Wrong Way, Jonah! (Discover-4-Yourself for Kids Series)

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From bestselling author Kay Arthur and dynamic Bible teacher Janna Arndt comes a completely revised Discover 4 Yourself Bible study on the book of Jonah (over 50,000 copies sold). Kids team up with Max and Molly and begin the greatest adventure ever! They'll even meet a man who spent three days in the belly of a great fish. As they investigate Jonah's story, they'll learn ...

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Overview

From bestselling author Kay Arthur and dynamic Bible teacher Janna Arndt comes a completely revised Discover 4 Yourself Bible study on the book of Jonah (over 50,000 copies sold). Kids team up with Max and Molly and begin the greatest adventure ever! They'll even meet a man who spent three days in the belly of a great fish. As they investigate Jonah's story, they'll learn about

  • God's great love and compassion
  • the importance of obedience
  • repentance

With pad and pencil in hand, kids will travel to Nineveh to get the scoop on Jonah, the prophet who tried to go the wrong way. Complete with puzzles and games to keep kids thinking, Wrong Way, Jonah! helps kids better understand this exciting biblical story.

The Discover 4 Yourself Bible study series engages kids and challenges them to get to know God's Word better in fun and meaningful ways.

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Children's Literature - Carlee Hallman
This is a five-week study of the biblical book of Jonah, which is printed in the back in the New American Standard Bible version. The device of newspaper reporting is used for the study of God and Jonah through the text. Max and Molly and their dog, Sam, are reporters. They are assigned one or two memory verses each week, and they are expected to recite them to an adult at the end of the week. The youngsters begin each day with prayer. Along with their reporting, they learn about pronouns, synonyms, and the questions who, what, where, when, why, and how as they gather facts for their story. Each week on day five, they give their newspaper story a title, write it by filling in blanks, and draw a picture in the space provided. Unusual words are explained, and the blanks are filled in all along the way. Cartoons, puzzles, and acting out the story add interest. When the people of Nineveh repent and are forgiven, the parallel of forgiveness in Christ is drawn and acceptance of Christ as Savior is presented as a decision. Puzzle answers and a game board are printed at the back. This series, "Discover 4 Yourself Inductive Bible Studies for Kids," is overseen by curriculum specialist Scoti Domeij. To register completion of the study, a post card is included to send in to receive "something special." This study of the book of Jonah is used as a background for Christian evangelism. Reviewer: Carlee Hallman
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Meet the Author

Kay Arthur is a four-time Gold Medallion award-winning author, member of NRB Hall of Fame, and beloved international Bible teacher. She and her husband, Jack, cofounded Precept Ministries International to teach people how to discover truth through inductive study. Precept provides teaching and training through study books, TV and radio programs, the Internet, and conferences in over 180 countries and 70 languages.

Janna Arndt, coauthor of the Discover 4 Yourself series, is a Precept trainer who conducts workshops to help people use the interactive Discover 4 Yourself Bible Studies in Sunday schools, homeschool environments, and Christian schools. Janna's heart is for children to know and love God's Word.

Scoti Domeij's passion is studying God's Word. She is the author of Wrong Way, Jonah and Favorite Bible Heroes. She has written educational curriculum for children, teens and adults. Scoti contributed to Mommy Diaries and her articles have appeared in The New York Times, Contemporary Christian Music, Southwest Art, Single Adult Ministry Journal, Focus on the Family magazine and other parenting magazines. Scoti writes a monthly solo-parenting column in Colorado Springs Kids magazine.

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