Michael L. McKay, EditorMichael L. McKay, Editor
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1. 8 Advent and Christmas1. 8 Advent and Christmas
Advent and Christmas. The children are told two Advent stories – the Annunciation and the Visitation. In these stories the great Advent themes of hope and joyful expectation are presented
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God’s Great FamilyGod’s Great Family
People of God. They explore the story of Abraham and Sarah as a story of promise and trust, and formative to our identity as the People of God. They also learn about some of the people in Jesus Christ’s family and some of the gospel stories concerned with
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The Christmas StoryKeepers written byThe Christmas StoryKeepers written by
As our Narrator brings us up to date we: View Prologue that introduces us to the Storykeepers, where they live, what’s happened to them
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Key Stage 1: Year 1 Autumn Term How and why do people give thanks to God? (Judaism)Key Stage 1: Year 1 Autumn Term How and why do people give thanks to God? (Judaism)
I can look at a picture of Jews celebrating Harvest and talk about what they are giving thanks for
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The Third Sunday of Easter Year AThe Third Sunday of Easter Year A
Word of God to draw attention to himself. But a sensational preacher stimulates the senses and leaves the spirit untouched. Instead of being the way to God, his "being different" gets in the way
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Title: The ShepherdsTitle: The Shepherds
When the angels announced Jesus’ birth to the shepherds, the fact that he was lying in a feeding box became a sign of the mysterious working of God in human history
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The Christmas Story from the Book of MormonThe Christmas Story from the Book of Mormon
By Sarah Anderson (excerpts taken from the Book of Mormon and the Dec 1985 Friend)
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K. 8 Advent and ChristmasK. 8 Advent and Christmas
Jesus. The Christmas story is told through the stories of the Annunciation, the birth of Jesus, and the visit of the shepherds. In engaging with aspects of the story, students are presented with the Good News that Jesus is the promised
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Dates and matesDates and mates
We’ve all seen and heard the Christmas story so many times that we know exactly what God's Word says about it, right? Or do we sometimes let tradition overtake the truth? The following quiz tests your knowledge about Christmas
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Christmas I. Q. Test As long as Christmas has been celebrated, it has been on December 25Christmas I. Q. Test As long as Christmas has been celebrated, it has been on December 25
Where do we find the Christmas story in order to check up on all these ridiculous questions?
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Chesnut father ed dowling pageChesnut father ed dowling page
The two greatest obstacles to democracy in the United States are, first, the widespread delusion among the poor that we have a democracy, and second, the chronic terror among the rich, lest we get it.” Edward Dowling, Chicago Daily News
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Christmas Eve 2014 7: 00 pm serviceChristmas Eve 2014 7: 00 pm service
The story goes … when I was very little, I would sit with my grandfather, who was a United Church minister, and retell the Christmas story, and tell him how Jesus was born in a mailbox
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Precious DescendantPrecious Descendant
Function: The hearers will see that we are descendants grafted into Jesus family tree
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