In a world obsessed with screen-based entertainment, it is easy to forget that the best entertainment comes from real life. The stories that truly affect us happen not to avatars or superheroes, but to real people facing real dilemmas with life-or-death consequences--especially faith-based dilemmas. It is in considering those historic tales, where men and women rose to the challenges of their day through an active faith in God, that thoughtful children decide what kind of people they want to be.
That was what Moses had in mind in his last sermon to his fellow Israelites, when he warned them to “remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations” (Deut. 32:7). He knew that if they forgot what God had done for them in the past, then they would turn aside from Him in the future.
This session is for story-loving moms, dads and kids. It’s an hour of inspiring, drama-filled stories from ancient times to present as we “remember the days of old and consider the generations long past”. With passion, a bit of whit and style, BiblioPlan author Julia Nalle will share stories from both BP’s series Remember the Days and Consider the Years about men and women from the past who clung firmly to their faith against all odds. In looking back and ‘remembering the days of old’ they kept the faith no matter what, trusting God for the outcome.