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re:form Traditions / Reformed / Anti-Workbook

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The re:form Traditions Anti-Workbook provides individual and group activities to help youth engage the tough faith questions presented in the re:form session videos.


This highly interactive workbook includes 24 pages of vivid illustrations and offers multiple types of engagement activities including drawing, interviews, photo reports, scrapbooking, Web searches, and an occasional thumb war.

$4.99
  • In stock
  • Suggested order quantity: One per learner
$4.99
  • ISBN 9781451401981
  • Brand re:form
  • Age/Grade Range Teen/Youth
  • Pages 24
  • Publisher Sparkhouse
  • Season/Occasion Confirmation/Affirmation
  • Dimensions 8 x 8
  • Publication Date Apr 15, 2011

Contributors

The Reformed Dream Team

We assembled the dream team of Reformed theologians, pastors, and practitioners from across the country to create Traditions. Together, they provided historical accuracy, a theological framework, and translated it all into fun activities and language that speaks to today's youth.

Anti-Workbook Team:
Jim Kast-Keat, Rev. Darin Wiebe

Leader Guide Team:
Holly Inglis, Rev. Kara Root, Victoria Goplin

Scriptwriting Team:
Aaron Christopher, Dominic Orlando, Cory Hinkle

Theological Team:
Jim Kast-Keat, Mars Hill Bible Church, Grandville, Michigan
Rev. Theresa Latini, Luther Seminary, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Rev. Neal Presa, Middlesex Presbyterian Church, Middlesex, New Jersey

Practitioner Team:
Rev. Adam J. Copeland, PC(USA), Moorhead, Minnesota
Andrea Hall, Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, Mobile, Alabama
Holly Inglis, Wellshire Presbyterian Church, Denver, Colorado
Jon Wasson, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas
Rev. Hansen Wendlandt, Providence Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, North Carolina

Preview Pages

Visit the official re:form web site for full samples!

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