Showing 22 of 237 resources found for Beginning

Sort reviews by:

Rooted

Lucy Pearson, Scripture Union, 2018

What does it say on the tin?

Rooted is not a programme, it’s not something that you ‘do’ for ten weeks with a group of young people.

Rooted is a way of being, a way of thinking about long-term relational ministry with young people. Rooted works in any context, with any level of faith development and with any level of ability.

The Rooted […]

Rating:

4
Read more >

Trust

Kidamazoo Studios, 2003

What does it say on the tin?

Series Synopsis: In this series, we will break down how trust and faith work together; you can’t have one without the other. The kids will learn that you can’t be worrying and trusting at the same time, as well as to trust God in the good times and the bad times.

Close Up: Having confidence […]

Rating:

2.8
Read more >

Preschool

Gospel Light, David C Cook, 2017 with on-going publications

What does it say on the tin?

Gospel Light has designed a simple, three-step teaching plan that keeps kids 2 and 3 years old involved in lively activities, while they learn about God.

What do you get?

Via Disciplr subscription: Access to two years worth of curriculum for children aged 2 – 4 years old. Includes teacher preparation tips, activity and suggested running […]

Rating:

4.8
Read more >

Jesus 4U!

Various Authors, David C Cook, 2008

What does it say on the tin?

Jesus 4U! gives kids 40 minutes to 1 1/2 hour lessons of solid Bible teaching and serious discipleship on 12 Jesus stories without hours of teacher preparation. Titles include: Follow that Star!, Come, Follow Me!, The Wedding at Cana, Lessons on a Hillside, The Very Big Little Lunch, Storm Stopper, Good Sam, A Little […]

Rating:

4.8
Read more >

Apprentice: Come, Wait, Follow, Go

Chris Neal, Church Mission Society,

What does it say on the tin?

Apprentice is a daily discipleship resource for individuals and groups helping them to explore the life of Jesus more fully.

Day by day, week by week, you will explore four spiritual rhythms: Come, Wait, Follow and Go.

Focusing on the Gospel of Luke, readers go on a journey through Jesus’ life. Travel from Jesus’ birth to […]

Rating:

3.6
Read more >

A Strange Christmas

Krish Kandiah, CWR, 2018

What does it say on the tin?

Cover to Cover Advent. For small group or personal use.

What could be more familiar than Christmas? And yet… what could be stranger than God’s plan for salvation?

We spend a month or more preparing for it every year and it is celebrated to varying extents in almost every area of the globe. But have the […]

Rating:

3.8
Read more >

Life on Life

David C Cook, 2010

What does it say on the tin?

Life on Life curriculum offers discipleship for children ages 8-11 that brings life transformation to the whole child through three types of lessons: Spiritual Formation, Character Development, and Life Skills. The curriculum equips a teacher to see children grow in their faith, develop strong character qualities that will shape them as they grow, and […]

Rating:

4.4
Read more >

Proclaiming the Risen Lord

Peter Bolt, Matthias Media, 2006

What does it say on the tin?

Jesus is risen from the dead! The claim is at the heart of what Christians believe, and those who believe it would also stake their lives on the fact that it is true. But what reason and confidence do we have for telling others about it?

In this set of six studies, Peter Bolt invites […]

Rating:

3.6
Read more >

Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide – Who is The Christ?

Anne Calver, CWR, 2019

What does it say on the tin?

This Lent, explore six different aspects of Christ’s character, and see from a fresh perspective who He really is and the eternal impact that He left on the world.

These six Bible study sessions look at Jesus as the builder; the humble King; the harvester; the risen King and the commissioner who sends His people […]

Rating:

3.8
Read more >

Feast or Famine: How the Gospel challenges austerity

Simon Barrow plus others, DLT, 2017

What does it say on the tin?

Feast or Famine? Is a five-week Lent course for groups and individuals that considers the practical issues of economic austerity versus plenty in modern Britain and beyond. How can we understand the inequalities of today in light of core Gospel themes, and how can Christians respond?

The course has been produced in association with the […]

Rating:

3.8
Read more >