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Sunday, January 15, 2012

GrapeVine Timelines review & giveaway


Wow, this is really good....

was my initial reaction when I was looking over the copies of the timelines created by GrapeVine for both the Old and New Testaments.  

There are 2 styles to choose from:
These come in downloadable and printed formats in both Old and New Testaments and even blank timelines.
When completed they are each 10 feet long.
A great way to decorate your room with a overview of God's Word!

Also in downloadable and printed formats in both Old and New Testament.
This is my preferred style ;)

Whichever style you choose, both provide a complete overview using simple-to-draw stick figures. 

The Old Testament format has 2 'special' symbols to explain the gospel and how it is shown throughout the Old Testament.  I LOVE THIS!!
A third symbol to show the gospel is introduced in the New Testament timeline.  

This is a great way to study the Bible chronologically.  A great tool while reading through a Chronological Bible.  My daughter and I are doing a survey of the Bible.  I have  incorporated the booklet style into that study.  It is much more visually appealing than simply a fill-in-the-blank workbook.  And much more fun too!

Here are our first 6 pages:  (can you find the special 'gospel' symbols?)




These are all sold for under $10.00 each.  BUT the month of January they are on sale!  I recommend you get on over to GrapeVine Studies and order some.  

I can even offer you a coupon code for free shipping on the printed format.  This is a GREAT savings....NO SHIPPING, NO PRINTING, NO 3-HOLE PUNCHING necessary...It will come to your door ready to use!  
  Use this code
JANFS 

BUT HURRY
THIS COUPON EXPIRES JANUARY 31, 2012 

Now for the giveaway...oh yes, A GIVEAWAY.

Dianna at GrapeVine Studies is offering one reader a Teacher and Student wall timeline in your choice of e-book or printed copy.  Giveaway ends 1/29/12 at midnight EST.
  


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3 comments:

  1. Cindy, did you have/use the teacher book with the timeline or was the student booklet enough?
    Grapevine stuff looks so great, I'm really considering trying it out!

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    1. Definitely NEED the teacher book. Without it you wouldn't know what to do.

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  2. I've been using Grapevine Studies for 1 1/2 years with my 4th grade Sunday School Class. The kids love them! I use the multi-level books, but also have some Beginner ones, in case I want to simplify a lesson. Great stuff! Blessings, Joyce Glover

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