The GAP User's Guide actively engages participants in the learning experience through interactive activities such as journaling, puzzles, word finds, intriguing questions, and much more. The GAP User's Guide encourages students not only to participate in the lesson through discussion during group time, but also to connect with the biblical truths on a personal level by completing activities in the workbook on their own time during the week. Each lesson is divided into three parts—Life Focus, Bible Focus, and Key Verse—which work together to connect the lesson points and objectives to real-life issues faced each day by those living in the GAP.
GAP curriculum bridges the “spiritual gap” for recent high school graduates, college students, and young professionals transitioning into new phases of life. By laying a strong biblical foundation, GAP prepares these young adults to stand up to the spiritual challenges they are likely to face in their new environments. GAP combines the topical and the scope and sequence approaches to curriculum, creating a unique Bible study experience that's perfect for a traditional Sunday school class or a weekly small group.