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Celebrate Our Christian Heroes (Instead of Halloween)

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Our Culture Loves Super-Heroes!

Hey, we all love heroes, but let’s let our children meet God’s heroes!

Would you like to teach your children about church history with a Heroes for Jesus Party? It’s a blast!

We have celebrated our Christian heritage and history with Heroes for Jesus Parties for years. Everyone always has a grand time! We love making memories while we learn together about mighty men and women who have changed the world for the glory of God!

Instructions are given for setting up your own Heroes for Jesus Party, along with monologues and costume suggestions for each hero and heroine. You just need some volunteers to dress up as a favorite church history hero or heroine and stay in character for a couple of hours. There is also a game or activity for each station.

Here are the heroes and heroines in this book:

  • Apostle Paul
  • Polycarp
  • Athanasius
  • St. Augustine of Hippo
  • St. Patrick
  • Pope Gregory the Great
  • St. Caedmon
  • St. Bede the Venerable
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • John Wycliffe
  • John Huss
  • John Calvin
  • Martin & Katie Luther
  • John Knox
  • Lady Jane Grey
  • Count Nicolaus Zinzendorf
  • John & Charles Wesley
  • William Carey
  • William Wilberforce
  • John Newton
  • Hiram Bingham
  • George Mueller
  • David Livingstone
  • James Hudson Taylor
  • Lottie Moon
  • Mary Slessor
  • Amy Carmichael
  • William Cameron Townsend
  • Corrie ten Boom
  • Nate Saint
  • Jim & Elisabeth Elliot
  • Brother Andrew
  • Mother Teresa
  • Derek & Lydia Prince
  • Bill Bright
  • Edith Schaeffer
  • Billy Graham
  • Nicky Cruz
  • Joni Eareckson Tada

 

In addition to learning how to have a Heroes for Jesus Party, let’s take a peek at ways to celebrate the Saints and why heroes matter. We will also take a serious look at Halloween. Of course, we have to add autumn recipes to make and bake for your festivities.

As a bonus, you will receive the template and instructions to make your own board game: Paul’s Journey to Rome. We love this game! It’s easy and fun to put together. You will just need to add dice and purchase some Tootsie Pops.

Enjoy!

Series: Celebrate
Author: Meredith Curtis
Game Creator: Laura Nolette 
Publisher: Powerline Productions
Paperback: 224 pages 
Age/Grade: Parents & Children's Bible Teachers

 
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November 1st, 2010
We love this book! We used it to celebrate Reformation Day instead of Halloween this year. I blogged about it here: http://www.paceathome.com/showthread.php?161-Ce [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on October 18, 2009.