Table Talk 5: The Promise Keeper Paperback
Bible discovery for families
by Alison Mitchell;
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Table Talk 5: The Promise Keeper
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Table Talk is for families with children from 4 yrs and up to use for daily Bible times. Each day takes about five minutes, maybe at breakfast or after an evening meal. Choose whatever time suits you best as a family.
Table Talk links in with XTB Bible reading notes for children. (XTB stands for eXplore The Bible). The Bible passages are the same each day for Table Talk and XTB - so you can use the two books together, or on their own. Whichever suits you best.
Days 1-20 look at Mark
Days 21-34 make a start in Numbers chs 1-11, with a brief look back at exodus over days 23 & 24
Day 35 gives a chance to look quickly at 1 Thessalonians
Day 36-50 opens up the letter to the Ephesians
Back to Numbers chs 11-21 over days 51-61, touching on John's Gospel, relevant to Numbers
Days 62-65 looks at chs 31-34 of Deuteronomy
A series of puzzles and questions at the very end of the book offer a chance to look into other parts of the Bible not covered here.
Table Talk 5: The Promise Keeper by Alison Mitchell is published by Good Book Company and is our 18569th best seller. The ISBN for Table Talk 5: The Promise Keeper is 9781873166352.
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Details for Table Talk 5: The Promise Keeper
|Page last updated||24th October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Alison Mitchell|
|Publisher||Good Book Company|
|Recommended for Ages||from 4 years up to 12 years|
|Number of Pages||48|