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Lifeway Setting You Free to Make Right Choices, Workbook

Our youth no longer live in a culture that teaches an objective standard of right and wrong. Truth has become a matter of taste; morality has been replaced by individual preference, and our youth have been affected. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of our churched youth cannot state that an objected standard of right and wrong even exists! Setting you free to make right choices provides you with everything you need to empower your students to form a habit of making right moral choices based upon God and His word as their absolute standard of right and wrong. Equipped with a 35-daily session Student Workbook. Note: Leaders Guide sold separately.
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Date:July 7, 2009
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Bruce Hill
July 7, 2009I have used this book with two different 8th grade classes beginning in 2008 at a private school that is striving to live up to its name of Central Holmes Christian School.The material in the book presents all the truth necessary for the 13-14 year old student to learn. The teacher is more of a moderator or guide to be sure the student understands and to answer questions.I am ordering 22 books today for the third 8th grade class to use beginning in August. I spend 9 weeks in covering the material in a class that meets for 50 minutes.I give daily grades based on the student simply answering all the questions posed in the book. Some answers may not be what I believe is correct, but it gives me an understanding of what the student is in their personal life and how I may work to present God and Jesus Christ as the answer to helping them make the "right choices."You can add supplemental material to further support the truth of making "right choices" with handouts and I even prepares ome material for the student to take home to the parents.
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