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77 Talks For 21St Century Kids

Paperback|Sep 1997
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These messages for kids are modeled on the examples of Jesus and the prophets. They take our world at the turn of the millennium and use it as a lens to focus timeless truth. Ideal for school worship, Sunday Schools,...


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These messages for kids are modeled on the examples of Jesus and the prophets. They take our world at the turn of the millennium and use it as a lens to focus timeless truth. Ideal for school worship, Sunday Schools, kids' clubs, youth camps and family services. 240 pages, from Monarch

This is a collection of ideas which should be useful in a variety of contexts* school assemblies, Sunday clubs and family services. Each one, based around a theme, provides a talk in outline form, a list of requirements, an activity, a Bible reference and a prayer or reflection. The combination of ideas plus activities aims to ensure that children listen closely and retain more than conventional talks.;The themed talks can be presented as short series. Themes include* Buried Treasure, Warning Signs, True Stories, I'm Precious, Christian Beliefs, plus a useful Fresh Ideas for Festivals section. Each talk and activity last approximately five to ten minutes.;Chris Chesterton is the author of 52 Ideas for Junior Classroom Assemblies.
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Chris Chesterton

Chris Chesterton has worked with Youth for Christ, the CENS Trust, and the Diocese of Southwell, UK. He lives in Nottingham, England, and has extensive experience as a teacher and in working with children in schools and churches. Chris is now the Children's Officer for Gloucester Diocese where he trains others in developing their own skills. He is also the co-author of 52 Ideas for Junior Classroom Assemblies and 52 Ideas for Infant Assemblies.