THEO Church Edition Vol 1 Foundations Of Faith DVD ROM (Teacher’s Guide)


THEO Church Edition: Foundations of Faith makes teaching theology easy and fun for school-age children with Theo the Animated Theologian who offers a rare combination – rich theological content and high entertainment value. Join Theo and his mischievous little friends as they explore theological lessons like faith, obeying God’s Word, forgiveness, the armor of God, sin and the plan of salvation. Make the biblical content come alive through fun, age-appropriate Bible curriculum that revolves around the Bible stories imbedded in each episode of Theo. Each entertaining, animated episode corresponds with a printable lesson plan that digs deep into God’s Word. Theo is perfect for small group times and makes teaching theology easy!

THEO Church Edition: Foundations of the Faith
(Episodes 1-4 plus Bonus Session)

Episode 1 – Saving Faith
Themes: What is faith?
Bible Story: Abraham
Bible Passage: Hebrews 11:1

Episode 2 – Trust and Obey
Themes: Obedience, obeying God’s Word
Bible Story: Jonah
Bible Passage: John 14:15

Episode 3 – Forgiveness
Themes: What is forgiveness?
Bible Story: Parable of the Unforgiving Servant
Bible Passage: Ephesians 4:32

Episode 4 – Armor of God
Themes: What is the armor of God?
Bible Story: Paul in a Roman prison, the armor of God
Bible Passage: Ephesians 6:10

Bonus Session – Good News!
Themes: God’s love, sin, salvation, eternal life, ABCs
Bible Story: Philippian Jailer (Acts 16)
Bible Passage: John 3:16


Levels of Biblical Learning Concept Area: God; Salvation
Five 10-minute videos on DVD
ROM portion contains leader information, teaching plans, and parent information
Makes teaching theology easy and fun
Helps lead children to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
Teaches important aspects of growing in grace


SKU (ISBN): 9781415875599
Binding: Boxed Set
Published: 2011
Publisher: LifeWay Christian Resources


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