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Denominations Wall Chart Laminated *USE B9781890947347

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Denominations Wall Chart Laminated *USE B9781890947347
Many pastors, teachers, and Bible study leaders have asked for a chart that compares Christian denominations and what they believe on different topics. and middot; Baptist and middot; Churches of Christ and middot; Anabaptist and middot; Orthodox and middot; Presbyterian and middot; Anglican and middot; Lutheran and middot; Congregational and middot; Adventist and middot; Pentecostal and middot; Roman Catholic and middot; MethodistWhat do they believe about God, the Trinity, Jesus, the Scriptures, Baptism, the Lord's Supper, and salvation? This easy-to-understand chart has brief, concise answers.

Pamphlet - 100 Words Every Christian Should Know - Pamphlet

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Pamphlet - 100 Words Every Christian Should Know - Pamphlet
100 Words Every Christian Should Know is packed with easy-to-understand explanations of 100 commonly used terms and concepts in the Bible and church, such as justification, miracle, legalism, and more! Easily add depth to your Bible study and reading when you see each Bible term's meaning at a glance! 14 fold out panels, unfolds to 33 inches long.

Unlike heavy dictionaries and Bible commentaries, which can be hard to quickly reference and carry around with you, this slimline pamphlet on the top 100 words and phrases is easy to carry and slips right into the back of your Bible! With the turn of a page, you can quickly reference 100 Christian terms like "holiness," "justification," "trinity," and more PLUS their definitions and Bible references all at your fingertips!

For each term, get a simple summary and key references! It covers:

  • Bible Terms:
  • parable, Messiah, Kingdom of Heaven, and more!
  • Theological Terms:
  • Inerrant/inspired, preservation of Scripture, exegesis, and more!
  • Christian Terms:
  • disciple, flesh, fellowship, and more!
    Perfect for Christian ministry, discipleship, group and individual study, new believer's and baptism classes, confirmation, and much more!

    See 100 Christian and Bible Terms at a Glance with this Easy-to-Understand Christian Dictionary

  • 100 common terms, each with short and concise definitions
  • Scripture references
  • Fits easily inside most Bibles, making it easy to quickly reference
  • Glossy coating for durability

  • Whether you're a new believer or a seasoned saint, 100 Words Every Christian Should Know is a resourceful and practical overview of key words and definitions that illustrate biblical principles and the teachings of Jesus at a glance. Answer common questions like:
  • What does "salvation" really mean?
  • What happens when you practice "communion"?
  • Does God's "Word" refer to the Bible, Jesus as God in the flesh, spiritual revelation, or all three?
  • and much more!

  • From terms like "repent" to "baptism" to "holiness," rediscover the beauty & foundations of the gospel easily and clearly like never before in a simple and easy-to-understand format! This slimline pamphlet is thin enough to comfortably store in the back of your Bible and can be easily pulled out as a reference.

    4 Key Features of This Guide to Christian & Church Terminology

    1. Easy-to-Understand: Get a Clear Overview of the Most Common Terms in Christianity

    Enjoy clearly seeing 100 of the most common Christian and church words at a glance! Perfect for individual study, small group, homeschool, or your church library.

  • Quick & Easy: Easy-to-Use Layout Shows Key Information at a Glance

  • Save time flipping through heavy dictionaries, commentaries, and theology books when you can have key Christian words in an easy-to-read layout at your fingertips! Get a simple overview of the most popular terms and phrases used in church and the Bible such as Great Commandment, hell, communion, sanctify, and much more!

  • Bible-Based: Packed with Over 220 Scripture References

  • Easily navigate through the Bible with this quick-reference pamphlet. Enjoy knowing exactly where in the Bible words like "tithe," "tabernacle," "passover," and "Christian" come from! Jam-packed with over 220 Scripture references, the 100 Words Every Christian Should Know pamphlet ties traditional Christian words and phrases with biblical principles and concepts to bridge the gap between God's Word and how we practice our faith.

  • Great Christian Term Glossary for Bible Teachers, Disciples, and New Believers

  • Beginning to study the Bible or attend church is like joining a conversation that has been going on for over two thousand years. There are specific words with precise meanings and contexts to them being used all the time. How do you participate in the conversation if the terms and vocabulary aren't clear to you? Just slip 100 Words Every Christian Should Know into the back of your Bible and terms like "regenerate," "sanctify," and "Holy Ghost" will all be crystal clear at the turn of a page!

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    Pamphlet - Bible Overview

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    Pamphlet - Bible Overview

    The Bible Overview pamphlet provides an excellent summary of every book of the Bible. Handy booklet includes an Old Testament overview, New Testament overview, and a chart for each Bible book. The Bible Overview chart shows the name of the book, the author, topic, where and when it was written, purpose, and the key verse. This Bible summary is perfect for Bible study or adult Sunday school classes. Many churches use this Bible summary to kick off a series that goes through the Bible. Full color, 12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33 inches long

    Bible Overview

    Includes Bible Charts that Explain Each Book.

    Summary of the Old Testament Books of the Bible

    Divisions of the Old Testament Books
    • The Law (The Pentateuch)
    • Historical Books
    • Poetry and Wisdom
    • Major Prophets
    • Minor Prophets.

    Summary of the New Testament Books of the Bible

    Divisions of the New Testament Books
    • Gospels and Acts
    • Paul's Epistles
    • General Epistles and Revelation.

    Bible Overview's Summary of the Bible Includes

    • Who wrote the book
    • What topic
    • Where it takes place
    • When it was written
    • Why it was written
    • An outline of key events of the Book
    • The key verse of the Book

    Here's an example of how Bible Overview information is presented for each Book of the Bible:


    • Who: Haggai
    • What: Prophecy and hope
    • Where: Judah
    • When: c. 520 BC
    • Why: To urge the people to complete rebuilding the Temple
    • Outline:
      • Rebuild Temple (Chap 1)
      • Blessings (Chap 2)
      • David's Throne (Chap 2)
    • Key Verse: This is what I covenanted with you when you came out of Egypt. And my Spirit remains among you. Do not fear. —Haggai 2:5

    Pamphlet - Bible Time Line

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    Pamphlet - Bible Time Line

    Bible Time Line is the best-selling Bible timeline sold in Christian stores. It covers from Genesis to Revelation in a glance! Bible Time Line pamphlet shows hundreds of events in biblical history side-by-side with world and Middle East history. Know the 200 most important people and events in the Bible, including all of the kings and prophets. Compare biblical events to world events chronologically.

    For example, Bible Time Line makes fascinating comparisons: The first Olympic games in Greece were at the time of Jonah in the Old Testament. This handy pamphlet is filled with full-color illustrations and photographs. There is no better timeline of Bible history for Bible studies, church groups, Sunday schools, and small groups. 12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33 inches long

    The Bible Time Line Covers Every Major Event in Bible History

    It begins with Genesis and Adam and Eve, through the life of Abraham, and ends with the life of the apostle John and the Book of Revelation. The pamphlet provides key dates, events, and leaders from the Bible, world and Middle Eastern history. You will gain a new perspective on the place and time of biblical history when you see the comparisons.

    Fascinating Facts: Compare Bible History and World History

    Old Testament Events

    • The first recorded Olympic game in Greece was held during the time of Jonah.
    • Daniel lived in Babylon at the same time Confucius was in China and Buddha was in India.
    • Moses was leading the Exodus while the Sheng Dynasty was flourishing in China.
    • The Greek historian Homer lived during the time of Isaiah, Amos, and Micah.

