Kids know the Bible is important: after all, it contains God's message of love for all other people, and the magnificent universe he created. But where does a young person start learning what's between the covers of this big book? What kind of things will help a child get the most out of the history, stories, and teachings it contains? This one of a kind NRSV edition is the answer. It gives 8- to 12-year-old readers that are beginning serious Scripture study a resource that's packed with helpful information, but which won't overwhelm them. It contains the complete New Revised Standard Version text, including the Apocrypha, plus a wealth of extra features that will deepen their understanding of the Word of God. - Presentation page for personalizing the Bible as a gift - Clear, 8-point type - Black letter text - Book introductions - 16 full color charts and illustrations - "Hide it in Your Heart" memorization verses - "Bible People You Should Know" in-text cameos of key personalities - Old & New Testament parables and miracles - The Passion in Parallel and Prophecy - Parables and Miracles of the Bible - Illustrated Bible dictionary - 8-page color map section
These rich retellings of 100 of the most popular Bible stories will get children exploring and wondering about God’s Word. Designed for family use, the brightly colored illustrations and captivating storytelling make this Bible perfect for reading aloud. Fun activities and questions help children engage with the stories—as well as Squiggles, an expressive caterpillar who responds to each story. The 100 stories give kids an excellent foundation for a journey with God’s Word that your whole family can enjoy. This Bible is meant for family use, and does not work in tandem with Spark Sunday School. The Spark Story Bible is a 2016 Illumination Book Award winner—an international contest designed to honor the year’s best titles written and published with a Christian worldview.
For churches who prefer the beauty and accuracy of the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, inexpensive but high-quality editions have been difficult to find. Until now. Hendrickson's new "NRSV Pew Bible" combines thoughtfully designed features with a surprisingly affordable price. Boasting better-grade paper, clear and readable type, three pages of updated color maps, and a presentation page, this is a beautifully crafted Bible as well as the most affordable one on the market. - Superior quality at an unbeatable price - Three classic colors--burgundy, black, and blue--complement any sanctuary interior. - Hardcover, 912 pages, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" - Color maps and presentation page This pew Bible's attractive and sturdy binding will give years of dependable service. It's also designed to lie flatter when opened--so it's more comfortable to hold, won't spring shut like a cheaper binding. This is the choice for churches who require good looks, durability, and outstanding value.
Author : Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN : 9781565637528
Genre : Bibles
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"An NRSV to be read and shared" Though they are regularly used in both Protestant and Roman Catholic congregations, the books of the Apocrypha are difficult to find in affordable English Bibles today--until now Readers will enjoy this New Revised Standard Version's contemporary, literal translation and the easy-to-read text. Churches that use the Apocrypha in liturgy and worship will find these editions ideal for education, evangelism, and outreach. - Complete biblical text and Apocrypha in the NRSV - Simple, straightforward presentation - Convenient size - Affordable price About the Translation Translated by a multi-denominational committee, and based on the original Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic, the New Revised Standard Version is widely used by English-speaking congregations throughout the world. About the Apocrypha The Apocrypha is a collection of books found in the Septuagint--the Greek version of the Jewish Bible. Though not incorporated into the final, canonical version of the Hebrew scriptures, it was included in important Bible translations such as the Latin Vulgate and the original King James Version of 1611. For centuries the books of the Apocrypha have had a significant influence on Christian art, literature, and theology.