Gods Smuggler Study Guide
Written to accompany Dutch author Brother Andrew’s inspiring 1967 memoir, this 16-page literature study guide by Sabrina Justison helps you get the most out of God's Smuggler. Literature study guides from 7SistersHomeschool.com inspire students rather than tire them with busywork that kills the story.
Instead of attempting to examine every element of a book on the first reading, our study guides choose two or three respected literary devices and use them as a focal point.
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Introduce your homeschooling teen to 20th Century History from a Kingdom perspective with God's Smuggler by Brother Andrew. Brother Andrew witnessed firsthand some of the 20th Century’s pivotal events. He lived in the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation in World War II, fought with the Dutch in independence wars in Indonesia, and after becoming a Christian, dedicated his life to smuggling Bibles into the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
God’s Smuggler has inspired our own homeschoolers to think about their faith as more than just a Bible class but a lifestyle- and not a boring lifestyle, at that!
God's Smuggler Study Guide
focuses on the following literary devices:
- Theme: What the Enemy Intends for Evil, God Intends for Good
The suggested writing assignments
- encourage a personal response from the reader to the author's autobiographical story
This NO-busywork study guide enriches the reading of the book for your homeschooled high school student.
God's Smuggler Study Guide
is EBook curriculum complete with
- background information,
- discussion questions by chapter,
- suggested writing assignments,
- supplemental activity suggestions and
- answer key.
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What are homeschool parents saying about God's Smuggler Study Guide?
"I purchased the “God’s Smuggler” Study Guide about 2 years ago when my boys were in 8th and 10th grades. We were studying about the Cold War in history and I had been wanting to share the book “God’s Smuggler” with my boys since I remembered reading the book in high school myself. I read it aloud to my boys and loved having the chapter comprehension questions to ask them after each chapter. Having all of the answers printed out at the end of the study guide was also very helpful even though I had just read the chapter. Each chapter had about 1 – 6 questions which covered the material, but didn’t “kill” it. There were also 14 vocabulary words to look up and learn to better understand the story. Highly recommend this product." - Beth G.
"As a teacher, Sabrina's literature guide for The God Smuggler was a valuable resource for class discussion, quizzes and tests. It would also be a great SundaySchool guide as you read through it together. Thanks so much for creating this guide!" - Amy M.
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Borrow Brother Andrew's God's Smuggler from your local library or click here to purchase a copy from Amazon.
(BTW, we do understand the rules of grammar and know that there should be an apostrophe in the title "God's Smuggler" -- our EBookstore is confused by apostrophes in product titles, so we had to remove it. Please forgive us!)