The Gingerbread Nativity Paperback
A four-week exploration of Advent
by Renita Boyle;
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The Gingerbread Nativity
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The perfect recipe for a memorable and tasty exploration of Advent and Christmas!
The Gingerbread Nativity uses the popular tradition of making and decorating gingerbread houses and biscuits to explore the themes of Advent and the story of the first Christmas. It includes instructions, diagrammatic illustrations, recipes and top tips for making, baking and decorating, as well as fake or no bake and allergy-free alternatives. It also includes Advent reflection and discussion starters for each session; 25 'taste-a-day' family activities; ideas for a gingerbread themed family service and 'choose and use' ideas for adapting the material for use in other settings.
The Gingerbread Nativity is ideal for Sunday schools and midweek clubs, but whether you choose to use it in four weekly sessions, as a half day workshop or in Messy Church, with small groups or large, single age or all age, at home or as part of a community fete, the material is sure to inspire Advent fun for everyone.
The Gingerbread Nativity by Renita Boyle was published by Barnabas in September 2013 and is our 15593rd best seller. The ISBN for The Gingerbread Nativity is 9780857461612.
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From the Book's Foreword
This book has all the right ingredients - recipes, techniques, stories, suggestions, templates - but one thing is missing: the wonderful, comforting, nostalgic aroma of freshly baked spicy gingerbread! Bring on the scratch and sniff page! More seriously, I recommend this book to children's and family workers, all-age ministry leaders, Messy Church teams, individuals and the whole family. Because we all have a challenge...
This book is a great tool to use in this way. Imagine this book to be the bakery shop window. Who will you invite to look in with you? Who needs to know what else is inside? The birth of Jesus is so important, and yet can we assume that all ages are looking in the window of discovery? Unfortunately they are not. They are just walking on by. We need to lead them and start them on this journey of discovery. Indeed, one of the core values of Messy Church is creativity, and all ages are responding to the invitation and coming back for more. - Jane Leadbetter (author of Messy Nativity (BRF, 2012) and runs L19: Messy Church and L19: Who Let The Dads Out?)
Examples of nativity scenes made using the templates in The Gingerbread Nativity can be seen at: www.brfonline.org.uk/9780857461612/
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Details for The Gingerbread Nativity
|Author / Artist||Renita Boyle|
|Publisher||Barnabas (September 2013)|
|Number of Pages||96|
|Page last updated||9th September 2016|