The Materials for Bible Truths 4
A chronological and thematic study about God’s people from Creation to Revelation. Your student will learn about the Christian’s journey toward Christ-likeness by studying what God is like and how those who know Him should respond. The student worktext contains colorful, fun, and practical written activities that reinforce understanding and apply biblical truth to your student’s life.
Provides a Christian worldview of several themes from Genesis to Revelation. Each of the ten units will help the student to grasp different aspects of the theme and consciously apply them to his life for God’s glory through the study of Bible accounts, application stories, memory verses, songs, and background information. Many helps are provided for the teacher to guide the student to succeed academically and acquire a biblically based worldview. For example, a section of suggested activities to help children in Bible memory. The included Teacher’s Toolkit CD contains activity pages, mid-unit reviews, unit reviews, Bible Truths for Christian Growth, all hymns and songs, bulletin board ideas, the Student Materials packet, and the Teacher’s Visual packet.
Uses many different types of questions to access the student's knowledge of the material covered in the Student Worktext. One test is included for each of the 10 units.
Includes copies of the tests with answer overprints so that teachers can accurately access how well a student understands the information taught in the lessons.
These large (12” X 18”) InfoScenes provide illustrated biblical scenes and background information. Helpful maps of lands mentioned in the Bible enable students to put events in perspective. The TimeLine of biblical events and people help students understand the chronology of God’s work.
Children singing hymns to correspond with Bible Truths 4.
Milly Howard’s Captive Treasure is historical fiction set in the mid-1850s. Traveling west across America with her family, Carrie Talbot enjoys all the excitement of the trail. But when a Cheyenne raiding party attacks the wagon train, Carrie is taken away to the Indians’ riverside camp, far from everyone she loves. In this Christian fiction book Carrie has only the family Bible and her faith in God to guide her through her struggles as she learns how to live with new people and understand a different language. Christian fiction. Captive Treasure is used as a companion novel to Bible Truths 4.
With Daring Faith by Rebecca Davis is the biography of Christian missionary Amy Carmichael. This biography begins in Ireland when Amy’s mother tells her young daughter that God gave her brown eyes for a reason. Later, Amy was a Christian missionary first Japan and then in India. The Hindu women had many questions for Amy, but they had little interest in her God. Amy would find her place of ministry caring for the thousands of Hindu children, children whose eyes were as brown as the eyes Amy had once wished were blue. This biography is the first children’s book to cover the entire life of Amy Carmichael. With Daring Faith is used as a companion novel to Bible Truths 4.