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Andy's English Valet - Lesson: The Secret Service - Ephesians 6:7 - Andy Taylor tries to be a gentleman to a gentleman's gentleman allowing Malcolm the valet to work off a dept he can't repay. However, It's Andy who serves a higher purpose when he make Malcolm feel at home by accepting help he doesn't want. Finally this master sees that the only thing better than being served is being of service.
Class reunion - Lesson: A Peace of the Past - Psalm 85:8 - Andy and Barney make peace with the passed girlfriends, that is when they look up the old gang to check on their old flames. But it's an awkward date, when Barney finds that true love can be truer for others and Andy learns that some people just can't come home again. As the past gives way to the present, our boys look for a peace filled future.
Dogs, Dogs, Dogs - Lesson: Begging for Mercy - Matthew 5:7 - A pack of lost pups hunts for refuge with Andy and nearly turns the courthouse into a doghouse. Then Barney chases the dogs out - only to fetch them right back when his conscience attacks. As the pack turns the jail into the pound, Opie reminds them that neither man nor dog should have to beg for mercy.
The Darlings are Coming - Lesson: Crime and Commitment Proverbs 16:3 - When a hillbilly family comes to pick a friend up, Andy has to lay the law down. As Mr. Darling stands by a betrothal promise, his daughter Charlene falls hard for the Sheriff, and Andy works overtime to sty true to his duties as Peace Officer. When each one tries to win, it's an amazing display of uncommon commitment.
The study guide contain plenty of space to write answers down.
Vendor: Primetime Parables
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 11.5 X 8.5 (inches)|
atb9584Nashville, TNAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5An excellent productAugust 10, 2012atb9584Nashville, TNAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This is an excellent product. I hope to use it in a church bible study.
Jana Milar5 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2009Jana MilarThis is a fun and interesting approach to Bible study. Easy to teach and pretty much for all age groups.
Mary Lacy3 Stars Out Of 5March 31, 2008Mary LacyWe just started this study last night with our very "collectict" study group. We had heard about this study from a few people but were still a little "hesitant". It went over so well with this group!! The 1st study is on service and was so very practical for the participants...we all serve in some capacity and we discussed how we "accept" the service of others in a gracious manner...some do a better job of allowing others to serve us than others.
Robert Forest1 Stars Out Of 5January 19, 2007Robert ForestThis is a cheesy copy of the original "Back to Mayberry" concept. Buy the original by the author, Fann, and bypass this pathetic offering.