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Product Details

  • Series: Creative Bible Lessons
  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties (August 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310258804
  • ASIN: B00394DJK2
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 0.4 x 10.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,078,456 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'...a thorough study on the character and practices of a leader....' &amp;mdash; <em>YouthWorker Journal</em> <br><br> (YouthWorker Journal )

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We may think of them as the leaders of tomorrow, but the kids you minister to are already leaders—they’re the leaders of today. In hallways, on playing fields, and in their own homes, students are influencing the lives that surround them.

Nehemiah is one of the Bible’s most powerful examples of what a godly leader looks like. This newest collection of Creative Bible Lessons helps your students connect with this ancient figure in a way that is both engaging and relevant.

Each session focuses on one chapter of the Old Testament book by using activities that emphasize four different learning styles—thereby ensuring that your students hear what they need to hear in ways they need to hear it. The session titles include: A Leader Passionately Prays A Leader Teaches Truth A Leader Walks the Walk A Leader Instills Integrity A Leader Hungers for Holiness

Each session also offers an overview, a list of things you’ll need, background information on the Nehemiah chapter, openers, plenty of questions, and application options such as games, discussion starters, and small group activities that help the meaning of Nehemiah stick in your students’ heads.

Creative Bible Lessons in Nehemiah will get your students thinking about the kinds of leaders God is calling them to be and provide them with the tools to be that leader…today.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sarah E. Oliver on November 6, 2007
Format: Paperback
I have been using this book for the past month or so with my group of teenagers and we have loved it! There are so many ideas for each lesson and wonderful Bible study as well! I cannot recommmend this book highly enough!
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We've used this curriculum at our church and enjoyed it. With regard to a previous review, I have to say that critiquing the material is one thing, but personally attacking the author is something else entirely - especially from someone who seems to be a ministry leader. I've certainly had negative opinions regarding a product before, but never used them as a basis for which to insinuate anything personally negative about the creator of that product.

In any event, our church used this and we have a small group (10-15 students), no Starbucks in the lobby, and no dance or art offerings and we found this to be very easy to implement. If something was suggested that we couldn't use for some reason (which has happened with other material, but not in this case), we actually used our own creativity to do something that fit our particular context better - certainly never a reason to merit our disapproval. Needless to say, we didn't think ideas like having our students talk about kinds of prayers they've heard friends or family members pray were "too creative" to implement. In fact, we proceeded to recommend this to other churches (most of which are actually smaller) and they enjoyed using it as well.

I'm grateful to have come across this product again today. Normally I wouldn't take the time to write product reviews (with all the important things going on in the world), but, when seeing this previous review, I felt I should briefly add our own positive experience with the material. It's so hard to find material that isn't exclusively for large scale ministries so we were very pleased to have found this one! Glad to see Youth Worker Journal also approves!
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By tatiana on July 29, 2014
Format: Paperback
This was so helpful for some extra ideas.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TheChad813 on August 15, 2013
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I love the "Creative Bible Lessons" series and I always check them first when looking for new curriculum. I was not quite as impressed with this edition. My teaching style is pretty traditional, straight-forward with 1 (maybe 2) object lesson, game, or media to introduce the topic, then I like to get into the Word and use lots of discussion questions. This curriculum relies more heavily on the candy and less on the meat. Many of the activities are a little "young" for my group, and a lot are just logistically impossible for me to even attempt (one involves bouncing basketballs around, pretty sure the class on the 1st floor underneath mine would have loved that one). If you and your junior high students are VERY right brained/creative/outside-the-box then this might work for you, but I ended up writing my own stuff more often than not.
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Andrew Hedges has been engaging children, teens and families for more than a decade. He holds a B.A. in Christian Education from Cedarville University and a M.Div. from Columbia International University and has focused his efforts on family and intergenerational ministry. When he's not serving families near Dayton, Ohio, Andrew spends time loving on his little girls or sitting down with a cup of coffee and sharing life with his sweetheart.

Personal websites:

www.faithawakening.com

www.fairlysimple.org

www.spiritualmarkers.com