A People on the Move: Moses, Miriam, Aaron, and the Exodus of the Hebrew People

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Wood Lake Publishing Inc., 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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For ages 4-8. Illustrates God's creation of a new covenant with the Hebrew people. The story of the escape from Egypt is filled with events that we can link to our own experiences today. It is the central salvation story for the Jewish people, and is also a key story for Christians. This all-ages learning resource includes lots of hands-on learning activities, craft ideas, and a Wilderness Wanderings board game that takes players on a journey with the Hebrew people through the desert wilderness to the Promised Land. Along the way participants learn the Ten Commandments. (Module contains 2 copies of board game -- all the game pieces included). 'A People on the Move' includes everything you need to plan your programme: instructions for creating a simple Time Machine; guide to setting up a computer activity centre; reproducible activity sheets for participants; outlines for vacation Bible School, adult Bible Study, or camp.
 

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Contents

YouthAdult
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Contents
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Older Children ages 811
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Session 3
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Session 1
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Freedom and Thanksgiving 29
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Appendix 41
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Appendix 43
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Marilyn Perry is an outstanding and respected Christian educator, well-known for her innovative teaching techniques with both children and adults. One of the originators of The Whole People of God church school curriculum, she was also, for more than ten years, its coordinating editor. Besides her curriculum work, Marilyn has authored five children's books. She holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from St. Stephen's College in Edmonton. Currently, Marilyn is Minister of Christian Education at First United Church in Kelowna, British Columbia.

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