God’s Bible Timeline: The Big Book of Biblical History helps us understand the flow of biblical history from creation to the formation of the early church through a series of eighteen colorful timelines. Each timeline provides a concise overview of the highlights of a particular period—from creation to the flood, for example, or from Abraham to Joseph, or from John the Baptist to Jesus’ ministry, just to name a few. There’s even a helpful key that makes it easy to track God’s covenants with His people, the kings and prophets, and, most importantly, the Messiah, from promise to fulfillment.
Between each two-page timeline, God’s Bible Timeline includes brief narratives with fun facts, bright illustrations, and simple charts and maps to make the Bible come alive for even the youngest readers. View the layout for the tabernacle or the temple’s floor plan, or get a better grasp of the geographical context as you follow the path of Jesus’ ministry or Paul’s missionary journeys. Written with young readers in mind, God’s Bible Timeline is a reliable tool for parents, pastors, and Sunday school teachers as they engage with children. But it’s also a wonderful supplement to any Bible study. Even adults will benefit from this quick reference as it helps us fit together all the historical pieces of God’s amazing redemption plan.
The book The God Contest: The True Story of Elijah, Jesus, and the Greatest Victory invites young school-age children to learn about the prophet Elijah and his contest with the prophets of Baal—which ended in victory. The author uses this engaging story to fast-forward to another victory—Jesus’ victory over sin and death on the cross.
Young children will enjoy the bright, colorful illustrations and the charming, energetic characters that bring this ancient story (from 1 Kings 18:16-40) to life. Using language kids will easily understand, the author tells how Team Baal frantically gives their best effort against Team Yahweh at Mount Carmel. The God Contest then leaps forward several centuries to the final God contest and Jesus’ ultimate victory on Mount Zion. In both contests, not everyone liked the results, and some who’d initially rallied around the victorious hero quickly lost interest. It’s a poignant reminder of how easily some reject the Gospel or gradually turn from faith.
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