frequently asked questions


You can begin Trackers of Truth at any time (as in, it's not constrained to any rigid seasonal calendar). Holiday lessons are available digitally, and those can be interjected into the curriculum as they arise. Simply pause the lesson flow and pick back up on the other side of the holiday.


Trackers of Truth was written with K-6th grades in mind, but could be adapted down for preschoolers as well. In our testing of the curriculum, preschool students engage really well with the videos and characters.


There's a short (3-5 minute) video that accompanies each of the 40 core lessons (no video for the 12 supplemental holiday lessons that round out the year). The lessons don't depend on the video for the core teaching, but it's a really strong aspect of the design and context of the way the curriculum is framed.


Trackers is a three year curriculum. Our inaugural release was Old Testament. We'll release New Testament as our year-two curriculum for 2019-2020 and the core practices of the Christian life in 2020-2021.

Old Testament lessons are:


LESSON 1: In the Beginning . . . There Was Truth
LESSON 2: Adam, the Lost Tracker
LESSON 3: Noah, the Tracker Who Walked with God
LESSON 4: Abraham, the Covenant Tracker, Part 1
LESSON 5: Abraham, the Covenant Tracker, Part 2
LESSON 6: Abraham, the Covenant Tracker, Part 3
LESSON 7: Jacob, the Changed Tracker
LESSON 8: Leah, the Honored Tracker
LESSON 9: Joseph, the Forgiving Tracker
LESSON 10: Miriam, the Brave Tracker
LESSON 11: Moses, the Chosen Tracker, Part 1
LESSON 12: Moses, the Chosen Tracker, Part 2
LESSON 13: Moses, the Chosen Tracker, Part 3
LESSON 14: Moses, the Chosen Tracker, Part 4
LESSON 15: The Catch-Up Lesson


LESSON 16: Aaron and Hur, the Helpful Trackers
LESSON 17: Caleb, the Stand-Up Tracker
LESSON 18: Joshua, the Strong and Courageous Tracker, Part 1
LESSON 19: Joshua, the Strong and Courageous Tracker, Part 2
LESSON 20: Gideon, the Hall of Fame Tracker
LESSON 21: Ruth, the Loyal Tracker
LESSON 22: Hannah, the Persistent Tracker
LESSON 23: Samuel, the Tracker Who Listened
LESSON 24: David, the Tracker After God’s Own Heart, Part 1
LESSON 25: David, the Tracker After God’s Own Heart, Part 2
LESSON 26: Abigail, the Honoring Tracker
LESSON 27: Solomon, the Wise Tracker
LESSON 28: The Catch-Up Lesson


LESSON 29: Elijah, the Powerful Tracker, Part 1
LESSON 30: Elijah, the Powerful Tracker, Part 2
LESSON 31: Job, the Suffering Tracker
LESSON 32: Elisha, the Trusting Tracker
LESSON 33: Josiah, the Righteous Tracker
LESSON 34: Nehemiah, the Constructive Tracker
LESSON 35: Esther, the Bold Tracker
LESSON 36: Isaiah, the Willing Tracker
LESSON 37: Jeremiah, the Young Tracker
LESSON 38: Daniel, the Quality Tracker
LESSON 39: Jonah, the Second-Chance Tracker
LESSON 40: Malachi, the Final Prophet Tracker

Tentatively, the New Testament lesson list is as follows:


LESSON 1: Trackers Know Jesus: Jesus is the Promised One
LESSON 2: Trackers Believe: Zechariah and Elizabeth Fulfill Prophecy
LESSON 3: Trackers Hear the Voice of the Father: John Baptizes Jesus
LESSON 4: Trackers are Tested: Jesus is Tested in the Wilderness
LESSON 5: Trackers Follow Jesus: Jesus Calls the 12 Disciples
LESSON 6: Trackers Listen to the Teachings of Jesus: Jesus Gives the Sermon on the Mount
LESSON 7: Trackers Have Faith: Jesus Heals the Sick
LESSON 8: Trackers Are Forgiven: Jesus Talks to the Woman at the Well
LESSON 9: Trackers Are Sent: Jesus Sends out His Disciples
LESSON 10: Trackers Offer Themselves to God: Jesus Multiplies the Fish and the Loaves
LESSON 11: Trackers Endure the Storms of Life: Jesus Walks on Water
LESSON 12: Trackers Embrace the Holiness of God: Jesus On the Mount of Transfiguration
LESSON 13: Trackers Trust the Good Shepherd: Jesus is the Good Shepherd
LESSON 14: Trackers Are Found by the Good Shepherd: Jesus Looks for the Lost Sheep


LESSON 15: Trackers Are Welcomed Back: Jesus Tells the Parable of the Prodigal Son
LESSON 16: Trackers Are Compassionate: Jesus Tells the Parable of the Good Samaritan
LESSON 17: Trackers Are Friends of God: Jesus Visits Mary and Martha
LESSON 18: Trackers Rise Again: Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead
LESSON 19: Trackers Strive to See God: Jesus Visits Zacchaeus at Home
LESSON 20: Trackers See Salvation: Jesus’ Last Supper and the Crucifixion
LESSON 21: Trackers Witness Jesus’ Resurrection: Jesus’ Death, Resurrection
LESSON 22: Trackers Share the Good News of Jesus: The Ascension and Great Commission
LESSON 23: Trackers Receive the Holy Spirit: Pentecost Acts 2
LESSON 24: Trackers Have Fellowship with One Another: Acts 2 & 4
LESSON 25: Trackers Walk with God and Praise God: Peter and John Heal Crippled Man
LESSON 26: Trackers Sometimes Suffer: Stephen Becomes the First Martyr
LESSON 27: Trackers Are Changed: Paul Becomes a Believer


LESSON 28: Trackers Live on Mission: Paul Makes His Way to Rome - Acts
LESSON 29: Trackers Have Eternal Life in Jesus: Romans
LESSON 30: Trackers All Have Spiritual Gifts: Corinthians
LESSON 31: Trackers Have the Fruit of the Spirit: Galatians
LESSON 32: Trackers Put on the Armor of God: Ephesians and Colossians
LESSON 33: Trackers Are Humble: Philippians
LESSON 34: Trackers Live with the Future in Mind: 1 & 2 Thessalonians
LESSON 35: Trackers Have Faith, Hope, & Love: 1 & 2 Timothy & Titus
LESSON 36: Trackers Learn the Puzzle Pieces: Hebrews
LESSON 37: Trackers Show Their Faith Through Love: James
LESSON 38: Trackers Surrender All to Jesus: 1 & 2 Peter
LESSON 39: Trackers Walk in Light and Love: 1 John & Jude
LESSON 40: Trackers Look for Jesus to Return: Revelation 20-22


There are 40 core Old Testament lessons in year one. To complete a 52-week year, we’ve created optional holiday lessons that are available on the digital hub. These include:

  • Thanksgiving
  • Advent (four lessons)
  • Valentine’s Day
  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • Ash Wednesday/first Sunday of Lent
  • Palm Sunday
  • Easter
  • Mother’s Day
  • Father’s Day
  • Fourth of July

YES! The author actually used it herself as she homeschooled her own children. While the scripted lesson is written for a group, it’s easily modified for one-on-one environments. It has also been used successfully in homeschool group meetings.