This resource has been designed to be used on a video conferencing platform (e.g. zoom) for people of all ages. The resource includes ideas for people to do at home before and after they have met online, as well as a 40 – 45 minute programme of activities as you explore the great story of Pentecost from the book of Acts together.
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Dear Theo
Letters to a friend.

We are delighted to announce the launch of an accessible version of Luke and Acts in one volume. Published in conjunction with Biblica Europe, “Dear Theo – Letters to a Friend” aims to help young people get to know Jesus better.

“I am doing this for you, most excellent Theophilus. I want you to know that the things you have been taught are true.” Luke 1 (NIrV)

Whether Theophilus was a real friend of Luke, or if he was using a generic term to include all “friends of God”, Luke creates a beautiful personal start to his account of Jesus’ life, death, resurrection, ascension and the spreading of the incredible news through the Holy Spirit.

Luke was keen that we knew that these books were written so that the reader would get to know Jesus!

An easy-to-read format with great illustrations

Dear Theo uses the text of the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) which has been produced to be read and understood more easily.

The chapters and verses have also been removed to make it read like other books we are used to.

Jason Ramasami’s illustrations are a great addition to the story providing an opportunity for conversation around what they represent.

We are excited to be able to offer these books at only £1 a copy when you order ten or more copies.
(This is an exclusive offer within Scotland – for anyone living outwith Scotland, please contact Biblica Europe)

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Dear Theo study materials

Get in touch

If you have any questions, please contact our Children’s Resource Manager, Jen Robertson. You can phone her on 0131 347 9820 or send her an email.

Dear Theo is an initiative of Biblica – information and resources are reproduced by kind permission of Biblica Europe.