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Friends With God Discover How To Read The Bible$9.99Add to cart
How Do I Read the Bible? The Bible is a big, big, BIG book. Kids might think it’s hard to read. Where do you start? How much should you read? What if you don’t understand it? How will you ever finish it? This hands-on book shows your kids what the Bible is all about-its thrilling stories, its jaw-dropping surprises, and why it’s all so important. Bible characters will show kids just how easy it can be to read and understand God’s Word. They’ll be expert Bible readers in no time!Here’s a sneak peek at the book’s introduction from Jesus… From “once upon a time” to “happily ever after,” you know a good story when you read one. The Bible is the ultimate true story. It tells us what God has done from the beginning of time, what’s going to happen at the end of the world, and some of the best stuff in between. But what are all these stories for? And why should you read them? I’m here to tell you! God created the Bible to help you discover how much God loves you and wants to be with you as your forever friend. All the stories, poems, prophecies, and letters in the Bible give you the answers to life’s questions and problems. So now you can grow closer to God no matter what you’re going through. That’s because I’m always with you. And the Bible can help you remember that. How should you read the Bible? With an open heart and an open mind to understand just how much God loves you. Because God really, really, really loves you, my friend. Your friend, Jesus
Starting Out In Childrens Ministry$12.99Add to cart
I’m going to be a brilliant children’s leader. God is lucky to have me!
Is this you? If so, this isn’t the book for you. But maybe you’re the opposite? You’re a bit nervous about getting involved with children, you’ve had no formal training and you’re not sure that God can use you to do anything much.
If so, this book will encourage you, give you some essential (and simple) skills, and thrill you with the joy and privilege of sharing the good news about Jesus with the next generation, whether you’ve been doing it for a long time or are just starting out.
If you are a children’s worker, why not suggest this book to your team of volunteers, many of whom may not have had any formal training?
Alison Mitchell is convinced that teaching young people about Jesus is the best job in the world. She has trained literally thousands of children’s workers over the past 30 years and is passionate about helping others to get as excited about children’s ministry as she is.
Work Of The Deacon And Deaconess (Revised)$16.99Add to cart
Just in time for its 50th anniversary! The second revised edition of this best-selling classic in Judson Press’s “Work of the Church” series features new and updated content, reflecting the evolving diversity of ministry in the diaconate.
Comprehensive manual covering traditional responsibilities of the deacon.
Awareness of the increasing diversification of ministries in the local church
Greater differentiation between the ministry of deacons (male and female) and that of deaconnesses, as reflected in congregations that maintain distinct boards
Additional ideas and strategies for tailoring the deacon’s work to the needs of a growing congregation and changing community.
Ideal Class Book$3.99Add to cart
It is important to keep accurate records, and this class book for 25-member classes helps with this task. This book enables one to record attendance for a full year with each student’s address, phone number, birthday, church relationship, and additional class sessions. Available individually or in packages of six.
What Every Sunday School Teacher Should Know (Reprinted)$10.00Add to cart
Great Sunday School Teachers Aren’t Born–They’re TaughtFew spiritual experiences are as satisfying as sharing God’s Word with children, youth, and adults. But if the pastor suddenly asks you to teach next Sunday–and you’ve never taught before–the prospect can be terrifying!Let Elmer Towns put your fears to rest! This down-to-earth, inspirational training book by one of America’s leading experts on teaching Sunday School consists of 24 “bite-sized” topics covering everything from motivation to gifting to teaching methods.This makes What Every Sunday School Teacher Should Know easy to follow and learner-friendly for both first-time and experienced teachers. Use it to inspire, educate, and change lives!