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Life's biggest adventure : junior young people leader Term 2, Year 1 / editor: Dorothy M. Clack
Bib ID 2258834
Format BookBook
Description [Auburn, Victoria : Australian Baptist Board of Christian Education, 197-?] 
63 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Word & life curriculum.

Notes

Companion volume to: Life's biggest adventure : junior young people.

Subjects Bible. -- Study and teaching.  |  Bible. Romans -- Study and teaching.  |  Christian life -- Study and teaching.  |  Christian education of teenagers.
Other authors/contributors Clack, Dorothy M  |  New Zealand Baptist Board of Christian Education  |  Australian Baptist Board of Christian Education
Also Titled

Life's biggest adventure : junior young people.

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