Ready, Set, Go!: 35 Around-the-Town Adventures with God

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Standard Pub., Jan 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
Nothing like a change of scene to get your kids excited and involved! How about a muffler shop? Or an animal shelter? They are among the sites suggested for 35 off-site Bible lessons--complete with teaching ideas and learning activities--for elementary kids.

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You Are to Be Fishers of Men Focus God Looks at the Inside
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Mark Hale is Professor and Charles Reiss is Associate Professors of Linguistics at Concordia University, Montreal. Mark Hale is the author of Historical Linguistics: Theory and Method (Blackwell, 2007). His research interests include historical linguistics, especially the Oceanic and Indo-European
families, phonological and syntactic theory and language acquisition. Charles Reiss is interested in phonology and general linguistics, and the place of linguistics in cognitive science. He is the co-editor with Gillian Ramchand of The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Interfaces (OUP, 2007) and author,
with Daniela Isac, of I-Language: An Introduction to Linguistics as Cognitive Science (OUP, forthcoming 2008).

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