Are you looking for a curriculum that teaches children who Jesus is? Do you desire for our youth of today to be drawn into an intimate, personal relationship with Jesus Christ? The Good News Reporter is a five lesson series teaching Names of Jesus, and helping the youth of today discover the Invisible God with us.
The Good News Reporter, based on the story of the Immanuel Quilt, will have children learning of more than thirty Names of Jesus while focusing on five key Names; Word of God, Creator, Immanuel, Savior, and Dwelling Place. With these five key Names, The Good News Reporter lays out the foundation of the Gospel message of Christ.
Through Bible Story lessons, and the telling story of the Immanuel Quilt, children will come to know Jesus better, learn the ways God speaks, and understand the trinity of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. Discussion questions, skits, worksheets, and lesson themed crafts, games, songs, and snacks, makes this a meaty, colorful interactive series that stirs children into seeking the Invisible God.
The curriculum designed for children 4-12 can be used by churches for Sunday School teachings Vacation Bible School, or it could be used to teach youth about Jesus at camps or in home school settings.
Purchase of this curriculum includes a copy of the Immanuel Quilt book, a poster of the quilt, and pdf downloadable Names of Jesus Bingo game.
A percentage of the sale will be donated to the Boaz Project, a non-profit humanitarian organization helping orphans across the globe.
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