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Worship by the Book
Zondervan (2010)
CA$8.99

A how-to book on corporate worship for the twenty-first century: how to be authentic and...

Exploring the Worship Spectrum
Zondervan (2010)
CA$10.99

A clear, engaging description of the six most prevalent models of worship in North American...

Spontaneous Melodramas 2: 24 More Impromptu Skits That Bring Bible Stories to Life

Spontaneous Melodramas 2

24 More Impromptu Skits That Bring Bible Stories to Life

Doug Fields, Laurie Polich and 1 more...
Zondervan (2010)
CA$7.99

This volume from Youth Specialties contains 24 more impromptu skits from the Old and New Testaments...

Hands-On Bible Explorations: 52 Fun Activities for Christian Learning

Hands-On Bible Explorations

52 Fun Activities for Christian Learning

Wiley (2007)
CA$13.99

Hands-On Bible Explorations is a terrific collection of 52 activities and crafts for kids—one for...

Worship Old and New
Zondervan (2009)
CA$8.99

The revised edition of this book, first published in 1982, comes at a time of self-conscious...

Drama, Skits, and Sketches 2
Zondervan (2011)
CA$10.99

Drama, Skits, and Sketches 2 is a huge collection of tried and tested youth group skits that are...

Teaching Like Jesus
Zondervan (2011)
CA$8.99

Teaching Like Jesus is a handbook for Christian education in local churches that applies Jesus’...

Religious Experience
University of California Press (1987)
CA$36.72

How is religious experience to be identified, described, analyzed and explained? Is it independent...

New Kinds of Smart: Teaching Young People to Be Intelligent for Today's World

New Kinds of Smart

Teaching Young People to Be Intelligent for Today's World

McGraw-Hill Education (2010)
CA$50.20

New Kinds of Smart presents the most important of these changes to practising teachers and...

How to Teach Religion: Principles and Methods
The Floating Press (1926)
CA$5.74

The teacher of religion needs to be very sure of himself at one point. He ought to be able to answer...