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« on: July 20, 2011, 02:50:38 PM »

OK, i'm not used to little kids, and I'm especially not used to reading to them.
I've been asked by my family and a couple friends to do a reading to a Protestant Bible School group that is from the story of Paul & Silas in jail.

How should I go about this? What could I teach them? Any pointers?

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« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2011, 04:04:37 PM »

LOL. What the Bible and the Church tell us.
OK, i'm not used to little kids, and I'm especially not used to reading to them.
I've been asked by my family and a couple friends to do a reading to a Protestant Bible School group that is from the story of Paul & Silas in jail.

How should I go about this? What could I teach them? Any pointers?

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1) That SS. Paul and Silas hadn 't done anything wrong.
2) Sometimes we suffer for doing the right thing.
3) Even when it seems bad, God is with us.
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