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Bible Doctrine for Older Children
Two books. Book A: Chapters 1-10. Book B: Chapters 11-20. Ages 11 & up. A total of 150 stories to help explain the doctrinal concepts.
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Bible Quest -- God's People, God's Land
A course designed with Jr. and Sr. High students in mind! This daily Bible study uses questions to help each student understand 1) what the Bible says, 2) what it means, and 3) how to apply it to his/her life. Questions are designed to help the student think, evaluate, understand, and apply what God is communicating through His Word. Notes are provided with each lesson to give deeper understanding and to communicate solid Biblical truths and principles.
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Developing Godly Character in Children
Beverly Caruso
This book provides parents and others who work with children a guide for building Godly character in young lives. The elements of study are 98 character qualities, definitions and key verses, scripture passages for meditation, Bible facts, hymns and choruses and project ideas. There are practical tips for planning unit studies and setting goals for your family and for the individual child.
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Discovering Our Amazing God
Jan Harris
This exciting new Junior High Bible Curriculum deliberately focuses on some of the less familiar stories and events in the Bible to give Junior High students a new appreciation of our loving God. Drawings, cartoons, and suggested activities intermingled with inductive Bible study will interest students. There is also a mission emphasis introducing your students to unreached people groups.
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Girl Talk
Sandra Byrd
Girl Talk addresses what’s on girls’ minds – faith, family, school, friends, and more. Author Sandra Byrd understands the issues facing today’s girls and, taking answers straight from the Bible, offers sound, godly advice. From self-evaluation quizzes and action points propel readers toward and interactive relationship with God.
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God's Plan...My Response
Laurie Donahue
Have you ever wondered? Who is God? Does God have a plan for me? What is baptism and should I be baptized? Will a relationship with Jesus change my life? Can I risk change? Am I happy with my life? This book will answer your questions and more.
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Guide to Old Testament History
Rob & Cyndy Shearer
This book outlines a reading program which will take you through the history of Israel by reading through the historical books from Genesis to Nehemiah chronologically. Old Testament history is divided into 196 Bible readings (approximately 1 chapter each). For each reading there are a series of questions to help focus on the significant details. There are also a number of background notes and some suggestions for further study. This is intended as a first history course for the early elementary grades (though many parents are using it with high school students).
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How Do We Know the Bible is True? Reasons a Kid Can Believe It
Lynn Waller
This book is divided into 4 sections--Science in the Bible, Fulfilled Prophecy, Proof from Archaeology, and More Good Reasons-each with several short articles. A good book to share with adults who have this question.
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Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret
Howard Taylor
A spiritual biography of the ''father of modern missions,'' Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret poses the question: What empowered Hudson Taylor's ministry in China? The answer: a fierce faith that believed God truly would fulfill the promises in His Word. Written by the missionary statesman's son and daughter-in-law, this book is intended for Christians who ''need and long for just the inward joy and power that Hudson Taylor found.'' Hudson Taylor's secret, it turns out, is available to any who call on Christ's name.
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Let's Explore Inside the Bible
Fiona Walton
An Activity, Information, and Story Book. They've chosen a few great Bible stories, added information about the life and times involved, and then put in lots of wonderful activities--art, cooking, growing, science experiments, puzzles, games, gifts, outreach activities and more! Ages 6-13. 64 pages.
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