Arch Books - Pack of 10 Newest Titles

Arch Books - Pack of 10 Newest Titles
    Code: ARCHB201N
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    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Concordia
    Series: Arch Book
    Ages: 5 to 9
    Size: 6¼ X 8
    Total Pages: 15 pages per book
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    Developed for children age five to nine, Arch Books® are known for their biblical and historical accuracy. Each 16 page Bible story book uses simple poetry and language to present children with a clear Gospel connection. A letter to parents is included and offers background to the Bible story and suggestions for its application.


    Inside- Joshua and the Fall of Jericho

    Titles include:


    Baby Jesus Visits the Temple

    This book retells the events of Jesus' presentation at the Temple and his encounters with Simeon and Anna (Luke 2:21-40).


    The Baby King

    Oftentimes, we don't thing about how difficult it was for Mary and Joseph to make the long trek to Bethlehem. But every part of their journey fulfilled the prophecy for a Savior—Jesus, who would die to save us!


    The Christmas Connection

    When we think of Jesus' life on earth, we must remember both the beginning of the story and the end! This Arch Book® ties together Luke 2 and Matthew 28 to help children learn the parallels between Christmas and Easter.


    Falling Into Sin

    When Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, they did not become like God as Satan had promised. They brought sin into the world! This retelling of Genesis 2:15–25 and 3:1–19 will teach children that God did not abandon Adam and Eve, though. He promised to send a Savior, and He did!


    Hungry Mouths, Hungry Hearts

    When the crowds were following Jesus, they were hungry—spiritually and physically! This Arch Book® is about the miracle of Jesus feeding 5,000 people with five loaves of bread and two fish, as told in all four Gospels.


    Jesus' Beach Breakfast

    Commonly known as the reinstatement of Peter or the great catch of fish, the passage from the Gospel of John that this Arch Book® is based on shows Jesus calling Peter and the other disciples to preach in His name. Jesus fed His disciples physically that day on the beach, but He also fed them (and feeds us!) spiritually.


    Jesus Christ Is Risen Today!

    The Easter hymn “Jesus Christ Is Risen Today!” beautifully expresses the Gospel in simple words. Using language from all four Gospel accounts, this Arch Book retells the story of our Lord’s resurrection and shows how it is the fulfillment of God’s promise in Genesis to save His people.


    Jesus Visits Mary and Martha

    In the story of Jesus visiting Mary and Martha, Martha is often upheld as a symbol of what not to do. But looking closer, we can see that Martha's missteps is that she allowed worry to overpower the grace Jesus offers. Children will be encouraged to serve Jesus in all they do!


    Joshua and the Fall of Jericho

    Despite the impressive wall around Jericho, God's people defeated the city without a shovel or axe or arrow. This story from Numbers and Joshua teaches children that God will punish the unrighteous, but He will keep His promise to deliver those whom His Son has redeemed!


    Peter Surprises Rhoda

    When Peter was miraculously released from prison after his friends' desperate prayers, Rhoda was so excited that she forgot to let him in! This retelling of Acts 12:1–19 reminds children that God does, indeed, answer our prayers.