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Resources for Children and Families (5/6)

Posted by Sam on March 28, 2013

Resources for Children and Families

Books for Infants

Infants.  Early elementary.  Key stage 1.  Primary 2 and 3.  However you label them (if at all), get them into good Christian books.  Read to them, read with them, hear them read to you.  Don't know where to start?  Look through the recommendations below: 

Recommended Books for Infants

[Part 5 of a 6 post series - see previous posts here:

Part 1 - Story Bibles // Part 2 - Books for Parents // Part 3 - Books for 'Bible Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on March 24, 2013

Jesus was travelling to Jerusalem.  There he would be killed on a cross and three days later be raised to life again.  On the way he passed through Jericho and stopped to meet a man named Zacchaeus.  That meeting changed Zacchaeus' life forever.

Find out what happened in the Take Home Sheets below:

Preschool

Year 1-3

Year 4-6

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Resources for Children and Families (4/6)

Posted by Sam on March 21, 2013

Resources for Children and Families

Books for Preschoolers

Sitting in the lap of a beloved adult whilst they read to you is a precious experience for any little one.  If the book they hear points them to the God who loves them then so much the better. 

Many, many, books are available for this age range (under 5s).  Find some recommendations below:

Recommended Books for Preschoolers   

[Part 4 of a 6 post series - see previous posts here:

Part 1 - Story Bibles // Part 2 - Continue reading…

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: OVERVIEW OF MARK'S GOSPEL. Part 1 of 3

Posted by Will on March 18, 2013

Charlie Skrine introduces us to Mark's Gospel with an overview. Part 1 of 3 (subsequent parts will follow in future months).

This video is based on our Mark Leaders Training weekend, you can find full audio of the weekend at our media library.

Part 1, Part 2 and 3,

St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible handling, Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on March 17, 2013

Who can be saved?  A lot of people might say this: 'good people'.  Be good and God will like you.  Be good and God will let you into heaven.  Other people might have a different answer: 'clever people'.  If you are clever then God will let you into heaven.  If you are clever and know all the right answers to questions about the Bible, then you will be saved.  But, according to Luke, neither answer is correct.   

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