Introducing Our Fourth Explorer Series

From Issue: R&R – March 2011


One of the greatest threats to young people today is the rampant immorality that surrounds them. They encounter it at school, on television, in the movies, on the Internet—and the list goes on. Their moral purity is under constant assault. In A.P.’s ongoing effort to assist parents in the rearing of their children, we are pleased to announce the release of the fourth installment of our popular Explorer Series—Christian Values for Kids. This Journey is designed to teach children the foundations of Christian values, and includes the following topics: Knowing Right From Wrong; The Value of Human Life; Alcohol and Drugs; Movies, Music, and the Media; How to Treat Others; Troubles of the Tongue; Honesty; Materialism; Laziness; Modesty and Purity; Pornography; Marriage; and Homosexuality.

Each full-color, 8-page lesson includes professional artwork and illustrations that appeal to young readers, as well as activities such as puzzles, word-finds, fill-in-the-blanks, true/false questions, and mazes—all of which are intended to reinforce the teaching found within each lesson. The series is flexible enough so that it can be used in Bible class settings, VBS classes, home schooling, or even summer camps. It is designed so that teachers have the freedom to send individual lessons home with each child, or compile all 13 lessons into a notebook that can be used in class and then given to the child for future reference at the end of the quarter.

Don’t forget the previous three Explorer installments: Journey #1—Christian Evidences for Kids; Journey #2—Faith Building Answers for Kids; and Journey #3—Jesus: His Life and Teachings. Please consider providing spiritual strength to a third through sixth grade young person in your acquaintance by giving them a set.


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