Story Thru the Bible: An Interactive Way to Connect with God's Word

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For centuries, people have passed on their heritage and history through storytelling. In Story Thru the Bible, you will learn an easy hands-on approach to oral teaching that engages the listener while sharing a biblical worldview. This approach causes the storyteller and the listener to engage in a whole new way while creating a laid-back atmosphere. This step-by-step guide uses 52 Bible stories adaptable to any culture or age group. Comes complete with summaries, questions, and practical applications. Tyndale ...
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For centuries, people have passed on their heritage and history through storytelling. In Story Thru the Bible, you will learn an easy hands-on approach to oral teaching that engages the listener while sharing a biblical worldview. This approach causes the storyteller and the listener to engage in a whole new way while creating a laid-back atmosphere. This step-by-step guide uses 52 Bible stories adaptable to any culture or age group. Comes complete with summaries, questions, and practical applications. Tyndale House Publishers
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615218202
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/15/2011
  • Series: NavPress Devotional Readers Series
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Walk Thru the Bible communicates the truth of God’s Word in a way that makes it readily accessible to anyone. For more than three decades, Walk Thru the Bible has created discipleship materials and cultivated leadership networks that together are reaching millions of people through live events, print publications, audiovisual curricula, and the Internet. Walk Thru the Bible’s core objective is to partner with the church to develop mature, committed, spiritually reproducing believers.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 13

1 Creation: In the Beginning 23

2 Fall: Paradise Lost 27

3 Flood: Regrets and a Rescue 31

4 Nations: The Tower of Babel 35

5 Abraham: A Promised Blessing 39

6 Isaac: A Promise Fulfilled 42

7 Jacob: Encounters with God 47

8 Joseph: A Painful Providence 53

9 Moses: A Momentous Mission 60

10 Passover: A Dramatic Deliverance 65

11 Red Sea: Escape Through the Waters 69

12 Ten Commandments: The Making of a Covenant 73

13 Twelve Spies: Faith Versus Unbelief 78

14 Joshua: Into the Promise 83

15 Gideon: Oppression, Fear, and a "Mighty Warrior" 88

16 Ruth: Restored and Redeemed 94

17 Saul: A King's Compromise 100

18 David: Wholehearted Love and Faith 105

19 Solomon: A Dwelling Place for God 111

20 Job: Pain, Prayers, and Patience 117

21 Elijah: A Spiritual Showdown 124

22 Jonah: The Reluctant Prophet 130

23 Isaiah: Visions of Things to Come 135

24 Daniel: No Compromise 140

25 Esther: Fear and Faith in a Crisis 145

26 Nehemiah: Tenacious Faith 152

27 Jesus' Birth: Promises and Prophecies Fulfilled 159

28 Jesus' Baptism: A Heavenly Endorsement 164

29 Jesus' Temptation: The Truth Is Tested 168

30 Jesus Calls the Disciples: Becoming a Follower 172

31 Jesus Heals the Paralytic: Authority to Forgive and Restore 176

32 Nicodemus's Second Birth: Looking to Jesus in Faith 180

33 Woman at the Well: A Different Kind of Drink 185

34 Storm Stilled: Fear, Faith, and the Power of Jesus 191

35 Crowd Filled: The Bread That Satisfies 195

36 Lazarus Raised: Victory over Our Worst Enemy 200

37 Zacchaeus Praised: A Life-Changing Encounter 205

38 Demoniac Delivered: The Good News of Freedom 209

39 Learning to Pray: Priorities, Promises, and Persistence 214

40 Seeking the Lost: An Unexpected Mission 219

41 Revealing the Kingdom: God's Reign Now and Forever 225

42 Declaring the King: A Foundation for the Church 231

43 Heaven or Hell: The Great Divide 235

44 Washing Their Feet: Greatness Through Serving 239

45 Last Supper: Celebrating a Greater Deliverance 243

46 Prayed, Betrayed: The Moment of Crisis 248

47 Tried, Crucified: The Ultimate Sacrifice 253

48 Resurrected: The Beginning of the New Creation 259

49 Restored to Serve: After Denials and Doubts 265

50 Reach the World: A God-Sized Mission 270

51 Jesus Ascends: Awaiting His Return 274

52 Spirit Descends: Promised Power from Above 278

Acknowledgments 285

Appendix: Leader's Tips and Notes 287

About Walk Thru the Bible 329

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