by Jim Teeters
Can children and adults study the Bible together? Jim Teeters thinks they can. And he thinks they should.
The ministry of Jesus did not advocate the generation gap that seems to exist in traditional Christian education programs. Jesus shares how he values children and their character: Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 18:3).
Adults and children have much to offer each other in understanding and representing God's kingdom together. Adults offer wisdom and life experience, while kids bring joy, creativity, and a fresh outlook. Jim Teeters shows you how to study the Bible with an intergenerational approach that will:
Hook your group's interest in the lesson topic.
Present the Bible passage in creative ways.
Look at the Scripture with action and interaction.
Make the lesson relevant for daily life.
Going Intergenerational includes: guidelines for success; helpful ideas and resources; twenty take-and-teach programs.