Fast-Forward to the Future: Daniel 7-12 (Google eBook)

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Harvest House Publishers, Mar 1, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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Bestselling author Kay Arthur and dynamic Bible teacher Janna Arndt offer an exciting finish to the series that began with "You're a Brave Man, Daniel!" (which covered Daniel 1-6). In "Fast-Forward to the Future, " Max, Molly, and the great detective beagle Sam help create TV shows based on Daniel 7-12. Kids discover scriptural principles as they draw storyboards, help actors with lines, create special effects, and work puzzles. They also explore: who has visions and dreams and what they mean who the four beasts are who the ten horns and the "little horn" represent why wars will occur why Christians don't have to worry about the future This fast-paced, hands-on study highlights great truths about God and reveals His awesome plan for the times to come. Perfect for Sunday school, Bible classes, homeschooling, and individual study.
  

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A Great Bible Study on Daniel

User Review  - jland812 - Christianbook.com

If you're looking for a Bible study to do with your child, I highly recommend this one on the book of Daniel. We're working through it right now and, though I've been through Beth Moore's Daniel more ... Read full review

Great Product!

User Review  - Ruth - Christianbook.com

We are a homeschooling family and are required to have a Bible curriculum. My kids love this series of Bible studies! They can, for the most part, do them alone which enhances their quiet time with the Lord. Good pricing also. Read full review

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Kay Arthur is a four-time Gold Medallion award-winning author and beloved international Bible teacher. Kay reaches more than 80 million people daily through radio and TV and countless more through the Internet as the featured teacher on Precepts for Life. She and her husband, Jack, founded Precept Ministries International in 1970. Today Precept teaches people in 150 countries and nearly 70 languages how to discover truth for themselves.

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