    New Testament Events

    • Mt. Vesuvius erupted and buried the city of Pompeii just 50 years after Jesus' death and resurrection. The apostle John probably would have known about it.
    • Emperor Caligula who ruled 7 years after Jesus' resurrection was a madman. He made his horse a senator.
    • Trajan, the general who destroyed Jerusalem in 70 AD, later became Emperor of Rome. He officially made Christianity a crime punishable by death.
    • When Paul was taken under guard to Rome, he didn't see the Colosseum. It was built 4 years after his death.
    • Emperor Nero, who had Peter and Paul executed, also had his wife and mother killed.

    What Makes Bible Time Line the Best and Most Affordable Bible Chronology

    • The Bible Time Line includes:
      • The Books of the Bible and the centuries in which events occurred
      • A special inset covering Creation to Abraham
      • Biblical eras such as Abraham to the Sojourn in Egypt, Moses and the Exodus, the Judges, United Kingdom, Divided Kingdom, the Exile, Restoration of Jerusalem, Intertestamental Period, and ultimately, the New Testament.
      • Lists key events such as the establishment of the Abrahamic Covenant, the First Passover, the Tabernacle, the Ten Commandments, the prophets, the kings and their years of rule, the restoration of Jerusalem, the building of the Temple, the birth of John the Baptist, plus so much more.
      • Kings and Prophets Time Line Showing all of the Kings and Prophets of Israel and Judah
    • World history time line includes:
      • World events such as the emergence of writing forms, the first code of law, the Iron Age, the Trojan war, the founding of Rome, the birth of Buddha and Confucius, Alexander the Great's conquests, Cleopatra's rule, the fall of Masada, and numerous other events
    • Middle East history time line includes:
      • The building of the Egyptian pyramids, the rule of Amenhotep II (among other Pharaohs), the rise of the Persian Empire, the Roman Empire, and literally dozens of other historical facts.
      • Bronze Age and Iron Age Events

    Pamphlet - Christian History Time Line

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    Pamphlet - Christian History Time Line
    Christian History Time Line - 200 key people and events every Christian should know

    Christian History Time Line shows 2,000 years of church history in a single glance. This bestselling full color glossy pamphlet provides brief explanations of more than 200 key people and events that every Christian should know. Special emphasis is given to the expansion of Christianity, Bible translation into other languages, and world missions. Beginning with 1 AD and continuing through modern times, Christian History Time Line addresses church history in an easy-to-follow format presenting information century by century with color pictures and illustrations.

    If Christian history seems too difficult for you, or for those you teach, then it's time to take a look at the Christian History Time Line pamphlet. This pamphlet is easy-to-use and provides the key dates, events, and people that believers should know. Knowing Christian history helps believers become more confident in their faith. From century to century, history clearly shows the growth of the church into new regions and countries. The time line reveals more than 200 fascinating events related to the topics including:
  • The development of the Bible
  • Persecution of Christians
  • Expansion of Christianity around the world
  • Church challenges and how they were resolved
  • Bible Translations
  • Evangelism and missionary work

  • In addition to more than 200 facts, Christian History Time Line provides more than two dozen portraits, photos, and copies of historic art that capture the history of Christianity's 2,000-plus years.

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    Pamphlet - Christian Symbols

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    Pampjlet - Christian Symbols
    From the symbol of a fish to the cross, Christians for centuries have used pictures and symbols to communicate key and powerful truths about the Bible. But, where did these symbols come from? Why are they important? Enjoy clearly seeing 50 of the most common Christian symbols at a glance! For each symbol, easily find out key information, including its meaning, origin, uses, fascinating facts, and more!

    Fish symbols mounted on car bumpers. 'INRI' in classical Christian art. The upside down cross (St. Peter's Cross.) Discover the rich meanings behind each of these symbols and more in Rose's new Christian Symbols pamphlet! Enjoy having 50 of the most common Christian symbols in one easy-to-read format that easily fits in the back of your Bible!

    Covers 50 Popular Symbols and Images in the Bible and Christian History

    Packed with illustrations, simple explanations, Scripture, history, fascinating facts, and much more, Rose's Christian Symbols Pamphlet highlights 50 common symbols throughout history. Get a simple overview of the most popular images used in the Bible such as salt and light, shepherds, communion bread and wine, and much more! Covers--

  • Cross symbols
  • --the crucifix, Greek cross, Latin cross, St. Peter's cross, and more!
  • Greek, Latin, and Hebrew letters
  • --Alpha and Omega, INRI, YHWH, etc.
  • Popular biblical images and illustrations
  • --fish and loaves, keys, the Lion, the Lamb, etc.
  • Christian Imagery
  • Fish symbol
  • Anchor symbol
  • Trinity symbols
  • and more! 3 Features of this Easy-to-Read Christian Symbols Pamphlet

    1. Easy-to-Understand: Get a Clear Overview of the Most Important Symbols in Christianity and Christian History

  • Enjoy clearly seeing 50 of the most common Christian symbols at a glance! Christianity is often explained in symbols, parables, and metaphors. Deepen your knowledge for the Scriptures and church history with this easy-to-use pamphlet! Perfect for individual study, small group, homeschool, or your church library, this convenient pamphlet covers--
  • Name and simple explanation of each symbol
  • Meaning
  • Uses
  • Origin and history
  • and much more!

  • 2. Fully-Illustrated. Stunning Images and Clearly Displayed Symbols
  • Enjoy having an attractive full color pamphlet packed with illustrations and symbols that are conveniently formatted and easy to find. Covers--
  • 50 common Christian symbols pictured
  • Christian symbols (cross, fish, anchor, etc.)
  • Biblical imagery (bread and wine, dove, Lion of Judah, Lamb of God, etc.)
  • Photos showing how some of these symbols were used in ancient times
  • and much more!

  • 3. Quick & Easy: Includes Charts That Show Key Information at a Glance

    Save time flipping through heavy art and archaeology books when you can have key Christian symbols in an easy-to-read chart at your fingertips! See different types of crosses and symbols for the trinity side-by-side. Get a simple overview of the most popular images used in the Bible such as salt and light, shepherds, communion bread and wine, and much more!

    Discover Fascinating Facts in Rose's Christian Symbols Pamphlet

    Explore the interesting world of symbols in Christian history as you uncover the origins and uses for each symbol--
  • Archaeologists have found anchor symbols on Christian tombs dating as far back as the first century
  • Emperor Constantine ordered the Chi-Rho to be painted on his soldiers' shields
  • In times of persecution, when a Christian encountered a stranger, the Christian would draw half of a fish in the dirt and if the stranger drew the other half, the Christian knew that he or she was in safe company with a fellow believer
  • and much more!

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    Pamphlet - Christianity, Cults & Religions

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    Pamphlet - Christianity, Cults & Religions
    From Muslims to Mormons, there are over 77 million people in America who do not believe in biblical Christianity, according to a recent PEW Report. Now you can easily compare their beliefs to Christianity with this quick-reference pamphlet! Over 1 million copies sold! Christianity, Cults and Religions is the Best-Selling Cults and Religions Comparison Chart. Compare 20 cults, sects, and religions.

    This New 7th Edition Compares 2 More Religious Groups!

    No other Side-by-Side Cults and Religions Chart Gives this Concise Information: A Brief Overview of the Beliefs of each Religious Group in 150 Words or Less.

    Christianity, Cults and Religions will help you know what you believe and why! Packed with side-by-side comparison charts, simple summaries, and up-to-date overviews, this easy-to-understand pamphlet will help you quickly compare the key beliefs of 20 different religions and cults to Christianity! See what they believe, what Christians believe, and how to correct common misunderstandings--at a glance! Strengthen your understanding of Christianity and get practical insight on how to reach out to those of different faiths, including Muslims, Jehovah's Witnesses, Buddhists, Mormons, and more! Perfect cults comparison handout for Bible Studies, Sunday school classes, and homeschool curriculum. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long.

