Share with children this collection of over 150 simple yet profound prayers drawn from the great heritage of the Christian faith. Arranged thematically, you'll find both classic and modern prayers that express the joys and challenges of life. Readers will discover an unfolding picture of faith and the loving kindness of God as they go through this warmly illustrated book from beginning to end. It helps children find the words to communicate their own hopes, dreams, and joys as well as sorrows. Recommended for ages 5 to 9.
Memorize 84 scripture verses with this helpful guide book. Recommended for ages 11 and up, this book features 84 scripture verses in both the King James Version and the English Standard Version with helpful notes in the King James Version. Illustrations and poems are included, as well as helps and directions on how to memorize scripture.
Raising Kids to Extraordinary Faith is a valuable resource that gives parents and teachers a practical guide for developing Christian virtue in children. Filled with spiritual growth ideas and suggestions for developing a faith-enriched home and church environment, it provides everyone who influences children purposeful advice, spiritual insight, and essential awareness to help them make discipleship the key component of their parenting, teaching, or mentoring.
Using the alphabet as a guide, this book provides 26 devotional meditations for young children (ages 4-9), based on Bible texts that children can easily memorize. God's Alphabet for Life stresses that, like adults, children must be born again, come by faith and repentance to the Lord Jesus Christ, and live lives of thankfulness to God for His great salvation.
Kids Serving Kids is a fully resourced six week children's missions curriculum that opens kids' eyes to the needs of orphans around the world, inspires them to mirror God's compassion, enables kids to minister in practical ways, and emboldens children to follow God's call for The Great Commission. While learning to care for orphans, kids also find biblical answers to the challenging questions, "How do I pray?", "What can I give?", "Where can I go?" and "Who will I serve?"