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Introduce your junior highers to another dozen people from the Old and New Testaments! Jump into their biblical adventures and check out the character qualities they exemplify - real people who, in wild Bible stories, did really wild things for God: Shad, Shaq, & Abe, the Firemen (standing up for what you believe); Joe's Bros, the Sibling Sellers (responding when someone offends you); Hammerhead, the Nap-time Monitor (Jael-doing difficult things for God); Richie Rich, the Material boy (the rich young ruler); Roof Club, the Extra-Mile Friends; Andy and Sophie, the King and Queen of Lies; Bad Luck Boils (when life is unfair); and Weather Man (Jesus-His power in the middle of your problems).
Wild Bible characters . . . wild activities, games, discussion starters, and video ideas . . . wild truths for living. Put them all together, blend well, and youve got Wild Truth Bible Lessons 2--12 more dynamite lessons for junior high youth groups by Mark Oestreicher. Like its fun, creative predecessor, Wild Truth Bible Lessons, this book invites kids to discover the adventure of faith through the events and responses of real Bible people who did wild things for God. Based on another 12 personalities from the list of characters in Wild Truth Journal: 50 Life Lessons from the Scriptures, each lesson reaches back into history to help junior highers learn about Bible people and principles--and then reaches forward to challenge students to make better decisions, better friends, and better lives. 12 lessons.
Mark Oestreicher (Marko) is a veteran youth worker and former president of Youth Specialties. The author of dozens of books, including Youth Ministry 3.0 and Middle School Ministry, Marko is a sought after speaker, writer and consultant. Marko leads The Youth Cartel, providing a variety of resources, coaching and consultation to youth workers, churches and ministries. Marko lives in San Diego with his wife Jeannie and two teenage children, Liesl and Max. www.whyismarko.com.