Young readers of all ages can read the Life of Jesus Christ and His Teachings. 



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The Love of Jesus Bible Reader Series educates young readers, including early emerging readers, in the foundation of the Lord’s message, guiding them to read Scripture within the framework of the story of Jesus. 

The book presents simple gospel texts with illustrations rooted in the Church’s history of art, followed by questions and prayers that invite creative involvement while strengthening Bible reading comprehension.

There is the opportunity for students to become self-extending Bible readers, incorporating a balance of meaning, structure and visual cues, as they may respond to the story through language arts activities: reading, discussing, coloring, writing, drawing, and sharing with others an understanding of gospel truth. 


How the stories are presented.

Let’s Read. Think. Do. And make this book your own.


The Love of Jesus contains 30 gospel stories with a table of contents (2) stained glass window illustrations for coloring, (3) questions, (4) prayers, (5) scripture references, (6) write and color spaces, (7) optional further scriptural reading of the New Testament books for advanced readers, (8) and a How to Use This Book section with adaptable language arts strategies and Bible reading readiness methods. 

The stories are divided into six units, (Jesus’ Birth, Miracles of Jesus, Jesus’ Healings, Jesus Loves People, Sayings of Jesus and The Risen Jesus), and offer the flexibility for independent learning or as a 36 week classroom course.  The lessons are self-contained in the book and can be expanded from five minutes to an hour, depending on the length and number of strategies implemented with no additional materials or prep time required.  

 The book is simply organized for parents and new teachers and equips Individual learners, Family groups, Children’s Worship, Church School, Small groups, Bible Study classes, Elementary reading programs ages.

 The Love of Jesus Bible Reader is authorized for reading in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.