Lectionary Story Bible Set
This set covers all three years of the Revised Common Lectionary. Finally, one comprehensive package that is easy to use, easy to understand, and contains all of the familiar and favourite Bible stories. Educators can feel good about sharing these...
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This set covers all three years of the Revised Common Lectionary. Finally, one comprehensive package that is easy to use, easy to understand, and contains all of the familiar and favourite Bible stories. Educators can feel good about sharing these well-crafted, non-violent, life-affirming stories with children. The set is 'a must-have resource' for Christian educators, camp leaders, worship leaders, and families who want to share their faith at home. Synchronised with the Lectionary with at least one, but usually two stories for each Sunday of the church year, this title includes a scripture index of the stories in all three, A, B, and C for non-lectionary settings. It makes traditional Bible stories relevant to young listeners. It uses inclusive language. It helps children to develop their faith.
Dr. Ralph Milton is one of Canada's best-known religious communicators, and a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Sacred Letters from St. Stephen's College, Edmonton. He also has an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology. A former news broadcaster, open line host and church administrator, Milton is the author of 17 books including the bestselling Family Story Bible; Angels in Red Suspenders; and Julian's Cell, a novel based on the life of Julian of Norwich. On the Internet, Ralph Milton publishes the popular e-zine Rumors, which uses liberal doses of humour and
MARGARET KYLE has illustrated many children's books including the bestselling The Family Story Bible, the three volumes of the Lectionary Story Bible by Ralph Milton, and After the Beginning by Carolyn Pogue. She lives in Okanagan Centre, British Columbia, with her husband, Michael Schwartzentruber.