Great Christian Stories for Children Workbook
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In this Literature course for 5-6 grade, students will read three classic works of literature written from a Christian perspective, including Johanna Spyri's timeless classic Heidi, an abridged and simplified version of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress, and Brother Andrew's famous missionary story God's Smuggler.
Heidi is one of the most popular children’s books ever published, second only to Pinocchio—with over 50 million copies in print around the world (in at least 50 languages). Heidi is a delightful read. It is one of the most heartwarming Christian stories of all time for children. This is a book filled with joy, gratefulness, and praise to God. It is an ideal story for the Christian family, complete with vivid descriptions of sin, rebellion, God’s mercy, forgiveness, reconciliation, and faith. Young readers will learn about prayer, the purpose of trials, the sovereignty of God, and the goodness of God.
The Pilgrim's Progress for Young Readers
Originally published in 1678, John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress remains one of the best-selling books of all time. Today, Bunyan’s classic allegory exists in over 200 languages—a testimony to its enduring value to the church of Jesus Christ. This unique allegorical account of the Christian life is richly saturated with Scripture and filled with spiritual wisdom by a man who genuinely knew both the joys and sorrows of the Christian life.
God's Smuggler Young Reader's Edition
As a boy he dreamed of becoming a spy behind enemy lines---as a man he went undercover for God! Now tween readers can enjoy the thrilling story of a Dutch factory worker who risked his life to smuggle Bibles behind the Iron Curtain---and found God's miraculous provision at every step. Recommended for ages 9 to 12.
This workbook includes:
- Weekly Lesson Schedule
- Book Introductions
- Student Worksheets
- Exams and Essay Assignments
- Answer Key