Ruth Graham, daughter of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham, has updated a classic collection of Bible stories used in her family for generations. Step Into the Bible will delight as it teaches the Word of God to children ages 10 and younger and provides a wonderful way for families to learn and grow together - for devotions or any time!
In just 10 minutes, your family can take a step into the Bible. Fresh, creative and engaging --- this devotional helps you explore the Bible together. Designed for use with kids ages 10 and under, Step Into the Bible includes the following features:100 Bible stories highlight the core values of the Christian faith; Unique layout with rich, full-color photography; Open ended questions encourage exploration and spark imagination; Memory verses build spiritual character and knowledge. 'This book is a children's Christian classic. I am happy to recommend it to all parents, and urge them to take advantage of its unique approach. I know of no book on the market like it.' -- Billy Graham. Ruth Graham shares this collection of Bible stories that has been used by four generations of the Graham family. Winner of the 2008 Christian Book Award.
Ruth Graham has written six books including bestselling, In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart (Zondervan 2004) and award-winning, Step into the Bible (Zonderkidz 2007). Ruth is an experienced conference speaker and Bible teacher known for her honesty and authenticity. As founder and President of Ruth Graham and Friends, Ruth seeks to minister God's grace and comfort to those who are hurting and feel alone as well as to equip those who desire to help those who are hurting. Ruth is the third child of Ruth and Billy Graham. She worked in publishing for 13 years as an acquisitions editor and for five years as donor relations coordinator for Samaritan's Purse. She spent one year as Major Gifts Officer at Mary Baldwin College where in 2000 she graduated cum laude and received the Outstanding Adult Student award. She has an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters from Eastern University. Ruth has three grown children and six grandchildren. She and her husband, Greg, and his three sons live n?