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Wrangler Roundup : Finding Jesus in the Stories of Mosesby Unknown
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What version or edition is this?
This is the CD edition with a publication date of 4/4/2013.
What is included with this book?
Gospel Light's newest KidsTimeŽ 13-week course is Wrangler Roundup, where the fun and excitement of the Wild West combine with a journey of discovery--finding Jesus in the life and times of Moses. Extending the theme of SonWest Roundup, kids ages 3-12 will hear more about Moses and will discover how Jesus is found in every part of Moses' story--and in their life stories, too! They will learn that they can have Ultimate Courage, Ultimate Safety and Ultimate Mercy (and so much more!) as they learn to rely on Jesus!
Gospel Light is a multi-faceted publisher of fun and creative Sunday School curriculum, exciting Vacation Bible School programs and inspiring biblical books. For nearly 70 years, Gospel Light has equipped teachers with the best tools for reaching children with the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Gospel Light remembers what it\u2019s like to see the world through a child\u2019s eyes, producing Sunday School curriculum and ministry resources designed to reach kids right where they are, teaching God and His Word through hands-on activities that engage their intense curiosity and openness to learning new things. The mission of Gospel Light is still the same today as it was in 1933: "To know Christ and to make Him known."