Traditionally, the Bible curriculum in many K-12 Christian schools is based on memory work. If students can correctly reproduce a passage of Scripture, then they are somehow considered to be "educated." The authors of this paper suggest that a Bible curriculum should be shifted away from this traditional approach and towards an approach that is based in constructivist philosophy. Such a shift is necessary if the goal is to move students toward a mature and thoughtful Christian life. After establishing the need for this shift and describing what the shift would entail, the authors offer brief vignettes of classrooms where the constructivist approach is being used. These vignettes should provide readers with ideas for application of the constructivist approach.