Consider writing Sunday School lessons for a pastor in another country. You could write it up, have a pastor critique it, rewrite it, and send it in whatever format the pastor in that country can accept. Make sure they can edit it so it can be translated into their culture and language.
It is becoming more and more normal for churches to write their own adult Sunday school lessons. You may serve at one of these churches—you may even be the one writing them. If so, you have probably noticed that while there is no shortage of Sunday school lessons available, there is, by comparison, very little material made to help people write their own lessons.
Let’s change that. In this post, I am going to lay out a step-by-step guide to writing your own Sunday school lessons for adults. You could apply much of this process to writing lessons for youth and children too. READ MORE