Teehee! I love that name! Seriously , whoever thought of that name needs a high five. When I first saw the name on the review list, I was unsure of what I was actually reviewing! Then I jumped for joy when I saw that it was these amazing New Testament cards . Perfect for our home school since we are finishing up reading through the Bible.
Each card has a synopsis on one side along with the author, number of chapters and approximate date that it was written . For my history buff kid, this was beyond interesting. He loved knowing that information while I loved how the books started to become personal to him. It was written in language that was easy to understand not only for my read through the entire Bible every week kid but also for my littles as well.
The back of the card is what really excited us. We had just read through these books over the past few months so the verses are still fresh in our minds. To see the outlines of the verses made us make discoveries that we hadn’t thought of before. Review time was a breeze with these cards. I happen to know that they are coming out with an Old Testament version as well. We will certainly be adding those to our collection.
Price : $14.99
Teaching the Bible to kids in a way they will remember can be difficult.
Think of yourself (please, don’t take that the wrong way).
From your Bible study, whether it be in Sunday school, Christian school, Homeschool, or maybe even Bible college – how much can you remember?
Can you tell me who wrote Hebrews? (Okay, that is a trick question, while some think it was the Apostle Paul, we are not sure.)
Do you know to whom Luke wrote? Or which Gospel was written first? Or what 2 Peter is all about?
Can you summarize any book of the New Testament for that matter? How about the key chapters, or key passages, or even the key people? Can you communicate these things to your kids?
Don’t Worry! Be encouraged! Help is here.