The Lord's Prayer Unplugged A Wealth of Ideas Opening Up the Prayer in Ten Sessions by Mrs Lucy Moore
  

The Lord's Prayer Unplugged A Wealth of Ideas Opening Up the Prayer in Ten Sessions

Written by Mrs Lucy Moore
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Synopsis

The Lord's Prayer Unplugged A Wealth of Ideas Opening Up the Prayer in Ten Sessions by Mrs Lucy Moore

The Lord's Prayer Unplugged provides a unique opportunity to explore the biblical breadth and depth encapsulated in Jesus' famous prayer. The material can be used as a complete teaching programme over the course of ten weeks. Alternatively, each unit stands alone so that the phrases can be studied separately and linked into the teaching of a Bible passage springing from the phrase. An index of Bible passages is included at the end of the book. Each phrase of the prayer is explored through creative ideas, offering a wealth of thematic gems for teachers to pick and choose to suit their situation. Each unit includes: Get your bearings Extra ideas Why not decorate your space...Prayer Quiet space Songs Icebreakers Craft and art Puppets Bible exploring Ongoing wall display Includes photocopy permission.

Reviews

From: The Church Times 6 May 2005 A resource that has helped me with assembly ideas, though it is aimed at group sessions, kid's clubs, or holiday-workshop events is Lucy Moore's The Lord's Prayer Unplugged. Its material for ten active sessions is aimed at Key Stage 2 children, but it is adaptable up and downwards: sketches, crafts, stories, and ideas for praying and singing. From Directions September 2004 A teaching programme for 7 - 11 year olds, sharing the riches of the Lord's Prayer in some ten sessions. There is a clear and simple purpose, to teach this central treasure of the Christian faith, phrase by phrase. There is plenty of material in each session, probably more than one could fit into the time available. It will need energy and commitment from the teachers, but for those whose problem is a lack of confidence in the teaching, this is a most valuable aid. From Star News - diocese of London August 2004 Whew! Although this book claims to have only 10 sessions of the Lord's Prayer, there's so much material that it will keep you going for much longer! Breaking the prayer into 10 phrases, each session has ice-breakers, ideas for quiet reflection, drama, stories, biblical links, prayer ideas and songs.

About the Author

Lucy Moore is the founder of Messy Church, a rapidly-growing ministry that is now in over 20 countries worldwide. She is responsible for developing the work of Messy Church nationally and internationally-writing, speaking, reflecting and developing Messy projects. Before working full-time with Messy Church, Lucy was a member of BRF's Barnabas children's ministry team, offering training for those wanting to bring the Bible to life for children in churches and schools across the UK, and using drama and storytelling to explore the Bible with children herself. Her books include titles in the Messy Church series, as well as AllAge Worship, Colourful Creation, Bethlehem Carols Unpacked, The Lord's Prayer Unplugged and The Gospels Unplugged. She also presents Messy Church: the DVD. A secondary-school teacher by training, she enjoys acting, walking Minnie the dog, marvelling at the alien world of her two teenage children and guiltily watching unimproving television programmes. She is a Lay Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Mrs Lucy Moore
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Publisher

Barnabas for Children an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

18th May 2012

ISBN

9780857462299


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