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These Are Our Bodies: Preschool & Elementary Leader Guide: Talking Faith & Sexuality at Church & Home

These Are Our Bodies: Preschool & Elementary Leader Guide: Talking Faith & Sexuality at Church & Home

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Faith formation resource for children on human sexuality.

This sexuality education resource from a mainline/progressive denominational prospective aids the leader, child (participant), and parent in learning about their body and using skills that enable them to embrace and affirm the wholeness of sexuality as part of who they are. Session plans will address facts about sexuality, vocabulary, decision making, faith and daily life, respect, growth and change, behavior, responsibility, values, prayer, and intentionality in an age appropriate manner for children and their parents. One Leader Guide will cover all ages, with three Parent Books (Preschool: 3- to 5-yearolds, Primary: 6- to 8-year-olds, and Intermediate: 9- to 11-year-olds), and two Participant Books (Primary and Intermediate ages).

Session topics include: - We are Wonderfully Made - We are Complex - We are Changing - We are Knowledgeable - We are Equipped - We are Called - We are Growing Up

Author: Jenny Beaumont, Abbi Long
Publisher: Church Publishing
Published: 08/17/2017
Pages: 248
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.85lbs
Size: 10.90h x 8.40w x 0.80d
ISBN: 9780898690118

About the Author
Beaumont, Jenny: - Jenny Beaumont is a Christian educator, trained facilitator, and teacher currently serving at Christ Episcopal Church, Charlotte, North Carolina. She brings more than 15 years of experience in education and ministry to the dynamic conversation that connects the experience of faith with our sexuality through her He, She, We and God seminar. She writes curriculums, trains other facilitators, and leads workshops throughout the nation.Long, Abbi: - Abbi Long is the Director of Ministry at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Louisville, Kentucky. Previously she served for six years as a youth ministry program leader in the United Methodist Church and taught special education for seven years in both elementary and middle school. Her MaEd from the University of Louisville and MDiv degree from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary combine as a strong foundation for Christian education and curriculum development.

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