Bestselling author and apologist Rebecca McLaughlin teams up with her daughters for this engaging kids Bible study that explores the gospel of Mark.
Exploring the Earliest Gospel gives kids the opportunity and tools to read God's word for themselves.
In this kids' Bible study, Rebecca McLaughlin and her daughters Miranda and Eliza guide your kids through the book of Mark. Through sixty-six days of fun and fast-paced study, kids will come to understand more of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. They will learn along the way how to observe, interpret, and apply God's Word to their lives.
This adult-child collaboration will help your kids see themselves not just as passive recipients of teaching from grown-ups, but active participants who can engage with the Bible for themselves.
This theologically rich, accessible bible study will help your kids get to know Jesus and it will help pave the way to a lifelong love of God's word.
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I don't know of anyone better than Rebecca McLaughlin to take a book of the Bible and make it fun and accessible for kids without compromising any of its complexity or depth. Rebecca and her two daughters highlight the historical context, the structure, and the big-picture message in a way that will compel you to love God's Word, worship His Son, and join Him on His mission. Exploring the Earliest Gospel is a rich study that kids of all ages will benefit from—I highly recommend it!
Rebecca McLaughlin has given families a true treasure. With accessible, age appropriate questions along with fun facts, illustrations, and prayers, Rebecca leads kids into the gospel story of Jesus in Mark with beautiful practicality. Not only will young readers find the truths of the gospel set out for them, but they'll be sharpened in how to study the Bible for themselves. That's an incomparable gift in a truly beautiful package. Any family or Christian school should consider purchasing this resource a top priority for their kids.
What makes my heart sing the most about this Bible study is how Rebecca, Miranda, and Eliza highlighted Jesus in a way kids can relate to—a Savior who was rejected, faced peer pressure, and became a Hero who grew a kingdom family we ALL can belong to. Bravo!