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Wee Believe is the newly developed four-quarter early childhood curriculum for toddlers (18—36 months) and preschoolers (three to five years). It is written and designed to nurture the development of faith through age-appropriate Bible stories. Recognizing that young children learn through repetition, most Bible stories are explored over two sessions.
Participants in the Youth Worker Conference will explore the work of youth ministry by examining the call to love, as lived and issued, by Jesus. Find out more in this flier.
A color aquatint signed in black, dated 1936, by French artist George Rouault, 1871–1958. Christ on the cross divides the picture plane into quadrants with sky above and mourners flanking either side. It is depicted in deep colors with strong black outlines in the compositional style of stained glass windows for which Rouault is so well known. Rouault is an outstanding religious artist, and his work of this style is iconic in its focus and intensity.