    ECPA Platinum Award Winner--Over 1 Million Copies Sold

    What Makes Christianity, Cults and Religions Pamphlet the Best-Selling Religions Comparison Chart?
  • Well-researched. Researched by some of the top apologists and scholars in the field including Paul Carden, former co-host of "Bible Answer Man" radio program, H. Wayne House, Ph.D., Robert Bowman Jr., executive director of IRR, and James Bjornstadt, Ph.D.
  • Short and concise. Christianity, Cults and Religions is an excellent short overview with brief summaries of the beliefs and basic history of 20 world religions, sects, cults, and new religious movements.
  • Up to date. Christianity, Cults and Religions the most up-to-date comparison chart from a Christian perspective available in print.
  • More groups than any other side-by-side comparison chart in print. Christianity, Cults and Religions features more religions, sects, and new religious movements than other comparative pamphlet. It includes groups others do not mention, including Scientology, Bahá'í, Wicca, and Nation of Islam.

  • Religious Beliefs Compared in The Christianity, Cults and Religions Chart
    Many religious groups use the same terms but hold opposite beliefs. Now you can compare the beliefs of Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Scientists, and Christians about the person and work of Jesus Christ--at a glance.

    Comparison Topics for Each Religion, Sect or Cult Group
  • Who is God--What is the concept of God or Supreme Power in this Religion?
  • Who is Jesus Christ--Is Jesus a central figure in this Religion? If so, who is he?
  • What did his death and resurrection accomplish?
  • Who is the Holy Spirit--Does this religion have a concept of the Holy Spirit, and if so is it a force, an ideal, a substance, or a Person?
  • What happens after death
  • How does a Person Find Salvation, or What is this Religion's Spiritual Goal?

  • Basic Historical Facts for Each Religion or Group Compared on The Christianity, Cults and Religions Chart
  • Key Writings or Holy Books of Each Religion
  • Founder or Key Person in this Religion or Group
  • Date the Religion Was Founded
  • Location: Where the Religion was founded and its current headquarters
  • Other Interesting Beliefs and Practices

  • Religious Groups Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions

    World Religions and Related Sects Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
  • Buddhism
  • Hinduism
  • Islam--Shi'a
  • Islam--Sunni
  • Judaism
  • Kabbalah
  • Hare Krishna
  • Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
  • Nation of Islam
  • Transcendental Meditation(R)
  • Bahá'í World Faith

  • Christianity and Offshoots Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
  • Christianity
  • Seventh-day Adventism
  • Mormonism (Latter-day Saints or Mormons)
  • Jehovah's Witnesses
  • Christian Science
  • Unification Church (Sun Myung Moon)
  • Unity School of Christianity
  • New Age Movement

  • Other Groups Compared in Christianity, Cults and Religions
  • Wicca
  • Scientology (Dianetics)

  • The 14-panel Christianity, Cults & Religions Chart is an excellent way to teach the key beliefs and practices of biblical Christianity and how it compares to other religions and cults. The pamphlet's concise nature makes it easy to see and understand how the religions and cults differ as well as what they may have in common. The pamphlet is a great resource for Bible study, Sunday school lessons, and missions classes.

    Also available as a full-length book with more in-depth information (ISBN 9781596362024).

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    Pamphlet - Chronology of the Bible

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    Pamphlet - Chronology of the Bible
    Enjoy seeing over 200 key Bible characters, books, and events across 2,200 years of biblical history at a glance!

    Ever wanted to read the Bible in the order that each of the events happened? Now you can! Chronology of the Bible is a valuable pamphlet and chronological Bible reading plan that helps you see Bible history from Genesis to Revelation in chronological order. Simple, colorful, and easy to follow, this fold-out pamphlet covers more than 2,200 years of biblical history. It includes over 200 key Bible characters, books, and events arranged on a timeline in the order that they happened. This attractive and easy-to-use pamphlet helps you discover where your favorite Bible stories fit within the larger story of God's Word.

    5 Key Features of this Chronological Bible Reading Plan Pamphlet
    1. Highly Practical.

    Includes a reading plan so you can read through the Bible in chronological order.
  • Packed with Information.
  • Includes over 200 key Bible characters, books, and events on a full-color timeline broken into short segments of biblical eras.
  • Easy-to-Use.
  • Shows historical events during the years between the Old and New Testaments in a simple, colorful, and easy-to-follow way.
  • Durable.
  • Like all Rose pamphlets, this pamphlet's high-gloss coating makes it a durable, convenient resource you're sure to keep with you and use time and again.
  • Fits in the Back of Most Bibles.
  • The perfect companion for chronological Bibles, this pamphlet can be taken anywhere! This fold-out pamphlet is printed at a convenient size that can easily be pulled out of most Bible cases and covers, handbags, and backpacks.
    It's an excellent resource for Bible students to get a quick introduction to Bible chronology at a glance! Perfect for individual and group study, church libraries, Sunday school, Bible teachers, and more!

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    Pamphlet - Essential Doctrine Made Easy

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    Pamphlet - Essential Doctrine Made Easy
    The Essential Doctrine Made Easy Pamphlet covers the basic Christian beliefs that everyone should know.

    Bible study leaders, Sunday school teachers, and church volunteers need a refresher on the basic Christian doctrines

    on a regular basis. New people who visit your church wonder, "What do Christians believe?" and "What is basic Christianity?" The young people helping in children's Sunday school classes may not even know what they believe.

    Essential Doctrine Made Easy Pamphlet lists and explains key Christian beliefs embraced by Christians around the world: Christian doctrines such as the Trinity, Christ's Virgin Birth, Atoning Death, and Bodily Resurrection.

    More than one-fifth of Millennials with a Christian background (21%) say Christian beliefs don't make sense to them
    --Barna Group, May 19, 2013

    So, what are the core teachings of the Bible that have defined Christianity for 2,000 years?

    Essential Doctrine Made Easy Pamphlet Explains These Christian Beliefs
  • What is the Core Christian Belief? Where Can I Find it in the Bible?
  • What Do I Actually Need to Believe?
  • What Is At Stake Here?

  • Essential Doctrine Made Easy will also show you where to find the answers in the Bible. The pamphlet also includes a glossary of Christian terms, a chart showing how other religious groups treat these essentials, and much more.

    Easily Learn What Other Religions Believe and Compare it with Christianity

    An easy-to-use chart shows how four other religious groups treat the 14 essentials. A key indicates whether the group accepts, redefines or denies each doctrine, enabling the reader to understand the controversies regarding these religious sects. Other religious groups include:
  • Latter-day Saints (Mormonism)
  • Jehovah's Witnesses (Watchtower)
  • Scientology
  • Christian Science

  • Essential Doctrines Made Easy also addresses belief in the inspiration of Scripture and the methods of interpretation, which are important to faith, although not a necessary factor in salvation.

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    Pamphlet - Gospels Side-by-Side

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    Pamphlet - Gospels Side-by-Side

    The Bible gives us four biographers for Jesus' life: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and john. See Jesus from four different points of view and learn how their views unite and flesh out an awesome portait of God. Consult this concise chart to find out why there are four Gospels instead of just one, why three Gospels are similar, but the fourth is very different, how the Gospels complement - not contradict - each other, why most of Christ's story focuses on his last week; and more.


