Our children are bombarded on a daily basis with competing messages. Every song, movie, book, TV show, blog, and game is full of ideas—ideas about truth, morality, beauty, identity, faith, and more. Not all of these ideas are true. Some are wrong, some are deceptive, and some are outright destructive. It is more important than ever that young children be equipped to discern among competing ideas and stand in the truth. This is why Apologia has teamed with Summit Ministries to bring you the "What We Believe" Series, a planned 4-volume series meant to teach your child the essential beliefs of the Christian faith. With this student-directed, Bible-based curriculum, your children will learn how to use Scripture as a lens through which to view the world around them—to see everything the way God sees it—and know the truth.
The first-of-its-kind family-inclusive study of biblical worldview introduces young people, ages 6-14, to the basic truths of the Christian faith.In volume one, students will meet our loving God who longs for us to know Him and spend time with Him. Through engaging stories andfun activities, they will come to know and trust God, building an unshakable faith that will last a lifetime.
With its emphasis on thoughtful notebooking assignments and Bible interaction, this multi-grade curriculum is easy touse for the whole family. Written to the student, each lesson is presented in a conversational style that makes the study of God's Word exciting and memorable for children of all ages.
This third book in the award-winning What We Believe series helps children understand what it means to be salt and light to the world (Matthew 5:13-14). This study will encourage kids to develop a Christlike servant attitude based on these biblical truths: God created me to be a blessing to the world; God chooses to work through me; I can make a difference at home, in my community, and at church; the church is God's family; the church is one body with many gifts; and I am an important member of Jesus' body.
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