Paul’s Race, God’s Grace and Follow the Leader joined the lineup of Walk With Me summer curriculum in March 2007. These new five-session units for kindergarten through eighth grade are fun for kids and are designed for use in vacation Bible school (VBS), midweek programs, and other ministry settings.
Each book includes large- and small-group lesson plans, crafts and activities, dramas, and a music CD. Other available units include Shareable Parables, Rough Waves? Jesus Saves!, Dreams and Schemes, and God’s Family in Action.
Melissa Baker of Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, N.C., used Rough Waves? Jesus Saves! last summer for a kindergarten through grade five VBS. “The children had a great time,” she said. “Parents said their children came home singing the songs and telling the stories. They truly felt that they had a wonderful week of learning about Jesus.”
For churches looking to challenge children through service and outreach, WWJD Day Camp offers a unique opportunity for kids to serve their communities and learn about Jesus. This comprehensive day-camp program provides a five-day step-by-step process for service activities involving grades one through six. The leader’s guide provides all the information you need to set up and run this fun program.
Walk With Me summer units and WWJD Day Camp are available from Faith Alive Christian Resources. To view sample chapters visit www.FaithAliveResources.org or call 1-800-333-8300 for more information.
—Paul Delger is a freelance writer for The Banner.
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