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 Amy Dolan currently leads development, and works as curriculum writer for the What's in the Bible? Curriculum Series. Based on the bestselling new series from VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer, What’s in the Bible? is a biblical literacy curriculum that brings the Bible and its stories to your church in a whole new way! The curriculum is flexible and fully customizable, and each series includes 4 discs:

  • Classroom DVD (4 weeks of Video & Bonus Features, including Sing-Along Worship Songs)
  • Video File DVD (For your Presentation Software or to Play From Your Computer)
  • Print Materials (PDFs and Customizable Word Documents)
  • Training DVD (For Volunteers and Families)

Download a full curriculum sample including print and video resources from DVD 1, Week 1 



 With over 12 years experience in creating custom curriculum, Lemon Lime Kids is pleased to provide unique lessons written specifically for your children's ministry context. We value Interactive, Experiential, God-Centered, Biblically Based, Volunteer Friendly, Age-Approproiate learning environments. We're available to create a 4-12 week series, an entire summer series, or map out a year-long intentional scope & sequence just right for your church. We specialize in:

  • Early Childhood Large Group & Small Group Curriculum
  • Preschool Stations & Workshops Curriculum
  • Elementary Large Group & Small Curriculum
  • Pre-Teen Discussion Based Curriculum



"Amy's vision for the What's in the Bible? Church Edition was inventive and truly has shaped our curriculum into a leading children's ministry tool. Her creativity in integrating new technology with relationship-building and Bible-oriented activities has been impressive. Her leadership and organization skills can't be beat, either! It has been a joy to work with Lemon Lime Kids."

  -Melanie Rainer, Creative Trust Media



For information on curriculum pricing & availability, and to arrange an initial {no cost} meeting--email:, or complete a contact form.