The Dig for Kids: Luke Vol. 2 [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Dig for Kids is a simple and easy way for parents to study through books of the Bible with their children. The Dig takes the guesswork out of teaching for parents. Each lesson is just one page that contains four main parts:

The Map - The Map is the overview of each lesson. It will tell you as a parent ...
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The Dig for Kids: Luke Vol. 2

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Overview

The Dig for Kids is a simple and easy way for parents to study through books of the Bible with their children. The Dig takes the guesswork out of teaching for parents. Each lesson is just one page that contains four main parts:

The Map - The Map is the overview of each lesson. It will tell you as a parent and your child what you will be studying.

The Dig - The Dig is the main passage of the Bible you will be reading. There are typically three or four review questions that will help with discussion and review.

The Treasure - The Treasure is the big idea of the passage you have just studied. Simply put, it is what you want your child to remember in one sentence.

The Display - Archaeologists go on a dig, find a treasure, and then put it on display for all to see. This is the basic idea behind the Display. It helps your child live out what he or she has just learned.

Early on in The Dig you will meet a character named Doc. He will be your expert and experienced tour guide. Through each Dig, Doc will help guide a child systematically through books of the Bible. The Dig for Kids is a great resource for parents because it makes teaching children the Bible simple, fun, and interactive!
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Editorial Reviews

Candace Cameron Bure
I’m so excited to take my children through the The Dig! Family devotional time is very important to us and when we read the Bible together, I don’t always know what principles to pull out of the scriptures that will best relate in their lives. I’m thankful that Patrick has taken the guess work out of Bible reading time! Brilliant!
~Candace Cameron Bure, Actress & NYT Best-Selling Author
Dave Kraft
Patrick Schwenk has authored a wonderful discipleship tool that will be an incredible help to parents as they seek to both model and teach the story of Jesus to their children. With alarming reports recounting the numbers of young people leaving the church and their faith after high school, this couldn’t come at a more opportune time. “The Dig” is practical, user friendly, application oriented and faithful to the gospel.
~Dave Kraft, Author & Pastor at Mars Hill OC
Sarah Mae
I love Patrick’s heart to lead children into the Word; to dig into the living and the active. The Dig is a wonderfully constructed study for young ones that teaches them to engage with and learn about the scriptures. We use it, and I recommend it!
~Sarah Mae, author of Desperate
Tsh Oxenreider
I want to get my kids into the Word on a regular basis, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. The Dig gives me step-by-step guidelines on how to guide us through our time hearing from God in a simple, fun way. It lets me set aside any worry whether I’m doing it ‘right,’ and just enjoy time with my family! Sweet, short, and simple—perfect for kids!
~Tsh Oxenreider, founder of SimpleLivingMedia.com & writer of SimpleMom.net
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016294766
  • Publisher: Patrick Schwenk
  • Publication date: 3/7/2013
  • Series: The Dig for Kids: Luke , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 858,445
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • File size: 658 KB

Meet the Author

Patrick Schwenk grew up going to church wearing clip-on ties, uncomfortable shirts, pants that were too short, and shoes that were too tight (at least that is how he remembers feeling). He was born, raised, and then born again within a conservative evangelical home (and church) in the Midwest. Today, he still loves the church and is thankful to both serve and lead others toward Jesus. He is a father, husband, and pastor. Patrick and his wife Ruth met while attending the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, IL. They have been married for fourteen years and currently have four children ages three to ten. They love serving in ministry, spending time together as a family, reading, drinking lots of coffee, and resting in God's grace. Visit him at http://www.thedigforkids.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2014

    Love it!

    My nine year old has finished volume one and is almost done with volume two!

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