My Participate Journal Pb Paperback
Exploring What it Means to be a Christian Disciple
by Meg Prowting; Mike Seaton; Penny Fuller;
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My Participate Journal Pb
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My Participate Journal Pb by Meg Prowting; Mike Seaton; Penny Fuller was published by Barnabas in May 2012 and is our 31348th best seller. The ISBN for My Participate Journal Pb is 9781841018997.
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My Participate JournalMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
Designed to be used with the Participate! sessions on Discipleship & vocation for 9-14 year olds, this is an excellent little activity book with plenty of scope for real individuality to shine through. Though well guided throughout with lots of interactive and intelligent questions within, it neither condescends or over estimates the level of anyone using it - which given the age range it's designed for is quite important! To be fair it is perhaps more likely to be used with the younger end of the Participate! sessions age range but even the older age range would not be offended by the booklet.
The thing I loved most about it though is the colour wheel included in it and the explanation of how sometimes it can be hard to put into words what we feel, but how we can perhaps use colours to represent these hard to define things instead - an excellent, unusual and creatively intelligent inclusion that works on so many positive levels. Something I'm likely to use in many situations from here on out!
An excellent home companion to the Participate! sessions.
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Details for My Participate Journal Pb
|Page last updated||8th May 2012|
|Author / Artist||Meg Prowting; Mike Seaton; Penny Fuller|
|Publisher||Barnabas (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||48|