A film on the life of Christ is used as a teacher resource in Europe.

By November 30, 2005

Europe (MNN)–Many European schools are required to teach religion. While there are many religions taught, Christianity often gets a focus because of the heritage on the continent.

To cover the Christianity segment, the “JESUS” film is being used as a teacher’s resource in public schools throughout Western Europe.

The film is segmented into sections so the teachers can fit it into their class time. They are also given lesson plans, worksheets, and activity suggestions to accompany the film.

The program was first tested by a group of European teachers and changes were made based on their feedback. Many of them labelled the program a ‘goldmine’ of information, for those who are searching for solid visual materials to present the Christian faith.

As children learn about the life of Christ while learning arithmetic, pray that their hearts respond to the hope that comes from faith.

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