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Big Truths for Little Kids: Teaching Your Children to Live for God Hardcover – August 30, 1999
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Susan Hunt is a mother, grandmother, pastor’s wife, author, and the former director of women’s ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America. Hunt has written a number of books, including Spiritual Mothering.
Richie Hunt is the children’s and youth minister at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Georgia. He has served in children’s and youth ministry for almost 20 years and is a husband and father.
NANCY MUNGER is an illustrator and graduate of Art Center College of Design. Her work is featured in over forty children's books, including Zondervan's bestselling NIV Adventure Bible. She is a recipient of Addy Awards and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
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Each lesson is broken into a few pages which consist of 2-5 catechism questions and answers which go directly into an on going story between two families that help to tie in those catechism queries. At the end of the story there is a comprehension quiz for the kids, a Bible passage and then prayer.
I teach a new lesson each school day and I start by examining the queries from the previous lesson. As I begin the session I review the Q&A session from that week and the week before. As I progress, I will drop the previous week questions and move forward from there. Another words, I am only reviewing two weeks worth of questions at a time plus the new questions of the week. In this way it helps to make sure my kids not only understand what is being asked, but also to help them memorize it in it's correct wording. Sometimes kids will start to add their own wording into things and unfortunately it can be incorrect in how they word it.
When we have finished revisiting of earlier lessons I start by reading the current lessons question and answers to my children. Then we finish up with the reading, comprehension quiz and prayer. This takes us all of about 15 minutes and did I mention that the kids LOVE it! They have both said that it is the best Bible study that I have brought to our school table yet. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting to teach you children the truths of the Bible! [...]
I also found that the stories do an excellent job of reinforcing the truths found in the catechism. Usually you see a few distortions of the truth in many kids books, but so far, I haven't found anything I've disagreed with yet in this one. I find myself nodding my head in affirmation of the great truths they are conveying in this children's book. Way to go!