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Everyone, including children, loves a good story, and who better to tell those stories than Jesus? This curriculum and music album, based on Jesus’s parables, helps children to understand the gospel and the kingdom of God through Bible reading, discussion questions, object lessons, puppet skits, fun activities, and songs for families from the Listen Up music CD by Sovereign Grace Music.
Also available for parents is the companion family devotional, Listen Up: Ten-Minute Family Devotions on the Parables, which will reinforce the truths learned at church as families go over them together at home. These resources make the surprising truths from Jesus’s parables relevant and alive for the next generation.
This twelve-week curriculum includes three learning levels—preschool to kindergarten (ages 4–6), elementary (ages 6–11), and middle school (ages 11–14)—and includes object lessons, crafts, and drama skits for each age group. Also included is a Bob Kauflin-produced music album, also entitled Listen Up, to reinforce the teaching in the curriculum.
Another transformational, gospel-centered resource from best-selling author Marty Machowski for children ages 4–11
Each week children will learn simple stories each containing a surprising truth that illuminates the gospel and the kingdom of God
Fun activities, object lessons, discussion questions, and songs teach the gospel through the parables in memorable ways
The companion family devotional, Listen Up: Ten-Minute Family Devotions on the Parables, reinforces the stories at home
"If I ever had to return to my child-rearing years, I'd certainly want to take Listen Up with me. It is a book of family devotions, written in a lively, vivid style. It presents an accurate account of Jesus's parables and applies them well to the lives of every participant. Machowski includes excellent suggestions for object lessons, group activities, prayer, and 'going deeper,' while keeping the actual meetings under ten minutes! I can't imagine that anyone would follow the book's directions without becoming a better disciple of Jesus."
John M. Frame, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL