I have been attending a Lutheran church since I was five and in the whole time I've been going, Bible School has always focused primarily on Bible stories. This is all well and good, but I remember when I started middle school, and then high school. I could not answer a single difficult question posed to me by my friends. I was frequently embarrassed and my own faith started to falter as I struggled to find answers.
Recently I came across some writings and podcasts by Prof. William Lane Craig, whom I have taken as my personal Obi-Wan Kenobi. It was in one of those podcasts that he recommended fusing apologetics with Sunday School to give our children a head start on a true Christian worldview with an understanding that extended beyond Noah and the ark. I am 24 years old, so I'm technically eligible for the voters guild. I'm just not sure how to go about presenting this sort of idea to my pastor.
How difficult would this be to carry out? What resources would we need? Would I be an acceptable teacher? I've read just about every reputable book on the subject out there, and am just beginning a semester of courses towards a certification. Not to say that I am on the level of teacher in the least, but I do believe I could teach middle schoolers some of the basics (finely tuned universe, argument from evil, etc...) and how to answer some basic questions when asked.