Item description for Jump Starts for Catechists: Understanding the Bible by James Philipps...
Overview Jim Philipps loves the Bible and he welcomes this opportunity to invite catechists to more deeply ponder its meaning. He points out that the earliest Christians looked beyond the written words to discover how best to be disciples of Jesus Christ. It is in this tradition that he here invites all catechists to let the living Word touch their hearts and minds so they can discover how the Word of God (Jesus) transcends even the words of the Bible. Jim Philipps is a religion teacher and a freelance writer. He is author of TURNING POINTS: Unlocking the Treasures of the Church; UNDERSTANDING ST PAUL and UNLOCKING THE TREASURES OF THE BIBLE, all available from Twenty-Third Publications. The Jump Starts for Catechists series offers catechists quick, hands-on tips for their faith formation sessions. Each booklet provides practical and classroom-tested information, formation, and ideas that are valuable for beginning as well as experienced catechists. The books are written by some of Twenty-Third Publications' bestselling authors, including Gwen Costello, Sr. Mary Kathleen Glavich, Janaan Manternach, and the Colemans. Other books available in this series include Discipline Tips, Seasonal Activities, Key Teachings, Rites and Rituals, The Early Church, Stories that Teach, The Liturgical Year, Reflections on the Catechism, Understanding St. Paul, and The Prayer Journey.
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Studio: Twenty-Third Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.56" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.12" Weight: 0.13 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Twenty-Third Publications
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Jump Starts For Catechists
ISBN 1585956295 ISBN13 9781585956296
Availability 0 units.
More About James Philipps
Philipps is a religious teacher and a contributing writer to Religion Teacher's Journal, St. Anthony Messenger, and U.S. Catholic magazines. He has a Master's degree in Religious Studies from the Institute of Religious Studies at St. Joseph Seminary in Yonkers, New York.
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