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A Catechism for Children: Anchoring Gods Word in Your Childs Heart Brian Dembowczyk

A Catechism for Children: Anchoring Gods Word in Your Childs Heart

Brian Dembowczyk

Published May 15th 2014
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Kindle Edition
172 pages
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What are you teaching your child about God?God has positioned parents to be their child’s primary Bible teacher and the home to be the classroom. A Catechism for Children provides parents with a practical, comprehensive tool that is easy to use.MoreWhat are you teaching your child about God?God has positioned parents to be their child’s primary Bible teacher and the home to be the classroom. A Catechism for Children provides parents with a practical, comprehensive tool that is easy to use. Based on a three-year plan, parents use the question and answer format to teach the fundamentals of biblical Christian faith. The 144 questions in this book cover:GodThe BibleMan and SinSalvationEvangelism and MissionsThe ChurchChristian LivingThe FamilyLast ThingsComplete with suggested memory verses, supporting Bible verses for each question and answer, explanatory notes, and a suggested weekly family devotion template, this resource will help parents anchor God’s Word in their child’s heart for a lifetime.Sample catechism questions:Unit 1: Question 3Q. Who are the three persons of God?A. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.Matthew 28:19*- 2 Corinthians 13:14- 1 Peter 1:2Note: While the term “Trinity” does not appear in the Bible, the concept is quite clear. Some people prefer to use the term “Triunity” instead to emphasize the unity of God (Question 1).Unit 2: Question 7Q. What is sin?A. Not being who God created me to be by either doing what He forbids or not doing what He commands.1 Samuel 15:22-3- Matthew 5:48- Romans 1:21-32Note: Some people refer to sins of “commission” (doing what is wrong) and “omission” (not doing what is right). It is important to understand that sin also concerns our attitude, not just what we do.