This is a little book (booklet) that church leaders and Christians in general should read often or at least periodically.The church, and especially Christian education’s assignment is to disciple people with the truth of sound doctrine. That has never been truer than this present time.
This materialis compiled fromthe largest study to date on the American teenager from 13-17 years of age.They have much to say especially about money, sex, and family relationships. Teenagers share four things: a personal story about God, a deep connection to a community of faith, a sense of purpose, and a sense of hope about the future.
By Dr. Michael Woodham. Humanly speaking, there simply does not seem to be an answer to the persistent problems of finding a politically based peace plan. So, is there really no hope for peace in Israel and the Middle East?
Why is everyone in children’s ministry so energized by this book? There are hundreds of children’s story Bibles. Read and see what makes this one special.
This book is a tool giving the oversight of teaching the essence of church membership back to parents.
Print or download the handouts that go along with What Did I Say? (When I Joined the Church).