    Pamphlet - Hebrews

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    Pamphlet - Hebrews

    In a time of persecution against Christians in the Roman Empire, believers then needed encouragement to follow Christ just as we do today. Hebrews teaches that Jesus Christ has revealed in a superior way God's salvation and grace.  By showing his superiority to the old covenant, the letter encourages believers to be faithful to Jesus. And by showing the trust and faith of believers in the past, the letter also encourages believers to trust in God's promises, even through the toughest of times.


    Pamphlet - How to Study the Bible

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    Pamphlet - How to Study the Bible
    With thousands of chapters to cover and over 66 books in the Bible, many believers wonder, Where do I even start? and How can I dig deeper into the Bible?

    Find out the answer to these questions and more with Rose's How to Study the Bible! Covering everything from how to begin studying to how to do in-depth Bible studies, this pamphlet shows new and mature believers how to dig deeper into God's Word. It's quick and easy-to-follow format is a great introduction, going step-by-step through the basic principles of Bible study. Discover how to use concordances to navigate through the Bible; find out how to dig deeper with Bible dictionaries, and learn how to apply God's Word to your life through inductive Bible studies.

    Packed with simple summaries, overviews, and helpful tips, it covers:
  • 7 "first steps" to take when beginning a Bible study
  • 8 basic principles of Bible study (covers how to read a verse in context)
  • Dozens of study tips and recommendations, including which key Bible verses, passages, and books of the Bible to study
  • 3 keys to inductive Bible study and the S.O.I.L. (four-step approach) that explains how to dig deeper into the Bible

  • Perfect to use as a handout/Bible study for individual study, 1-on-1 discipleship, small groups, or adult Sunday school class, youth groups, and new believers classes! 12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33 inches long

    Covers Key Bible Study Topics

    How to Study the Bible presents these and many other important topics:
  • Why study the Bible
  • How to begin studying
  • Basic principles of Bible Study
  • Inductive Bible study
  • Basic Bible verses, passages and books of the Bible to study
  • Study tools and Bible reference resources like study Bibles
  • And the S.O.I.L. (four-step approach) that explains how to dig deeper into the Bible.

  • Includes Practical Insights and Tips!

    Bible study leaders and teachers who use the How to Study the Bible pamphlet give students every opportunity to enjoy the lifelong adventure and spiritual discipline of Bible study. In addition to a systematic approach to studying the Bible, the pamphlet provides helpful instruction for personal growth and discovery that include:
  • The importance of keeping God's over-all plan in mind, the perspective of history and geography of Bible times, and the various forms of literature within the Bible
  • How to begin using inductive Bible study that asks, What does the Bible teach? rather than How do I prove my opinions by using the Bible?
  • Bible passages and topics to study
  • Applying the teachings of the Bible to everyday life
  • Key Scriptures to memorize.

  • Those who use How to Study the Bible will develop the confidence to read and study God's Word on their own with a new passion. There's really not an easier way to teach others How to Study the Bible.

    Topical index: basic principles, Bible software, Bible studies, commentaries, concordances, how to study, inductive Bible study, key passages, life application, parables, passage study, poetry, principles of study, prophecy, studies for beginners, topical Bible.

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    Pamphlet - Islam & Christianity

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    Pamphlet - Islam & Christianity
    Best-selling Christian booklet Islam and Christianity compares basic teachings of Christians and Muslims on eight topics and helps Christians understand the differences and explain their faith.

    Islam and Christianity Comparison Chart shows Christian and Muslim Beliefs on These 8 Key Topics:
  • Religious History
  • Who Is God
  • The Holy Scriptures
  • Prophets
  • Practices and Rituals
  • Salvation and Paradise
  • The Role of Women
  • Islam and Christianity Features a Handy Comparison Chart that Helps Christians Explain Their Faith with Cultural Sensitivity:
  • What Muslims Believe
  • What Christians Believe
  • How to Correct Misunderstandings
  • With this knowledge, you can have better discussions with Muslim friends and coworkers without offending them.

    Size: 8.5" x 5.5" unfolds to 33" long. Fits inside most Bible covers.

    Islam and Christianity is an excellent tool for pastors, teachers and others who are interested in discovering the beliefs that Christians and Muslims have in common and those that are different. This tool will help pastors and leaders equip missions-minded believers to avoid common witnessing mistakes and to be more sensitive about sharing their faith with Muslims. Discover what Muslims have been taught about Christianity and how to answer their questions and concerns.

    Table of Contents: The Islam & Christianity Pamphlet
    1. Religious History--Who are the key people to know: Muhammad, Jesus, Abraham, Adam
    2. Who is God--Understanding differences.
    3. The Holy Scriptures--Trustworthiness and inspiration
    4. Prophets--What is a prophet and who qualifies
    5. Practices and Rituals--5 Pillars of Islam, commandments of Jesus
    6. Salvation and Paradise--Rewards and penalties on the Judgment Day
    7. The Role of Women--Modesty and protection of women in each culture
    8. Religion and Culture--The concern about materialism
    Fascinating facts about Islam and Christianity
  • Muslims believe Muhammad is the final prophet, but that Jesus was born of a virgin and lived a sinless life.
  • Many Muslims misunderstand the concept of the Trinity.
  • Some Muslims are worried that Western society will corrupt their children because of the images they see on TV and magazines.
  • Muslims are committed to the Five Pillars of religion.
  • Do's and Don'ts from Islam and Christianity
  • Do make it clear you are a Christian
  • Don't argue
  • Do be sensitive to cultural manners: men should speak with men, women with women
  • When sitting don't point the sole of your shoe toward anyone

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    Pamphlet - Major Prophets

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    Pamphlet - Major Prophets
    Deepen your understanding of Christ in the Old Testament as you see how Jesus fulfilled key prophecies made by Jeremiah, Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. Features charts, a map, and timeline.

    Enjoy getting a clear overview of each of the 4 major prophets and what life what like for them. Easily see what each major prophets said about Israel and what they foretold about Christ-- He was born of a virgin (Isaiah); He is the Righteous Branch (Jeremiah); He is our Shepherd-King (Ezekiel); and He's the Son of Man (Daniel), and so much more!

    Quickly find the information you need when studying the Old Testament, including:
  • Quick overview of each prophet's life and message-- includes outlines, key verses, historical context, and more! It also features a Major Prophets Time Line, showing key historical events, kings, and exile
  • 5 key reasons why the major prophets are relevant to believers today
  • Quick-reference chart showing key prophecies fulfilled by Christ. Includes prophecy, fulfillment, and key scriptures.
  • Dozens of fascinating facts about the 4 major prophets. For example, ancient Jewish tradition asserts that Isaiah died by being sawed in half
  • Perfect for individual use, group study, church library, and more! Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches, full color, glossy coating. Folds out to 38 inches. Fits in most Bible covers.

    4 Key Features of Rose's Major Prophets in the Bible Pamphlet

    1. Easy-to-Understand. Overviews on each of the Major Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel)
  • Incredible overviews of each of the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel with--
  • Chapter Outline
  • Major Themes
  • Memorable Scripture
  • Solid background information:
  • Birthplace and key dates
  • Childhood and personal life
  • Their prophetic name meanings
  • Types of prophetic words delivered
  • and much more!
  • 2. Quick and Simple. Key Information at a Glance with 4 Quick-Reference Charts and a Timeline

    See key information, dates, and Bible verses at a glance with this pamphlets quick-reference charts:
  • Major Prophets Time Line, including key historical events, kings, and exile
  • Ministries of the Major Prophets, including location, audience, and historical context
  • Historical Perspective Chart, from the viewpoints of Judah, Israel, and Foreign Powers
  • How Christ is foreshadowed in the Major Prophets, includes prophecy, fulfillment, and key scriptures
  • Overview of the Major Prophets, including chapter outline, major themes, and popular scriptures
  • 3. Features Stunning Graphics and an Old Testament Map

    The kingdoms of Assyria, Babylon, and Persia had major impacts on the history of Israel and Judah. Gain fresh perspective and context of the profound effect that the exile and Babylonian captivity had on God's people. Imagine the clarity you'll gain by being able to see the foreign territories of the ancient near east clearly outlined at a glance!

