Do you think you are too old, or too young, too inexperienced, too unskilled, unqualified and decidedly ordinary to be used by God? Nothing could be further from the truth!
So many, of all ages, have a mixed up idea or know nothing of the birth of the Saviour. This free PowerPoint is not only the Christmas narrative, but shows how we can get right with God and worship him by giving him ourselves.
Who decided what went into the Bible? Why only 66 books in some versions of the Bible when other have more? This PowerPoint gives a way of clearly showing the context of the biblical apocrypha and the Gnostic writings. It explains the reasons behind the rejection of these writings main-stream evangelicals today.
How do you apply the principles of your Bible lesson to life today? This free PowerPoint game gives opportunities to discuss the consequences of life choices. Like our Spot the Bug game, this one relies on TWO PowerPoint presentations being open at the same time. By choosing random keys, clicking them, and reading the scenarios
What sort of books are in the Bible? What are the Old and New Testaments? Who chose the books to include? What are “verses”? The Bible is bound as one book, but it is actually made up of 66 books within one cover. It is a portable library. Like any library, the Bible is divided into sections for different subjects.
Here’s a novel game to enliven your lesson review with two PowerPoint “boards”. Just add your own review questions, and watch the kids having fun trying to find the bugs on one slide, while checking their progress on another! Full instructions are included in the download.