This consumable workbook by Mary Evelyn McCurdy has fun word puzzles, thought-provoking questions, and writing and drawing activities that highlight what the Bible says about truth. Trust is one of the most important factors in a relationship. If we cannot trust our children, parents, or friends, on what can we base a relationship? How can we trust them if they do not consistently tell the truth? How can they trust us if we aren't consistently truthful ourselves?
The perfect example of truthfulness and trust is found in our heavenly Father, who always keeps His promises. We can trust Him completely. His Word guides us in truth. This book explores verses throughout the Bible that encourage us to be honest, truthful, and trustworthy. Our Lord Jesus Christ came to earth from the Father full of grace and truth. His life is our model. If we follow in His steps, we will be walking in truth.
Walking In Truth is divided into 30 two-page lessons. Completing five lessons a week will allow you to finish the study in six weeks. Completing one lesson a week will spread the study out over a school year. The format allows flexibility, however, if you chose to complete more or fewer lessons each week.
Younger children may need assistance reading the lessons, writing the verses, and completing the puzzles. Older children will be able to complete the lessons on their own, but parents are encouraged to oversee the study so that the children can gain wisdom from their parents as they look into the Word together. Consumable workbook. 60 pages. Ages 7-12.
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