    4. Practical. Include Simple Overviews that Unpack the Messages of the Major Prophets

    This pamphlet simply breaks down each of the major prophets into the need-to-know highlights:
  • 5 most important reasons to study the major prophets
  • 4 historical contexts and the audiences the major prophets addressed
  • 3 historical perspectives from:
  • Foreign Powers (Assyria and Babylon)
  • Judah (Southern Kingdom or Jerusalem)
  • Israel (Northern Kingdom or Samaria)
  • 4 ways the major prophets foreshadowed Christ
  • Short and concise biographies of each of the prophets

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    Pamphlet - Palm Sunday to Easter

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    Pamphlet - Palm Sunday to Easter
    Packed with charts, diagrams, and simple summaries, this quick-reference pamphlet--Palm Sunday to Easter--covers the important teaching and events of Jesus' life throughout Holy Week. Discover how Jesus' death and resurrection fulfilled over 22 Old Testament prophecies. This pamphlet is perfect for individual reference, an Easter Bible study, Easter Sunday school lessons, and homeschool Bible curriculum. Go day-by-day through the week leading up to Jesus' resurrection and hour-by-hour leading up to his death on the cross.

    Palm Sunday to Easter Features Incredible Visuals and Bible Study Tools
    1. Map and Diagram of Jerusalem at the time of Jesus that walks you day by day through the week leading up to Jesus' death and Resurrection
    2. Easily see where each of the key events leading up to Jesus' death occurred with this labeled, detailed, and drawn-to-scale diagram of Jerusalem during the time of Jesus.Timeline Showing 22 Key Events as They Occurred Hour-by-Hour before Jesus' Crucifixion
    3. This clock diagram/timeline shows 22 key events as they happened hour-by hour leading up to Jesus' death. It starts with Jesus being taken before Pilate and ends with his death on the cross. Explains Jesus' last words on the Cross, the words of the thieves crucified next to Jesus, and centurion's confession, from the 3rd Hour (about 9 am) to the 9th Hour (6 pm) when Jesus died. It uses Roman (modern) expression of time as well as Jewish.Diagram of a Tomb from Jesus' Time
    4. This detailed diagram shows the layout of a typical tomb from Jesus' day. Includes measurements and layout of key portions of the tomb, including the rollaway stone at the entrance. (Optional: This Jesus Tomb diagram is an excellent floor plan for creating a rolling stone model for your Sunday school or homeschool.)Easy-to-follow chart covering 22 Old Testament Prophecies and their New Testament Fulfillment by Jesus' Death and Resurrection.
    Covers Key Events and Facts on Jesus' Life, Death, and Resurrection, including--
  • Simple Summaries of Key Events Leading Up To Easter (Corresponds with Jerusalem Map)
  • Enjoy having easy-to-understand explanations of key events leading up to Easter. It starts with Jesus' arrival in Bethany 6 days before Passover and ends with his resurrection on Easter Sunday. Includes Scripture verses from all 4 gospels for key events, such as--
  • Palm Sunday and Jesus' Triumphal entry into Jerusalem
  • Moneychangers in the Temple and Jesus' cleansing of the temple
  • Jesus' celebration of Passover with his disciples--The Last Supper
  • His Crucifixion, Death, and Resurrection
  • Brief Overview of the Physical Trauma Endured by Jesus
  • Explains the medical effects of Jesus' mistreatments. He was flogged, beaten, pierced with a spear, crucified, and ultimately died--all of that for our transgressions. The 5-6 inch spikes that were driven into his wrist and feet more than likely severed major nerves, making breathing difficult and possibly leading to heart failure. This is an excellent meditation on how much Jesus loved the world, and how he voluntarily laid down his life in such a dramatic way to save us.5 key archaeological finds, such as the Pontius Pilate Inscription and Caiaphas tomb, which support the Bible's reliability of story of the Resurrection. Also, discusses the 2 possible locations of Jesus' tomb
  • Size: 14 panels, 8.5 x 5.5 in, unfolds to 38 inches long, fits inside a Bible cover.

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    Pamphlet - Parables of Jesus

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    Pamphlet - Parables of Jesus
    Jesus used parables to communicate important truth about God s Kingdom. This simple 14-page full color pamphlet is a perfect introduction to the parables of Jesus. All 39 of these heavenly stories with earthly meanings are explained: the Prodigal Son, the Good Samaritan, the Lost Sheep, the Mustard Seed, the Talents, and more. Excellent way to focus on God s purposes in the world. Includes tips for studying parables for Bible Study groups. Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches; unfolds to 38 inches. 14 panels. Fits inside a Bible cover.
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    Pamphlet - Psalms

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    Pamphlet - Psalms
    Enrich Your Understanding of the Book of Psalms with Rose's Psalms ebook. Explore this most beloved book, by learning the who, what, when and where about these favorite Bible passages. Discover the 10 different types of Psalms from Psalms of Lament to Psalms of Thanksgiving, and learn how to effectively read these beautiful scriptures. This Psalms Bible study covers the basics everyone should know in order to fully unlock, appreciate, and learn from these heart-filled cries.
  • Includes a great background summary of the Book of Psalms
  • Covers the 5 major and 5 minor Types of Bible Psalms
  • Explains 3 key characteristics of Hebrew poetry
  • Provides 3 practical ways of reading the Book of Psalms
  • Features helpful charts that give tons of facts at a glance
  • Shares insightful commentary on popular Psalms, such as Psalm 13, 23, and 100
  • Check Out These 6 Fantastic Features of The Psalm Bible Study
    1. Includes a great background summary of the Book of Psalms, covering the--
    2. Cultural and Historical Background of the Book of Psalms
    3. Authors of Psalms from David to Korah and more!
    4. Dates of the Psalms
    5. Structure and division of the Psalms into specific collections/books.
    6. Purpose of biblical Psalms
    7. Covers the 5 major and 5 minor Types of Bible Psalms Most of the time we read the psalms in a devotional way. But, sometimes we may want to explore a given psalm more deeply. Knowing the type or genre of a Psalm sheds light upon its purpose and meaning. This handy ebook describes the different types of Psalms and gives sample verses for each, such as the hymn of praise, psalms of lament, songs of thanksgiving, and more. Perfect for Bible study, adult Sunday school lessons, and homeschool curriculum.
    8. Explains 3 Key Characteristics of Hebrew Poetry Learn how to read, experience, and appreciate the Psalms as beautiful poetry. In this section, the Psalms ebook describes, explains, and provides examples of the different types of poetic techniques used, such as terseness and parallelism. Find out the 3 different types of parallelism used throughout the Psalms and how they affect the Psalms meaning.
    9. Provides 3 practical ways to read the Book of Psalms Learn 3 ways to read the Psalms and the unique benefits for each method. Includes how to read it devotionally, theologically, and communally.
    10. Features helpful Psalms Comparison Charts that Give Tons of Facts at a Glance This ebook includes visual aids that give you loads of information at a glance. Includes handy charts on how the Psalms were collected into different books, how the Psalms foreshadowed the coming of Jesus Christ, and more!
    11. Shares insightful commentary on popular Psalms, such as Psalm 13, Psalm 23, and Psalm 100 Gives a brief explanation and commentary on some of the most popular Psalms. Plus, it gives key historical insights on each and shows how to apply the Psalms to our lives today.
    The book of Psalms can transform our minds by teaching us new and exciting things about our awesome God; it can transform our hearts by giving us words to understand strong and complex feelings; and it can transform our spirits by pointing us to the right way to praise God through our words and actions. Learn more the beloved Psalms with this amazing study!
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    Pamphlet - Reformation Time Line

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    Pamphlet - Reformation Time Line
    2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation when Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg in 1517, triggering one of the most important revivals in Christian history. Christians everywhere were reminded what they believed in and why, and to put Jesus Christ in the center of it all!

