{Softcover} What God is Doing: Old Testament Object Lessons for Kids

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Are your children bored with bible lessons at home or at church?

Do they know and understand what the bible says?

Do they ENJOY learning about God’s Word?

Discover why the Old Testament is so important.

Many adults today don’t know how Old Testament biblical characters fit into the big picture. They don’t understand why God does what He does.

There is a generation of biblically illiterate people in our churches. Our children need to understand how God’s plan relates to them today!

The Old Testament depicts how God brought about His plan of salvation. God worked through imperfect people and used a nation as a channel to provide a way of forgiveness and salvation for all of mankind.

Children will not understand why Jesus is a big deal, until they understand that the events from the Garden of Eden were a big deal.

We want children to groan when reading time is over because they want to learn more!

Learning God’s Word should be EXCITING and MEMORABLE. It’s time to ENGAGE our

children using bible lessons that ENHANCE spiritual growth and EXPAND the Kingdom!

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3 reviews for {Softcover} What God is Doing: Old Testament Object Lessons for Kids

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    I love the set up of this curriculum and the fact that it is Biblically solid. First it tells what you need and what the purpose is. Then it gives an object lesson for the kids. This can include a game or activity or just showing an object that relates to the lesson. Lastly it pulls it all together with a strong Biblical lesson and Life application.
    I’ve also purchased the Walk This Way Book. Very pleased with both!!!!!!

  2. Stacy Lynn Lyons

    This is a wonderful and comprehensive resource for Children’s ministry and discipleship!!

  3. Oksana

    Love this book. Ann Marie has created object lessons for popular Old Testament stories. At first, I didn’t think that it would work for my kids, that was until I tried it. My kids are making connections and are telling others. Although my kids already know these stories, having something to see and hold has made a difference.

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