Item description for Quick Studies: James -- Revelation by Glen Keane...
Overview Would you like... *Real Bible study-that works with real teenagers? *Time-saving, easy-to-follow meeting plans? *Creative, practical study that gets kids involved during and after the meeting? *A break from topics that are long on discussion but short on Scriptural answers? *To get kids face-to-face with God's Word, so it can touch their hearts and minds directly? *To cover the Bible chapters you choose at the speed that fits your group? *Money-saving reproducible sheets-instead of student books? If your answer to any of those questions is yes, you're ready for Quick Studies! It's the six-volume series of youth resources that gives you a complete Bible study for every chapter of the New Testament. Dig into James - Revelation with this volume -more than 40 step-by-step studies! You get a reproducible handout for kids with each session-none of those boring, fill-in-the-blank student books to buy! Is your youth group or Sunday school class, high school or junior high, ready for Quick Studies? Have the whole set on your shelf so you'll be ready, too!
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Studio: Cooks Communications Ministries
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.99" Width: 8.51" Height: 0.58" Weight: 1.31 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2003
Publisher Cooks Communications Ministries
ISBN 0781400295 ISBN13 9780781400299
Availability 0 units.
More About Glen Keane
When Glen Keane isn't writing and illustrating Parables for kids, he is a directing animator for Walt Disney Pictures.
Reviews - What do customers think about Quick Studies: James -- Revelation?
Quick Studies: James - Revelation May 21, 2007
I have found this book to be very helpful. It is simplistic and during my lessons I try to elaborate or come up with more creative ways to make the class flow.
It does a good job at bringing out some important issues in each chapter of James - Revelation. But it is definitely a "quick" kind of guide. If you want more in-depth approaches I would recommend using something else.
Great book....part of a series Feb 17, 2003
Another great book in the Parables for Kids series. It is wonderful to help children see that in every instance, the Bible really does show us the way to go. This book helps children realize that to go the right way, they need to keep the right focus throughout life. And, that focus should always be on God and His Word, the Bible.
Stealth campaign Dec 1, 2002
There's nothing on the cover to indicate that this is anything but a fun, creative children's story with beguiling illustrations. But it soon takes a hard right turn into religious propaganda, very heavy handed and manipulative. Only for those who are trying to make their kids grow up fundamentalist. Whatever happened to stimulating youngster's imaginations and letting them think for themselves?
Adam Racoon and the Flying Machine Dec 14, 2000
Adam Racoon and the Flying Machine is a good adventerous book that relates to the lives of children. Sometimes it's hard for children to do what may be best in life. I think this book helps children have a better understanding about their relationships with jesus and the adults around them.
"Born-Again" indoctrination for the wee ones Oct 12, 1998
The little racoon (symbolizing your kid) flies a spaceship (his life) which must be run strictly according to the instruction manual (the Bible), as if all of life's questions have simple, clear-cut answers. In comes a bad old goat-professor (symbolizing the Greek ideal of earthly knowledge and dressed like Charles Darwin) to urge the kid to think for himself, which, in the author's view, means trouble. Any parent who inculcates their kid with these notions is guilty of child abuse, and the rest of us will have to defend our rights from him when he grows up and discovers that everyone is not just like his family. The illustrator, Glen Keane, is superb, and a really nice guy, but this book is strictly 700 Club.