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Bethel Lutheran Church

a congregation of The Evangelical Church in America

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Sunday School
Confirmation
Luther League
Adult Education
Vacation Bible School
Sunday School Teachers
Here is a link to the Concordia Sunday School website with information for teachers.
 
Other Helpful Links:
 

Gospel Communications Bible Gateway—www.biblegateway.com

This site has the entire Bible online in many translations. The Bible can be searched by passage, keyword, or topic. This is a very powerful tool.

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Child Development—www.kidsgrowth.com

This Web site will help you better understand how children develop and what to expect at each age of

development.

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Preserving Bible Times—www.preservingbibletimes.org

Preserving Bible Times has an extensive, diverse, and high quality collection of Bible-times-related photographs. These photographic archives feature both land and aerial perspectives on a wide variety of Bible times subjects such as geography, archaeology, sites, culture, animals, and flora.

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Houghton Mifflin Education Place—www.eduplace.com/ss/maps

These maps may be printed and copied for personal or classroom use.

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National Geographic Expeditions—www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/atlas

This is a wonderful, interactive site with all kinds of maps and activities.

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Rome Reborn—www.romereborn.virginia.edu

Rome Reborn is a project of the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of

Virginia. This site is an interesting way to show students what Rome may have looked like at the height of the Roman Empire.

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Museum Stuff—www.museumstuff.com

This site will help you sort through the staggering number of museums around the world. Discover interactive exhibits and many other educational resources as well. Warning! You will find it difficult to pull yourself away from searching through all that is available.

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National Geographic Pyramids—www.nationalgeographic.com/pyramids

This is a highly interactive site on the history behind the Egyptian pyramids.