Monday, March 19, 2012

Welcome to our Easter Co-op 2012!

Thanks so much for joining us as we begin this Easter walk to learn more about our Lord, His ministry and disciples, and the last days of His life before His crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension to heaven. We will be using the Easter Unit Study Adventure as our guide through the coming four weeks, and pray that the learning is potent and that the message of His hope is as clear as a bright new day.

 The message of Easter is the most important lesson that your children will ever learn, and I hope that the Easter study and co-op can cement this message in their hearts and minds. They need to know and understand the depth of God’s love and His ultimate sacrifice for the promise of eternity—His one and only Son.

 I carefully choose one word for the theme of each USAB Facebook co-op, and the word for the 2012 Easter co-op is HOPE! My choice comes primarily from this passage:

“But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.”

(1 Peter 3:15, NIV)

I’m looking forward to sharing and learning in the weeks ahead, and thankful for this opportunity to help your children learn more about the hope that Jesus represents to each and every one of us.

During Week One - we will be exploring these Learning Objectives together:

Develop an understanding of who Jesus is – the Son of God, our Savior,
and much more. 

Learn about the time and places that He lived and traveled. 

Become familiar with the Old Testament prophecies that were about the

Study the years between His birth and early ministry.

See you soon,

Amanda B.

PS - Take minute to download your FREE Easter Lapbook and HOPE Printables as we begin this unforgettable journey together!

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