Kid's Guide to the Names of Jesus
From beginning to end, names such as the Son of God and the Son of Man, the Lord, Jesus, Christ, and Immanuel are explained in a way that children can understand. Readers clearly comprehend that the Messiah Jesus Christ is the Sovereign King. These are just a few of the many names of Jesus readers will learn within this consumable book. Tony Evans provides for young students a way to identify and claim their own faith understanding. This interactive text has students learning from Tony, reading scripture, and answering spiritual formation questions all from one book. Having a Bible would be helpful to look up verses of Scripture that are mentioned. 123 pgs, pb. ~Rebecca
The story of Jesus isn’t confined to the Gospels. He is mentioned throughout the Old Testament, as prophets and scholars eagerly awaited His blessed arrival in Bethlehem.
Each of Jesus’s names and positions holds a special promise for believers and reveals a part of His human and divine nature. Popular pastor, speaker, and author Dr. Tony Evans helps children (ages 8 to 12) learn what these names mean and how they apply to kids’ everyday lives.
In language kids can understand, they will encounter Jesus as…Christ, Immanuel, Lamb of God, Son of God and Son of Man, and Great High Priest.
These names and more will give children a greater understanding of Jesus and lead them closer to salvation and a lifelong relationship with Him.
These non-reproducible Kids’ Guide to… books make a wonderful addition to a young students Bible learning study. Having their own Bible would be very helpful for students in reading through these resource books as they need to look up scriptures and find Bible stories. These books provide information about key Christian concepts through the process of self-reflection. Space is provided within the book for students to write. Having a separate journal would be nice as space is limited for writing within the book. Chapters are 15-20 pages long and have discussion/reflection questions throughout each chapter. These books will promote children’s personal and spiritual development, as they study the Bible and foundational Christian principles. ~Rebecca