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Honesty is the 2nd study in the Bethesda Series of bible studies for people affected by disability. The study explores how Jesus's compassion (the focus of unit 1, Compassion), is balanced by his commitment to honesty. His forthrightness shows us how to walk in the light in all of our relationships. Features:
- Guided interactive approach enables all students—both those affected by disability and typical peers—to discover key teachings of the lesson for themselves.
- Study can be used one-on-one, or with a small group.
- Group reading is made easy because Bible passages are included and color-coded.
- Reminder sheets and drawings are included to help students remember what they have learned
|Format: Spiral Bound|
Number of Pages: 40
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.70 X 0.38 (inches)|
Entering the Compassion of Jesus: The Love Course, Book 1 with Free Audio DownloadPaul E. MillerseeJesus / 2011 / Other$8.99 Retail:
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A Praying Life Study: seeJesus Ministries Seminar (Participant's Manual)Paul E. MillerseeJesus / 2005 / Other$5.99 Retail:
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Grace Through the Eyes of Jesus: An Interactive Bible Study on Luke (Participant's Manual)Paul E. MillerseeJesus / 2014 / Spiral Bound$10.99 Retail:
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Rhythms of Grace: Year 1 A Worship and Faith Formation for Children with Special NeedsAudrey Scanlan, Linda SnyderMorehouse Education Resources / 2010 / Trade Paperback$24.99 Retail:
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"The Word of God should be - must be - accessible to all, and people with intellectual disabilities, young and old, are no exception. This is why I'm so excited that my friend Jill Miller has developed a robust Bible curriculum that engages the student in real Bible study. Jill and her team have gone to great pains to ensure that this curriculum is interactive and appealing to students, and I highly applaud her efforts. The Bethesda Series is a ‘must’ for every church that desires to make Christ’s Gospel accessible to all, and the best place to start is Unit 1, Compassion. Thank you, Jill, for a job well done!"
- Joni Eareckson Tada, Joni and Friends International Disability Center
About the Bethesda Series▼▲
Welcome to Bethesda!
By Jill Miller
When I am around people that others see as "dis-abled," I see "abled." One of those abilities is relentless faith. Kim is the fourth of our six kids. She was able to keep up in Sunday School up to first grade, and then, because of her multiple challenges, she got frustrated with all the scissors and interaction with the other kids and teachers.
I believe all of us can learn. We are made in the image of God, and God is limitless. I don't believe in ceilings where people stop learning. With this in mind, I looked at curriculum for Kim and her friends. The material I reviewed looked too simple. Good teachers expose students to concepts that they may never understand. I remember being taught trigonometry and thinking, "What in the world is this man trying to teach me!" But that didn't stop him from exposing me to the information and giving me an opportunity to "grab" what I could. This is what I have tried to do with the Bethesda Series.
Every week my friends in the class teach me. I learn from them! I need their faith and warm honesty. My hope is that the beauty of Jesus will be seen through "the least of these!"
Jill A. Miller