    The Reformation Time Line pamphlet covers the dramatic events and key people that led to the formation of Protestantism. Gain fresh insights into the rise of Protestantism and deepen your understanding of faith in rich history. Includes:
  • 400 Years and Over 130 Key Events of Church History & Bible Translations (1215-1698)
  • Summaries & Illustrations of Over 30 Influential Figures (Martin Luther, John Calvin, Joan of Arc, King James, and more!)
  • Full-Color Map & Charts of the spread of Reformation & origins of Protestant teachings
  • Family Tree of Christian Denominations
  • and much more!
  • 12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33" long.

    See 400 Years of Church History in a Fold-Out Timeline

    Reformation Time Line is a small, 14 panel pamphlet that shows all the key people and events that were part of the Reformation--one of the most important periods in church history. This illustrated, easy-to-follow time line, begins with the pre-Reformation period, 1215-1515, presenting the dramatic events leading to the bold actions of Martin Luther and the onset of the Reformation period. Luther's actions were only part of the process that shaped Western Christianity.

    Discover Fascinating Insights in the 3 Reformation Time Periods:
    1. The Pre-Reformation Period, 1215-1515
    2. The trial of Joan of Arc, 1431
    3. Martin Luther is ordained as priest and celebrates first mass, 1507
    4. The Reformation Period, 1515-1563
    5. Luther introduces German-language worship services, 1522
    6. The Church of England branches off the Catholic Church
    7. The Post-Reformation Period, 1564-1689
    8. The term "Puritan" is first used for Protestants who want to "purify" the Church of England of ceremony and ritual not found in the Bible, 1564
    Packed With Charts, Illustrations, Map and Timeline

    The Protestant Reformation is a rich period of history, packed with key turning points, influential people, and unforgettable events that shaped the course of Christianity forever. It can be dizzying to keep track of it all, but when it's laid out side-by-side in timelines, charts, and a map, it's never been easier!
  • Full-Color Illustrations of over 30 Key Events and People
  • Origins of Protestant Doctrines
  • Map showing the spread of the Reformation
  • Family Tree of Protestant denominations
  • History of Bible translation into the English language
  • Christian History Timeline Covers Over 130 World-Changing Events and 30 Key People
  • The Pre-Reformation Period, 1215-1515
  • The Magna Carta
  • The trial of Joan of Arc
  • Martin Luther
  • John Wycliffe
  • William Tyndale
  • The Reformation Period, 1516-1563
  • Erasmus
  • John Calvin
  • Anabaptist movement
  • Founding of the first Protestant college
  • Ulrich Zwingli
  • King Henry VIII becomes the head of the English church
  • The Post-Reformation Period, 1564-1689
  • King James Bible is published
  • Separatists / "Puritans" reject the Church of England and sail to America on the Mayflower
  • Blaise Pascal converts
  • First missionary societies formed by Protestants
  • Easily Compare Protestant Teachings & Christian Denominations at a Glance

    Church doctrines and denominations can be difficult to understand -- but when you can compare the teachings and denominations side-by-side, it's never been easier! Whether you're comparing the Lutheran Church with the Anglican Church or Calvinism with Arminianism, it's all laid out in easy-to-read charts.
  • Branches of the Reformation including
  • Reformation Leaders
  • Branches of the Reformation
  • Christian Denominational Offshoots
  • The Five Solas of the Reformation and their meanings
  • The 5 Points of Arminianism
  • The 5 Points of Calvinism (TULIP)
  • Reformation Time Line is a fascinating and useful church history resource that you will refer to again and again.

    Used for:
  • Individual study
  • Discipleship
  • Small Group or Sunday School class
  • Christian School
  • Homeschoolers
  • New Believers' class
  • Church giveaways

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    Pamphlet - Tabernacle

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    Pamphlet - Tabernacle
    The #1 Resource on the Biblical Tabernacle
    The Tabernacle pamphlet includes a brief explanation of each part of the biblical Tabernacle. It also explains the symbols that are fulfilled in Jesus. It walks you step-by-step through the pattern of worship, from the Tabernacle Courtyard to the High Priest Aaron in the Most Holy Place, and the Ark of the Covenant. Perfect for a Bible study of the Tabernacle or the book of Hebrews.

    One glance at the full-color Tabernacle picture will bring to life the story of Moses and the Tabernacle in the Wilderness of Sinai. See the Ark of the Covenant and Mercy Seat, the High Priest and his garments, and the Holy of Holies. The Tabernacle of Moses was a moveable tent of meeting, the place where God promised to dwell among his people.

    Includes these full-color illustrations:
  • Tent of Meeting, including the Gate of the Court and Court Fence
  • Tabernacle Furnishings
  • Ark of the Covenant
  • Mercy Seat
  • Bronze Altar
  • Bronze Laver
  • Golden Lampstand (Golden Candlestick)
  • Table of Showbread
  • Altar of Incense
  • The Veil

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    Pamphlet - Temple

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    Pamphlet - Temple
    The Temple Pamphlet includes full-color pictures and diagrams of the First Temple (Solomon's Temple) and the Second Temple (New Testament Temple) in Jerusalem.

    The Temple Pamphlet is an amazing full-color booklet with hundreds of facts about the Temple. In the First Temple picture, each of the furnishings are identified. In the Second Temple diagram, you can see King Herod's expansion of the New Testament Temple with the massive courts that were added before Jesus' birth. These were the courts where Jesus taught and prayed.

    The Temple pamphlet has a detailed and colorful diagram of the Jewish Temple drawn to scale based on measurements from the Bible. Each of the Temple furnishings are explained in detail, as well as their functions, purposes, and the meanings they have for believers today. The Temple Pamphlet also has a question-and-answer section filled with fascinating facts about the biblical Temple.

    Teachers can show students the outer courtyards of the Temple and the area where Jesus praised the widow who gave sacrificially to the Lord, giving "the widow's mite." The Temple pamphlet explains each of the Temple's key features: the Ark of the Covenant, the Veil, the Holy Place, and the Most Holy Place (the Holy of Holies), to name a few. The Temple pamphlet includes:
  • A tour of the temple and its features
  • An historical time line and fascinating facts
  • A Q & A about the Temple
  • A beautiful illustration of Herod's Temple (sometimes called the third temple)
  • References to Jesus in the Temple
  • Biblical encounters that happened in God's Temple

  • The Temple Pamphlet tells the 1000-year history of the Temple in Jerusalem. An historical time line shows the years the Temples were built, destroyed, and rebuilt. The timeline covers:
  • The Tabernacle
  • The First Temple -- Solomon's Temple
  • The Second Temple -- Zerubbabel's Temple
  • The Second Temple (Enlarged) -- Herod's Temple

  • The Temple is an excellent overview on "God's dwelling place on earth."

