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- Educational: Religious studies: Christianity
Explores the history and forms of "Christian" art and how these images can be used in the teaching of RE. The book is designed to be used by non-specialist RE or art teachers and includes a section providing practical schemes of work and classroom activities using specific images.
Do you remember what it felt like to be a tween - those awkward, uncomfortable yet exciting years from eight-to-twelve? The author wants to share some thoughts to help your tween daughter or granddaughter not only survive, but thrive during this important time in her life.
By Kay Arthur
Features a bible story of a young girl named Esther who God used to change the course of her nation. This book introduces children to the inductive method of studying God's Word for themselves as they witness His personal message, His purpose, and His promises unfold in their daily lives.
This series looks at the journey through life in the the six world religions. Each title focuses on the significant events of birth, coming of age, marriage and death, using contemporary case studies from around the world. Questions and activities are a starting point for discussion about key concepts in...
By Max Lucado
Want to change the world? Did you know You Were Made to Make a Difference? This adaptation of Outlive Your Life for teens offers practical tips youth can take out into their community to make a difference, plus real-life stories about those who have done just that.
Explores key concepts within Christianity, including: Harvest; Advent and Christmas; Easter; Pentecost; Church; Prayer; Worship; Eucharist; Preaching; the Bible; Spirituality; Faith; Hope, Love, Sin and forgiveness; Faith in action; Caring for the world; the Global family; Baptism; Marriage; and, Death.
Learn to identify, discuss, and construct arguments for and against, different beliefs and points of view Updated for the new GCSE specifications and written by leading author and Principal Examiner Sheila Butler Written by a Principal Examiner, experience teacher and Head of Religious Studies