Character Building from the Life of Jesus

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60 character-building stories taken from the Gospels all about the Lord and His life. Children 5+ will learn about the character traits that made Jesus an extraordinary witness.

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Suggested Age under 5, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, parents 12-, Parents 8-12, Parents 13+
Author(s) Gilbert Beers
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Full of beautiful illustrations, this collection of 60 stories from the life of Jesus highlights a different character trait that Jesus had. From obedience, to faithfulness, to compassion, Jesus is the model for truly good character. Included with each story are tidbits about Jewish culture, the lay of the land, and other facts helpful to understanding the full meaning of these stories from the Gospels. In the back of the book, parents will find a guide to building strong character in their children and lesson plans to turn the 60 stories into family devotion times. by V. Gilbert Beers

What GOV says: We love this book because it makes a perfect family devotion for children ages 5+. Not only do the pictures capture the nature of the Lord and His incredible life, the insights the author brings to the stories are truly helpful to understanding the deeper meaning of the stories.

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V. Gilbert Beers has been writing and developing Bible reference materials for more than fifty years. Gil began his publishing career as editorial director at David C. Cook Publishing Company in the early 1960s, developing its children's curriculum. Later, Gil became a full-time author, writing more than 150 books, with total sales of more than thirteen million copies. From 1982 to 1985, Gil also served as editor of "Christianity Today" magazine. Among his many projects, Gil developed the twenty-three-volume Family Bible Library, a Bible study and devotional program for families; the "Victor Handbook of Bible Knowledge"; and, working side by side with his son Ron, the "TouchPoint Bible" and "TouchPoints" books. His latest book is titled "What Every Child Should Know about the Bible" (August 2009).