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Teaching Kids About God

Author : John T. Trent
ISBN : 0842376798
Genre : Religion
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A practical resource for parents offers age-appropriate milestones for raising children to love and live in God from the toddler through the teen years, identifying specific techniques for establishing a sound spiritual base for young people. Original. $10,000 ad/promo.

Lord Teach Me To Pray For Kids

Author : Kay Arthur
ISBN : 9780736936132
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 45. 12 MB
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Kay Arthur's popular Discover 4 Yourself® Inductive Bible Studies for Kids continues in this exciting exploration of the power of prayer. As members in God's Special Forces, kids train to be communication experts. Using the illustration of "chain of command," Kay Arthur and Janna Arndt explain the concept of prayer. Fun puzzles, mazes, and codes help kids make contact with "home base," develop clear reception, and stay continually in touch with their Commander in Chief, their Father in heaven. The Lord's Prayer is the foundation of this special basic training, and it's not long before the trainees discover the awesome truth that God wants to talk to them as much as they want to talk to Him!

Teaching Kids Authentic Worship

Author : Kathleen Chapman
ISBN : 9781585581948
Genre : Religion
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Many children, as adoring fans, can rattle off all the stats and facts and details about their favorite singer or sports star. Wouldn't it be great if they knew that much about God and were as excited about him? In Teaching Kids Authentic Worship, Kathleen Chapman gives an eye-opening lesson on how worship can spark that kind of enthusiasm. She begins with what it means to truly worship-to focus on God alone. At its core, she says, worship is our recognition of the greatness of God. It is a kind of glue that will effectively lead children into a greater, more permanent love relationship with Jesus. With a contagious enthusiasm of her own, Chapman moves from the "what" of worship to the "how." She includes fifty-two worship moments that help children-and adults-focus exclusively on God and learn about him. These creative moments take the form of singing, hand movements, dance, crafts, games, writing, drama, and more. Teaching Kids Authentic Worship is a necessary resource for every Sunday school teacher, children's church leader, and parent who wants to guide children in making God their greatest hero and lifelong friend.

All God S Children

Author : Anne Neuberger
ISBN : 1585957976
Genre : Religion
File Size : 70. 51 MB
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These delightful stories give children unique insights into the way other children live in far-off places like India, Turkey, China, Ethiopia, and Iraq. Each introduces exotic places and wonderful customs and traditions, and also offers guidelines for "before reading the story," and questions, activities, and prayers for "after reading the story." Author Anne Neuberger takes storytelling to a whole new level.

Teaching Your Child About God

Author : Wesley Haystead
ISBN : 0830717846
Genre : Religion
File Size : 38. 24 MB
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Display H. Norman Wright's newest parenting book, Raising Kids to Love Jesus, alongside seven other classic Christian parenting books in your store. Using the biblical theme, "Train Up a Child in the Way He Should Go", this end cap is sure to tap into parents' desire to take a proactive role in raising their children.

Big Truths For Little Kids

Author : Susan Hunt
ISBN : 1581341067
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 90. 31 MB
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Offers lessons to help parents teach their children the basic truths of the Christian faith

Everyday Truth

Author : Lori Fairchild
ISBN : 1501042033
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Parents often struggle to teach their children about God, but parents don't need to be theological scholars to point their children to God. They simply need to take advantage of the everyday moments. Everyday Truth teaches parents how to understand important Biblical truths and how to teach those truths to their kids in the simple, everyday moments of life.

Sehnsucht Nach Gott

Author : John Piper
ISBN : 3935188293
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Teaching Children Bible Basics

Author : Barbara Bruce
ISBN : 9780687024650
Genre : Religion
File Size : 28. 55 MB
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Teaching Children Bible Basics is a book of 34 Old and New Testament lessons that helps children ages 8-10 learn how to use the Bible. The lessons and activities are designed to teach children how the Bible came to be, how to use this important book, about the Torah, and about the important stories of the Hebrew and Christian Testaments. Key Features: Features 16 Old Testament and 20 New Testament lessons; Provides 30- to 45-minute experiential lessons that teach children how to use the Bible; Each lesson accommodates the needs of various learning styles; Each lesson highlights a specific desired result (for example, students will discover and retell the creation story day by day); Each lesson includes a lesson focus, a Scripture text, a section listing materials needed, various learning activities, discussion questions related to the Bible topics being "discovered," and a closing prayer. Key Benefits: Teachers will be enabled to teach children aged 8-10 basic Bible skills through interactive Bible lessons that stimulate creativity and critical thinking; Teachers will find practical help and guidance in how children can gain a working knowledge of the structure of the Bible, the organization of the books of the Bible, and the significance of the Bible to Christians; Can be used with any Bible translation.

Teaching The Faith

Author : Donna Habenicht
ISBN : 0828018197
Genre : Children
File Size : 88. 65 MB
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