Bibleclass101 exists to be bearers of God’s truth to the younger generation. We do this by teaching virtual Bible classes to middle and high school students. We take seriously the call to follow Jesus and make disciples. We believe it is important that every young person is trained to be biblically literate.
"Historically, biblical literacy has been the key to spiritual, emotional, and political freedom. It would be unjust to keep the key hidden from any generation." Natalie Puentes
Hello! My name is Natalie Puentes and I began Bibleclass101 as a solution to a problem. During the fall of 2020, I began to pursue virtual education companies, and was drawn to the idea of creating my own course. The problem that I kept encountering before signing a contract was that I had to agree to refrain from teaching about the Christian faith. I could teach about religions or about the historical stories in the Bible, I just couldn't teach it as the Truth. As a former history teacher, I considered creating courses that would avoid the topic. However, the more I thought about the problem, the more I wanted students to learn about God's Word, and that it is the Truth that will change their lives forever.
To make quality Bible classes accessible to students around the world.
and Ministry Experience
I have a BA in History from Colorado Christian University, and an MA in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College Graduate School. After graduating, I worked from 2010-2016 as a high school and middle school social studies and bible teacher. I taught middle and high school ACSI curriculum including Summit Ministries. For the past four years, I have worked as an online ESL teacher with students in China. I have taught over 1,000 students, and conducted over 5,150 online classes. While teaching students online, I have had the opportunity to be on staff with Bible Study Fellowship as a Substitute Teaching Leader and worked with a Christian medical ministry. These ministry opportunities gave me further experience in discipleship and biblical teaching.