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Series: Children's WordBooks
Perfect for use in Sunday school, Bible clubs, midweek programs, and even at home with a parent, this wordbook study on communion introduces children to the Lords Supper and its meaning.
The book illustrates the history of communion, how it is done, and why. It also explains when a child may go to communion: when their spiritual maturity has reached a point when the experience of communion can be fully appreciated. Activities include a maze, hidden bread and cup activity, coloring page, and secret message.
This wordbook, designed especially for kids in grades 25, complements the rest of the Childrens Wordbook series. They are great resources for parents and teachers who want to teach children the Christian doctrines of salvation, baptism, communion, giving, and the Church.
Nancy Anderson5 Stars Out Of 5Bible basedJuly 5, 2012Nancy AndersonQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This workbook for kids is wonderfully bible based rather than denomination based.
ValeriePortland, MaineAge: 55-65Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Not Universally UsableJuly 15, 2011ValeriePortland, MaineAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 1Although this book may be helpful to some, it was not useful for me. It contained specific information about communions that are not universally believed. For example, who can take communion and how communion is received. The general concepts are acceptable. There is too much attention paid to the washing of the feet and none about Christ's sacrifice, which is the whole point. I took this to be a simple difference between denominations. Some churches may find this acceptable. However, I can not use it in my Anglo-Catholic Sunday School. I did like the format of a workbook with questions and puzzles, but some of the answers were, from my perspective, inaccurate. Jesus died for our sins - a New Covenant. Yes, he loves us, but that's not the right answer to the quiz on page 19. I can't give that to my kids. The best thing this book did was make me realize that I have to create my own packet on Holy Communion for my kids that can be used in our denomination.
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