Mixing It Up With Harry Potter Paperback
12 sessions on faith for 9-13s
by Owen Smith;
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Mixing It Up With Harry Potter
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Mixing it up with Harry Potter will help young people to delight in their faith and encourage them to see that a relationship with God is even more enchanting than a visit to Hogwarts!
Each session is divided into five parts and includes photocopiable material
Mixing It Up With Harry Potter by Owen Smith was published by Church House in July 2007 and is our 16967th best seller. The ISBN for Mixing It Up With Harry Potter is 9780715141069.
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Mixing it up With... Harry PotterMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This title dealing with Harry Potter is an essential tool for any youth/children’s work team because regardless of where your church stands or what your personal belief on the subject is, Harry Potter is a core character to our youth. The resource suggests using film clips, but it would be possible to use it without. Each study focuses on a larger morality issue as dealt with in the Potterverse and the key bible passage that it pertains to, and it does it well. The comparisons are spot on, the discussions great. This is a great resource.
This is part of an excellent series of Resources for the 9-13 age range, aimed particularly at the peripherally churched, it is great stuff. Each resource starts with a great introduction that covers the essentials of Children’s Work first and then looks at why this particular subject is being used. The handouts are photocopiable and the sessions are easy to follow for any leader.
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Details for Mixing It Up With Harry Potter
|Page last updated||13th January 2010|
|Author / Artist||Owen Smith|
|Publisher||Church House (July 2007)|
|Number of Pages||48|