The Life of Apostle Paul - PowerPoint [Download]
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Perfect for Bible studies, Sunday school classes, the PowerPoint Life of the Apostle Paul has more than 100 slides to use as teaching aids: maps of each journey, time line, photos of Corinth, Philippi and more. Also essential for teaching the Book of Acts.
- Time line of all the key events in Paul’s life—persecution of Christians, conversion to Christianity, call to be a missionary, all missionary journeys, and more
- Maps of each of Paul’s journeys
- Beautiful photographs of dozens of places visited by Paul
- Paul’s writings—books of the Bible written by Paul, date, location, theme, and key verses
- Paul’s key teachings—salvation by grace, Christ and the Church, Armor of God, Fruit of the Spirit, and much more
|Format: ZIP Document|
Vendor: Rose Publishing
|Publication Date: 2002|
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