The Gospel Defines Our Identity

Wesleyan Publishing House, in partnership with David C. Cook, is excited to present Wonder Ink, a new children's ministry curriculum.

Wonder Ink sparks curiosity and guides children on a journey of faith through the wonder of God, helping kids fall so in love with Jesus that they never want to spend a day without Him.

What is Wonder Ink?

Wonder Ink is a customizable digital curriculum and toolkit for creatively engaging kids and families in God’s Word—connecting the classroom on Sunday to their homes during the week. Created by ministry practitioners and discipleship thought leaders, Wonder Ink Bible curriculum for kids is a trusted solution for your children’s church or Sunday school program. It helps the local church inspire children in faith, walk alongside parents at home, and equip volunteers in ministry.

The 3-year, 52-week scope and sequence makes room for the big (and sometimes hard) questions kids have while leaving no doubt about who God is and who they are in Him. Lessons are grouped into series of 4-8 weeks and includes dedicated series for both Christmas and Easter. Plus, 4 family ministry events are included each year!

What comes with Wonder Ink?

  • Discipleship Plan
  • Ready-to-Go Lessons
  • Digital Customization
  • Collaborative, Community-Building Toolkit
  • Volunteer Development
  • Family Engagement
  • Holidays and Events


Wonder Ink curriculum for kids is a trusted, biblical, and fun solution for your children’s church, weeknight, or Sunday school program.

Simple, singular pricing is available for either Early Childhood (Ages 3–5 with a bonus Toddler Time track), Elementary (Kindergarten through Grade 5), or Full subscriptions.

  • No additional license or media fees
  • Annual subscription gives you and your church full access to the digital platform and its full suite of tools and media
  • Preview what series you will get with your annual subscription at
Shop Now!* Scope and Sequence

*By purchasing the curriculum through our exclusive link, the ministries of Church Multiplication and Discipleship division of The Wesleyan Church will receive a portion of the revenue.