Multi-sensory World

Multi-sensory World : Global Issues Explored - For Creative Churches, Youth Groups and Small Groups

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With global issues explored - for creative churches, youth groups and small groups, this is a resource produced in partnership with the international Christian relief and development charity Tearfund. Fresh, innovative, imaginative, inspirational - this collection of 10 complete sessions will breathe life into your understanding of vital global issues. You can use the material in your small group or youth group or dip into it for your church service. Covering topics such as materialism, workers' rights, international health challenges and climate change, "Multi-Sensory World" will help you make the most of exploring the Bible text together. The practical and easy-to-follow activities and flexible menu approach will appeal to a wide range of learning styles. Sessions can be used one-off or to create a series. It is fully photocopiable.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 202 x 294 x 8mm | 322.05g
  • Bucks, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large type / large print edition
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1844272664
  • 9781844272662
  • 836,304

About Craig Borlase

Craig Borlase is a freelance writer living in Reading. He has written books on church leaders (William Seymour, A Biography), the problems with me-first living (God's Gravity) and his personal struggles with the Church (The Naked Christian). Before all that he was an English teacher, a ghost writer and the worst public relations officer in the history of the world. He has been a freelance writer for Tearfund for a decade and will jump at any chance to meet remarkable people putting faith into glorious action.
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Table of contents

Making the most of Multi-Sensory World A personal word 1. What's wrong with the world? (Isaiah 58) 2. What's so special about God's kingdom? (Luke 9:57-62) 3. Where do we fit in all this? (Genesis 18:22-33) 4. What's holding us back? (Judges 13-16) 5. Which way is up? (Job 29:7-17) 6. How loudly do we have to sing? (Amos 5; Isaiah 1:10-20) 7. Are we nearly there yet? (Exodus 16:4-30) 8. Does my faith look big in this? (Proverbs 29:7; Amos 8:4-6) 9. Why does my wallet ache? (Matthew 6:19-34; 1 Timothy 6:3-19; James 5:1-5) 10. Where are God's fingerprints? (Psalm 65) Case studies 1-7 Takeaways 1-10
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