Devotional Review, “101 Bible Adventures: The Ultimate Quest For Adventure”

101 Bible Adventures: The Ultimate Quest For Adventure, written by Carolyn Larsen and illustrated by Rick Incrocci, is a book that is designed to bring an adventured filled approach to the reading and studying of scripture.

101 Bible Adventures is comprised of a brief overview of a Bible story, a key verse that sums up the meaning of the story, and a section dedicated to the application of that story within the lives of those participating.

The utilization of this tool will aid greatly in the teaching of young children, as the content is slighted towards those who are just beginning to sit within such a setting as a Sunday School class or just beginning to embrace the scriptures at home. The illustrations bring minute humor to the story as they, for the right audience age, would bring a chuckle while reinforcing the stories’ content.

While each of these studies alone brings forth the general context of the Bible story, it might be beneficial to utilize the addition of outside materials or games to aid in the disclosure of and the retention of the lesson.

They would be a a great asset in the teaching of young children within the church or at home, thus it is recommended for this audience.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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Published in: on January 16, 2012 at 9:36 pm  Leave a Comment  

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