Walk With Jay: Volume 1 DVD
A Children's Bible Teaching Course: Episodes 1 & 2
by 4six3; Sarah Robinson; Nick Willoughby;
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Walk With Jay: Volume 1
Full Product Description
Walk with Jay is a series of DVDs for children aged 7- 12. Over the series children can learn about having a two-way conversation with God, and how the Bible is relevant to them as well as adults. They are taught how to tackle issues that can come up in any child's life, like arguing, feeling lost and alone, and being left out of things. A recurring theme is what happens when we do something wrong, how that hurts God, others and ourselves, and how to try and put things right.
Episode 1: What Are You Afraid Of?
What are you afraid of? Who can help you? All the children are scared of something, but Jamie is frightened of being lost and on his own. Can Jay show him where he can find help? (Isaiah 41 and Psalm 23)
Episode 2: Left Out
Molly feels left out and wishes she was as important as the others. Selina and Holly think they are the most important? Can Jay show them they've all got a part to play? (1 Corinthians)
Each DVD includes:
2 episodes (approx. 6 mins each)
and then to go with each episode a video study (approx. 2 mins) and 4 related discussion questions.
Walk With Jay: Volume 1 by 4six3; Sarah Robinson; Nick Willoughby was published by Authentic in February 2013 and is our 13190th best seller. The ISBN for Walk With Jay: Volume 1 is 5060256820833.
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Details for Walk With Jay: Volume 1
|Author / Artist||4six3; Sarah Robinson; Nick Willoughby|
|Publisher||Authentic (February 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 7 years up to 12 years|
|Page last updated||2nd September 2015|