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    Pamphlet - Then & Now Bible Maps: Bible Quick Reference Series

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    Pamphlet - Then & Now Bible Maps: Bible Quick Reference Series
    Easily see where Bible places are located today with this slimline pamphlet that fits in most Bible covers! Then and Now(R) Bible Map Pamphlet includes 17 maps showing biblical cities and countries in black and modern-day map boundaries in red. These bright, colorful Bible maps are affordable and have large print. They cover the major biblical areas: Canaan, Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, Paul's Journeys to Rome, and the land given to the 12 tribes of Israel. The Then & Now(R) Bible Map Pamphlet is a fantastic Bible study tool.

    14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long

    Most Convenient Bible Maps on the Market!

    Most Bibles only include maps that are black and white and show the location of Bible places in small print. Imagine having 17 full-color maps that not only show the location of Bible places-- but where they would be located today! This slim-line, fold-out format ensures you'll never have to flip back and forth!

    Covering all major areas mentioned in the Bible, such as Canaan, Babylon, and the Holy Land, this incredible pamphlet helps put Bible stories in context by including modern-day cities and countries in red. Features easy-to-read print, clear graphics, vivid colors, and more! Fits inside most Bible covers, making it easy to reference during personal or group Bible studies.

    Easily See Where New and Old Testament People Lived and Events Took Place

    Then & Now(R) Bible Maps pamphlet makes it easy to compare Bible times with modern times. On each of the 17 maps, modern-day cities and countries appear in red type or red underline if the name has remained the same. Then & Now(R) Bible Maps provides helpful historic information, such as:
  • The Holy Land: Then (1300 BC Twelve Tribes) and Now (modern times) uses color coding to show Canaan divided by the Twelve Tribes, and also shows the historical and modern-day names of cities
  • Paul's Journeys: Then (AD 47-62) and Now (modern times) shows the locations of the Seven Churches of Asia (modern day Turkey)
  • Empires & Kingdoms: Then and Now(R) shows the changing boundaries of the Assyrian Empire, Babylonian Kingdom, and Persian Empire
  • You will refer to the Then & Now(R) Bible Maps pamphlet often to see:
  • The Middle East Bible Times and Today
  • The Holy Land: Then (1300 BC Twelve Tribes) and Now (Modern Times)
  • Empires & Kingdoms: Then and Now(R)
  • The Holy Land: 1020 BC and 900 BC
  • Places of Jesus' Ministry Then (AD 26-30) and Now
  • The Holy Land: Then (New Testament Times AD 1-70) and Now (Modern Times)
  • Paul's Journeys: Then (AD 47-62) and Now (Modern Times)
  • Paul's Journeys: AD 47-62
  • Paul's Second Journey: AD 49-51
  • Paul's Third Journey: AD 52-57
  • Paul's Journey to Rome: AD 57-62
  • You will find Then & Now(R) Bible Maps is a very useful supplement as you learn more about the Scriptures.

    "Where is this Bible place today?" Then & Now(R) Bible Maps will help you better understand the events and stories in the Bible by showing you where they occurred in comparison to modern day locations. Your Bible study becomes more meaningful when you learn the location of Old Testament Persia and see the places Paul's first missionary journey would take him if traveling the same route today. You will also better understand the biblical context of the places that are in the news every day, like Syria, Lebanon, and Macedonia.

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    Pamphlet - Twelve Disciples

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    Pamphlet - Twelve Disciples
    This bestselling glossy, full-color, quick-reference pamphlet is an excellent tool for teaching new and longtime believers about those who walked with Jesus and what it takes to be a disciple of Jesus today.

    Jesus called twelve ordinary men and turned their weaknesses into strengths, their faults into testimonies, and their doubts into faith. Who were these men who walked with Jesus? What can we learn from their lives? This bestselling glossy, full-color, quick-reference pamphlet is an excellent tool for teaching new and longtime believers about those who walked with Jesus and what it takes to be a disciple of Jesus today.

    Get Fresh Insights & a Simple Overview of the Twelve Disciples

    What do you know about the disciples who learned at Jesus' feet? The Twelve Disciples pamphlet offers a close-up look at the twelve ordinary men whom Jesus trained to care for his church: Peter, James (son of Zebedee), Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James (son of Alphaeus), John, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot. This quick-reference pamphlet presents the life and ministry of Jesus' twelve disciples in a convenient and easy-to-use, side-by-side comparison chart. The Twelve Disciples pamphlet takes believers inside this circle to learn more about these men as well as:
  • Backgrounds and personalities
  • Key events in their lives and lessons learned
  • Strengths and weaknesses
  • Purposes and missions
  • Encounters with Jesus
  • And much more!
  • Glossy and full-color, every pamphlet fact has a Scripture reference. Size: 8.5"x 5.5" unfolds to 33" long. Fits inside most Bible covers.

    Packed with Fascinating Facts and History

    What were the backgrounds of the disciples? What was their collective purpose and mission? Here are a few of the facts people will find at a glance in The Twelve Disciples:
  • Each of the disciples were from the Galilee region except for Judas
  • The disciples were Jesus' main focus of instruction
  • Jesus knew their strengths and their weaknesses
  • Jesus trusted them to carry God's message of redemption to the ends of the earth
  • See Characteristics and Key Events in the Lives of the Twelve Disciples

    This bestselling pamphlet reveals the personalities and characteristics of the disciples. For example, Peter was impulsive and courageous whereas John was vengeful and bold. Each disciple had unique and personal encounters with Jesus that speak to the roles of disciples today.
  • Peter was called to be a fisher of men (Matthew 4:19)
  • James was with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36-46)
  • Andrew told Jesus about the boy with five loaves of bread and two fish (John 20:19-25)
  • Thomas affirmed that Jesus was Lord and God (John 21:2-7)
  • Bonus Features of the Twelve Disciples Pamphlet

    In addition to this concise overview of the twelve disciples, this quick-reference pamphlet also contains:
  • A chart of the 39 other followers of Jesus mentioned by name in the New Testament: Cleopas, Joanna, Judas (brother of Jesus), Mary Magdalene, and dozens of others
  • A list of 10 ways Jesus and his disciples demonstrated discipleship
  • Teachers will appreciate the thoroughness of this easy-to-use resource. Students will gain a new insight into the men whose lives and faiths were shaped by walking with Jesus. Pastors or discipleship leaders may want to purchase one of these pamphlets for each church member.


