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  • Making Jesus My Best Friend by Claudio and Pamela Consuegra
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Making Jesus My Best Friend by Claudio and Pamela Consuegra

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This baptismal study guide will prepare children age 8-10 for a wonderful walk with Jesus. It offers lessons with activities that parents and children can enjoy together as a bonding experience. The activities include not only fill-in-the-blank but also word games, Bible crosswords, and even a maze. By Claudio and Pamela Consuegra.
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"Children of eight, ten, or twelve years are old enough
to be addressed on the subject of personal religion.
Do not teach your children with reference to some future period
when they shall be old enough to repent and believe the truth.
If properly instructed, very young children may have correct views
of their state as sinners and of the way of salvation through Christ"

–Ellen White, Child Guidance, p. 490.

This baptismal study guide will prepare children age 8-10 for a wonderful walk with Jesus. It offers lessons with activities that parents and children can enjoy together as a bonding experience. The activities include not only fill-in-the-blank but also word games, Bible crosswords, and even a maze.

The authors use simple but effective object lessons from everyday life to explain basic doctrines such as the gospel, Sabbath, Second Coming, tithing, diet, dress, death, judgment, the gift of prophecy, and baptism. What Jesus does for us in the judgment, for example, is like what a boy in any ordinary family might do for his naughty puppy who messed up the carpet.

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Claudio and Pamela Consuegra


An ordained minister, Claudio holds a BA in Theology from Columbia Union College, now Washington Adventist University, an MS in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Counseling from Radford University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Family Ministries from Andrews University.

Most recently, Claudio served as the VP for Administration, Ministerial Association Secretary, and Director of Family Ministries and Ethnic Ministries for the Minnesota Conference. During his 28 years of ministry in the Seventh-day Adventist Church he has served as pastor to English and Spanish-speaking congregations in Oklahoma, New Jersey, Virginia, Wisconsin, Delaware and Minnesota.

Pamela’s most recent position was Education Director for the Minnesota Conference. She holds a BS in Elementary Education, an MS in Curriculum and Instruction, and is completing her work on a PhD in Educational Leadership from Andrews University.

As published authors, Claudio and Pamela have written many articles on marriage and family issues for the Adventist Review and the Mid-America Union’s Outlook magazine. Claudio published a Dictionary of Religious and Theological Terms in Spanish. Claudio and Pamela co-authored a baptismal preparation book, entitledv, “Making Jesus my Best Friend” for children ages 8-10. The book has already been published in English, Spanish, and Romanian. For three years Claudio and Pamela hosted the weekly, live, call-in radio program Love for a Lifetime on Life Talk radio. They have spoken for many family and couples’ retreats, as well as Family Ministries training events in the United States, Canada, France, Belize, Colombia, Mexico and Puerto Rico. For the last five years Claudio and his wife Pamela have also served on the From This Day Forward marriage conferences speaker team with Elaine and Willie Oliver, General Conference Family Ministries Directors.

The Consuegras have been married for almost 30 years. They are the proud parents of two daughters: Diana, an English teacher at North Dallas Adventist Academy, and Hadassah, a student in Osteopathic Medicine who is married to Greggory Anderson currently working on a graduate degree in Communication Disorders.