Book of Nehemiah (Chinese)
By the miraculous guidance of God, the Book of Nehemiah describes the return of Israelites to Jerusalem in 445 B.C. They not only had rebuilt the wall in only 52 days; more importantly, under Nehemiah’s leadership, they renewed their relationship with God. This was a major spiritual revival event for the Israelites!
The Book of Nehemiah multimedia Bible study product (Study Guide with Bible Study DVD) combines both auditory and visual elements to enhance the learning result. It is an ideal tool for Sunday school and Bible study group.
Bible Study DVD (Chinese version)
Mandarin/ Cantonese, Traditional/ Simplified Chinese subtitles, Total length 88 minutes. 8 Lessons, 12 sections, may be played by section.
- Filmed in the holy land;
- Contains invaluable artifacts found in museums;
- Explore living history, learn God’s faithfulness.
Traditional Chinese. 188 pages.
This guide is designed for Sunday school and Bible study group, which covers both Bible learning and life application. There are 8 Lessons in this book. It contains an overall introduction as well as analyzes in great details the entire book chapter by chapter. In addition, the end of each lesson lists several Bible study questions and life application topics for sharing.
Watch Bible Study video
We were stunned when we watching the Book of Nehemiah video. The 3D animation and voice-over brought direct visual and aural impact on us. We not only learned Nehemiah’s wisdom of leadership from God, we can also apply his attitude towards God to our own lives by the well-designed questions from this materials. It helped me to strengthen my faith to follow God.
Sister Du, Shanghai
Feedback for Book of Nehemiah multimedia Bible learning materials:
1) Vivid: The video is very vivid to represent the Book by 3D animations and real presence in the historical settings. It suites not only Christians, but also non-believers; 2) The discussions and sharing are helpful for us to learn more about our faith and the need of each other, in order to produce more lively and fruitful learning.
Brother Arthur, Hong Kong