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God's Word gives life.That's the key.

Timeless truth is for confirmation, and beyond.

Timeless Truth isn't just about confirmation, it's about giving your students a solid faith foundation for life.

This free guide provides the essentials for teaching the faith—laying the groundwork for the new Confirmation Instruction Series, coming this Summer.

Featuring current educational research, best practices, and the things he wish he would have known in the parish, Pete Jurchen uncovers why confirming the faith matters so much—and offers strategies for designing lessons around the big ideas of the faith.

Whether you've taught for years or you're brand new to the experience, you can make a connection. This practical approach gives you the tools you need to help students and their parents embrace confirmation as part of their lifelong identity as children of God. 

Discover Timeless Truth for yourself.

Fill out the form to get your free ebook and to receive updates about the new Confirmation Instruction Series. 

New Confirmation Instruction Series

Fully adaptable for the unique needs of your congregation
with courses for a 1- to 4-year program.

Release Schedule

Summer 2018

60 Lesson Catechism Study

Provides an extensive two-year study of Luther's Small Catechism with Explanation, 2017 edition.

30 Lesson Catechism Study

Offers a thorough one-year study of Luther's Small Catechism with Explanation, 2017 edition.

Summer 2019

30 Lesson Bible Overview

Provides a foundation for students less familiar with the Bible, or strengthens students' existing biblical knowledge. 

30 Lesson Apologetics Course

Helps students speak confidently about their beliefs when confronted with diverse viewpoints.

About the author 

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Pete Jurchen

Pete Jurchen is an editor of curriculum resources at
Concordia Publishing House. In addition to his MDiv,
he has an MS Ed in curriculum leadership and enjoys
the pursuit of lifelong learning. He is honored to
serve the congregations of the LCMS by equipping
and partnering with its households in engaging their
God-given vocations. He lives in Imperial, MO, with his
wife, Deb, and their four children.