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Jesus Storybook Bible
'The Jesus Storybook Bible' is a gospel centred approach to teaching God’s gracious plan of salvation to children. The Storybook Bible is available as an illustrated book with audio and as part of a well-developed Sunday school curriculum. The Christological focus of this material makes this an outstanding resource for churches and or families.
"Every story in the Bible whispers Jesus’ name.
For example, the story of the heroic David slaying the giant Goliath is often taught to children with the central message that they are to become brave like David. The main message, however, is really about a God who sends David to rescue his people. This points us toward an even greater hero, whose name is Jesus."
Listen to an excerpt from the Deluxe edition which contains audio.
The Bible is the true story of a God who loves and rescues his people by sending his Son to live the lives they should have lived, and die the death they should have died.
The Jesus Storybook Bible was developed by members of the Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York, under the teaching of Tim Keller.
Source: Redeemer church news Nov 2011
The Jesus Storybook Bible Curriculum contains one Jesus Storybook (Hardcover), three audio CD's of reading, a DVD with 44 reproducible lessons for teachers and students, 44 bonus animated video clips and instuctions and promotion material.
The audio book is read by the actor David Suchet who plays the Belgian detective, in the television series adaptation of Agatha Christie's, Hercule Poirot.
The biggest part of Suchet's life is Jesus, who he describes as, "My best friend."
The Jesus Storybook hardcover book may be purchased separately. The deluxe edition of the book includes the three audio CD's.
More information about the Jesus Storybook Bible can be found at their website. The material is published by Zondervan Press.