Diary of a Disciple: Luke's Story

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Diary of a Disciple: Luke's Story

Diary of a Disciple: Luke's Story

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I found the zany, comic style of writing not suitable as a means of telling children about the Lord Jesus Christ. A mini-version of Diary of a disciple: Luke's Story, consisting of the first three chapters of the full book. Beginning with Elizabeth and Zechariah’s miracle child to Jesus’ resurrection, Luke uses doodles and drawings to tell his story of finding out who Jesus is, and why it matters more than anything else. This is an excellent book for young children, though people of all ages will be equally entertained and well informed by its content.

Written by Gemma Willis, Diary of a Disciple's quirky and accessible style offers a way into the Bible for the next generation.It has a lively, engaging style which makes you want to keep reading, and has a style that relates extremely well to youngsters. From heaving storms to seething Pharisees, Luke follows Jesus through it all, and discovers some amazing things along the way. Luke’s Story tells you who Jesus is, what he did, the people he met, all the super interesting things he had to say, and it has a pretty jaw-dropping twist right at the end… Diary of a disciple: Luke’s Story is a contemporary retelling of Luke’s Gospel.

Out of the dozen families more than half have said that their kids loved it (my family included - and my son hates reading! Discover booming angels, swirling baptisms, mighty storms, shipwrecks, sheep falling from the sky, bald heads and stories of incredible miracles. So get comfy, open up one of these exciting books and get ready to marvel at the surprising, the true and the awesome. This booklet could easily be used as part of World Book Day, RE Lessons, Christmas celebrations and more.

Diary of a Disciple is perfect for 8- to 11-year-olds; it brings the gospel to a whole new generation of story seekers. Perfect for ages 8-11, this activity books speaks in a fresh, new way, and is sure to spark the imaginations and interests of children.

Written in a quirky, accessible, doodle style, Diary of a disciple offers a way into the Bible for 8-11 year olds. These were brought for kids 5-11s at our after school club (of non Christian background) as part of a gift. Very honest to the original yet presented in an easy to read format which really highlights key points of the text. Winding along the road to Emmaus, Join two friends on the road as the joy of the first Easter dawns.

Written in a quirky, contemporary, accessible style, Diary of a Disciple offers a way into the Bible for the next generation. At only GBP1 per copy, and including a voucher for GBP1 redeemable against the full version, this booklet makes a great give away to children in both school and church.

It seems to me that many hours have been spent producing this and it successfully conveys the biblical text young minds in particular. She has a particular interest in the way in which contemporary culture affects the way children and young people engage with faith. So break out those thinking caps, and sharpen those coloured pencils, because it's time, once again, to dive head-first once again into the exciting world of the Diary of a Disciple. In an effort to be funny/quirky, this retelling of the gospel sometimes made disrespectful jokes about Jesus and his disciples. Luke wrote down everything that happened because he wanted everyone, everywhere in the whole world to hear what he had to say.Bringing the life of Jesus into a new retelling for ages 8–11, Diary of a Disciple makes Luke’s Gospel accessible with a fresh new voice in the quirky and brainy Dr Luke.

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