Item description for Box Office Bible Studies (Vol. 2) by Jim Eichenberger...
Overview These fifty lessons in a discussion format can be used easily in Sunday school classes, for in home bible studies, or in large group settings. Handy topic and Scripture indices help leaders find the perfect clips for their own messages. Suggestions for study series allow a teacher to use several of these lessons to explore a specific Bible book or topic over a perios of weeks.
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Studio: Standard Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.7" Width: 6.8" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jul 31, 2001
Publisher Standard Publishing Company
ISBN 0784712867 ISBN13 9780784712863
Availability 0 units.
More About Jim Eichenberger
HERBERT MONINGER wrote the original Training for Service in 1907, summarizing the content of his popular teacher-training seminars.
CECIL JAMES (C. J.) SHARP, minister and high school principal, revised Moninger s work in 1934.
ORRIN ROOT, a former editor at Standard Publishing, revised the book in the 1960s, reducing the original 40-lesson format to the current 26 sessions.
ELEANOR DANIEL, seminary professor and Christian education expert, revised the book in the 1980s.
JIM EICHENBERGER, a former schoolteacher and principal, and currently a writer and editor at Standard Publishing, authored this revision."
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A must have for any christian working in or with Hollywood Mar 23, 2002
As a Christian working and living in Hollywood it is hard to keep your eyes focused on the Lord. I have foud this book of bible studies to be a great tool for myself and to others you are trying to witness to. The books layout is great and it is a easy reader. The bible studies takes a clip from a boxoffice film and relates it to Christian life. This is a must have for any Christian who is just a movie buff or who works in Hollywood.