    Pamphlet - Twelve Tribes of Israel

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    Pamphlet - Twelve Tribes of Israel
    Enjoy having a simple overview on the 12 Tribes of Israel at your fingertips. See each tribe's symbol, meaning, history, and other fascinating facts at a glance. Includes incredible visual aids, such as a full-color map, family tree, Tabernacle diagram, and more. Almost every person in the Bible belonged to one of the 12 Tribes of Israel based on their ancestry: From Moses who was a Levite to the Apostle Paul who was Benjaminite. Each tribe had its own history, land, and heritage. Now you can easily grasp the "backstory" of each tribe and see key information at a glance! For example, find out the significance of Jesus being called the "Lion of Judah." For each of the 12 Tribes of Israel, you will get A quick overview of its meaning, size, family history, location, and more. A picture of the tribe's symbol (such as the lion from the Tribe of Judah) Simple summary of Jacob's blessing, Moses' blessing, and other key events related to each tribe. (Find out the major battles, controversies, and scandals that impacted each tribe. Plus, see which important Bible people came from each tribe of Israel.) Perfect for individual or group use. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long. Click here for reflection/discussion questions for Rose's 12 Tribes of Israel pamphlet. Features Incredible Visual Aids (Map of Israel, Tabernacle Diagram, and more) This pamphlet is packed with visual aids that will help you see key information at a glance. These visuals will enrich your understanding of the 12 Tribes of Israel and add depth to any Old Testament study: Family Tree of Jacob (Israel) Tabernacle diagram showing where each of the 12 tribes encamped around the Tabernacle. Time Line showing key events, starting with Abraham's journey from Haran Easy-to-read, full-color map showing how the "promised land" was divided amongst each of the 12 tribes according to their inheritance. The map is color-coded so you can easily spot each tribe's location! Find out Fascinating Facts about the Twelve Tribes of Israel: From the largest tribe (Judah) to the smallest (Simeon), this pamphlet is packed with fascinating facts on each of the 12 tribes of Israel. Here's just 4 quick facts about the Tribe of Judah: The tribe of Judah led the other tribes on their march toward the Promised Land. This tribe of Judah camped on the east side of the tabernacle the only side with an entrance (Num. 2). Jesus, Caleb, David, and Micah all came from the tribe of Judah. Judah means "praise" and its symbol is the lion. (Note: This is why Jesus is known as the Lion of Judah). See the 12 Tribes of Israel Throughout the Old and New Testament As you read the unfolding history in the Bible, it's helpful to pay attention to how God worked through the 12 tribes of Israel to fulfill his purposes especially his purpose of bringing from the tribe of Judah, Jesus the Savior, the "Lion of Judah." In Genesis, the first book of the Bible, we see God working through a family: Jacob and his 12 sons (who represent the 12 Tribes of Israel). Jesus came from the smallest clan from the Tribe of the Judah. In the New Testament, he uses the Apostle Paul (a Benjaminite) to spread the gospel message to the Gentiles. In Revelation, the last book of the Bible, we are reminded of a remnant of 144,000 people sealed by God 12,000 from each of the 12 tribes of Israel. Here's a list of the 12 Tribes along with key people: Zebulun Issachar Judah (Jesus, Caleb, David) Gad Simeon Reuben Benjamin (Jeremiah, Mordecai, Paul) Manasseh (Joshua, Deborah, Samuel) Ephraim Naphtali Asher Dan

    Pamphlet - What the Bible Says About Prayer

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    Pamphlet - What the Bible Says About Prayer
    What the Bible Says About Prayer Pamphlet offers help for Christians who want to know how to pray more effectively. What the Bible Says About Prayer Pamphlet will help you understand the power of prayer and will help you experience the peace that comes from a deeper communication with God. God cares about you and wants a relationship with you through prayer.

    This booklet covers the basics of Christian prayer

    • How to pray to God
    • How to pray for your needs and others' needs
    • The ACTS Method of Prayer: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication
    • How Jesus prayed
    • What to do when God seems silent

    Deepen your understanding of prayer. This helpful pamphlet will help you experience the peace that comes from diving into a deeper communication with God, feeling comfortable praying to God, and knowing how to pray and what to pray.
    14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long

    What the Bible Says About Prayer Teaches You the Basics of Christian Prayer

    • How to pray to God
    • Over 100 great examples of biblical prayer
    • Phrase-by-phrase analysis of the Lord's Prayer
    • What to do when waiting for an answer
    • Types of prayers God does not accept

    What the Bible Says About Prayer Helps Answer Questions about Prayer

    Questions about God and Prayer

    • Does God hear all our prayers?
    • Do some people get special access to God?
    • Why didn't God answer my prayer?
    • Is there an incorrect way to pray? Did I pray the wrong way?
    • Are there prayers that God doesn't accept?

    Question about How to Pray

    • Should we always keep praying?
    • Is there a prayer technique that will get you what you want?
    • Why pray at all?
    • Is prayer a form of worship?
    • What if I don't know what to pray?
    • How do I pray without ceasing?

    8 Signs of a Healthy Prayer Life:

    1. Prays frequently and persistently
    2. Asks in faith
    3. Acknowledges God's will
    4. Depends on the Holy Spirit
    5. Avoids selfish and hypocritical prayers
    6. Accepts when God says no
    7. Knows what to do when God seems silent
    8. Listens for God to answer
    Why Buy What the Bible Says About Prayer
    • Easy to read. Explains the Bible visually.
    • Full-color. Includes a Lord's Prayer chart and a basic introduction to prayer.
    • Easy to understand. Uses concise and simple language.
    • Fast. This easy-to-read pamphlet can take less than 30 minutes to read.
    • Durable. What the Bible Says About Prayer has a glossy coating which helps it last.
    • Convenient. This pamphlet's small size makes it easy to carry inside of your Bible, folder, or binder.
    • Engaging. What the Bible Says About Prayer offers fascinating facts and handy study tips that revitalize individual and group Bible studies.
    • Lightweight. Easier to mail than a book, enabling you to uplift and equip friends, family members, and missionaries anywhere in the world.

    Pamphlet -Basic Church History Time Line

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    Pamphlet -Basic Church History Time Line
    See over 2,000 years of Christian church history at a glance with this fold-out timeline of Christianity. Imagine having a Basic Church history timeline at your fingertips that can easily fit inside most Bible covers!

    Not all study Bibles include timelines and when they do they are often in the back, making them hard to quickly reference. Typically, these timelines only cover through the Apostle Paul and John's ministries, leaving many wondering: What happened next? Imagine having a slimline timeline that covers over 250 people (from Martin Luther to Tyndale) and events from the time of Jesus' birth through modern-day!

    4 Key Features at Your Fingertips:
  • Quick and Simple.

  • This fold-out timeline covers over 250 key people and events from church history, beginning with Jesus to modern-day.
  • Easy-to-Use Graphic Icons.
  • Spot key information a glance with this pamphlet's graphic icons that label key people, key events, major Bible development, church councils, and more.
  • Easy-to-Read.
  • Includes larger print and features full-color pictures, including a map showing the expansion of Christianity.
  • Loaded with fascinating facts that will add depth to any Bible study, such as: John was the ONLY disciple to die a natural death.
    It is more than a Bible timeline. Covering everyone from Jesus and Paul to Martin Luther and Augustine, it provides an easy-to-follow overview of key dates, events, and leaders throughout Bible AND church history. This easy-to-follow slimline pamphlet is filled with full-color illustrations and photographs. Enjoy having this slim line pamphlet that can easily be pulled out and conveniently referenced (without having to flip back and forth). Easily fits in most Bible covers. There is no better timeline of basic church history for Bible studies, Sunday schools, and small groups!

    Find Out Fascinating Facts That Will Add Depth to Your Bible Study:
  • The Wycliffe Bible, the first Bible to be completed, was done in 1382
  • One of the earliest Christian church buildings was built at Corinth in 50 AD
  • Seventh-Day Adventism, Christian Science, and Jehovah's Witnesses were all established within 8 years of each other. Mormonism was founded less than 30 years earlier.

  • This Basic Church History Time Line Covers Every Major Event in Christian History

    From the birth of Jesus Christ to the latest statistics on global Christianity from 2015, cover every essential event of the Christian church from 1 AD to present day. This Basic Church History Time Line provides key dates, events, and leaders from throughout Christian History like the Apostle Paul, Johannes Gutenberg, John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, and so much more! Gain a new perspective on Christian church history when you see the comparisons with major eras over the centuries like:
  • AD 1-100: Life of Jesus and the Early Church
  • AD 1500-1600: Rise of Protestantism, Age of Exploration, Puritanism
  • AD 1700-1800: Great Awakening, Political and Social Unrest
  • AD 2000-Present: Information Age, Globalization
  • and much more!

  • Perfect for individual use, Bible studies, new believer's classes, church giveaways, or to keep in your Bible to reference when someone has a question. Fits inside most Bibles covers. Size: 8.5 x 5.5 inches, full color, glossy coating. Folds out to 38 inches. Fits in a Bible cover.

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