JESUS: WHO DO YOU SAY THAT I AM?
Discover the historical Jesus, Jesus in scripture, and his relevance today.
Jesus is at the very heart of our Christian faith; and his many names and titles encompass the scope of his mission that began over 2000 years ago. From the infancy narratives and his Jewish traditions to his parables, teachings and miracles, Jesus’ influence on human history is unparalleled.
More than this, Jesus came to help us understand what it meant to be people of God. The Gospels and New Testament writings give us insight into the impact Jesus’ message for his followers were both then and now.
Today, we make sense of our lives through Jesus’ teachings, which then helps us to embrace a more hope-filled view of the contemporary world we live in. Jesus – who do you say that I am? offers you to come on a journey of faith exploration, where you will meet and explore Jesus and his many titles, stories, art, and the lives of those who have helped to shape the notion of what faith in Jesus is all about.
DISCOVER AND EXPLORE
Students are invited on an exploration of faith. To meet and explore Jesus and his many titles, stories and representations in art, including the lives of those who helped shape the notion of what faith in Jesus is all about.
Discover the world of Jesus – from the infancy narratives and his Jewish traditions, to his parables, teachings and miracles, and how he influenced human history.
LEARN MORE FROM AUTHOR LAURA AVERY
REGISTER FOR A FREE TRIAL
Click on the button below to register your interest for a FREE trial of the Jesus module
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Laura is an experienced and passionate educator and leader across primary and secondary schools in Victoria, NSW, the Northern Territory. She has been involved in curriculum development at school, system and national level as well as leadership of professional learning and teacher education amongst a myriad of other interesting and challenging adventures. Her academic background includes qualifications in Theology, Religious Education, English, History, Education & Educational Leadership, Governance and Canon Law.
Laura is a contemporary and forward-thinking educator who approaches learning with students’ culture and context at the centre. She believes in learning experiences that create dialogue and encounter in imaginative new ways.