- not a bad addition to your (Kindle) library
- free mini guides for download (email registration needed)
A closer look at how kids learn important truths.
- Engage different age levels effectively
- Understand principles of child development
- Communicate in ways that kids understand
vault of tools, resources, and tips for a year of epic ministry
- Tips for updating and renovating your KidMin space
- Everything you need to write your own safety policy
- Where to get worship and teaching resources
- Allergen-free snacks, popular toys, and toys to avoid
- Recommended books, blogs, podcasts, and conferences
If you want to refresh your memory on what Jesus did for you, I repost these useful Holy Week timelines here.
by Kent Dobson (Editor), Ed Dobson (Foreword)
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"The NIV First-Century Study Bible was created to help you understand God’s Word in its original cultural context. It introduces you to an ancient world vastly different from your own, but rich in valuable life lessons. This Bible is designed with great tools to help answer your questions about life in Bible times. As you dive in, you’ll see how the ancient past holds applicable truths for life today.
Brandon O’Brien and E. Randolph Richards shed light on the ways Western readers often misunderstand the cultural dynamics of the Bible. They identify nine key areas where modern Westerners have significantly different assumptions about what is going on in a text than what the context actually suggests. Drawing on their own cross-cultural experience in global missions, the authors show how greater understanding of cultural differences in language, time, and social mores allow us to see the Bible in fresh and unexpected ways.
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by Bailey, Kenneth E.IVP Academic 2008
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Disaster Ministry Handbook Kindle Edition
by Jamie D. Atenand David M. Boan
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When disasters happen, people turn to local churches as centers for response and assistance. When floods or tornadoes devastate an area, or when shootings and violence shock a community, knowing what to do can be the difference between calm and chaos, courage and fear, life and death. But few churches plan in advance for what they should do— until the storm hits.
Don't get caught unprepared. If a natural disaster or human tragedy strikes your community, your church can minister to the hurting. Jamie Aten and David Boan, codirectors of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, provide a practical guide for disaster preparedness. Disaster ministry is a critically important work of the church, preparing for the unthinkable, providing relief to survivors, caring for the vulnerable and helping communities recover. Filled with resources for emergency planning and crisis management, this book provides best practices for local congregations. By taking action in advance, your church can help prevent harm and save lives during a disaster.
The time to plan is now. Be prepared.
For the Olive Tree Bible App
The New International Greek Testament Commentary Series, based on the UBS Greek New Testament, engages in deep exegetical and interpretational study of the New Testament on a verse-by-verse level, providing readers with detailed textual commentary and scholarly research. An enticing series for any reader of the Greek New Testament at any level of comprehension of the Greek language, this series opens up new doors for a Greek-minded study of the Bible.
Consideration of theological themes sits at the heart of this commentary series. Bringing in historical and contextual aspects of interpretation, readers will see the New Testament as those who first read it two thousand years ago and understand the theological purposes behind each sentence.
This series is a must for anyone looking for an accessible, respectable commentary on the Greek text.
- new and good volumes: Mark by R. T. France; 1Cor by Thiselton (Romans by Longenecker but not in this bundle; James by Davids is not bad) (note my previous comments on this platform's limitation)