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Number of Pages: 384
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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Unfortunately many children are familiar with only a few stories in the Bible. Faith Factor offers parents and teachers the opportunity to provide their children with a book that will develop and deepen an authentic relationship with Jesus through reading and prayer.
Faith Factor NT covers the books of the New Testament and is full of "I-didn't-kknow-that-was-was-in-the-Bbile!" facts. This book will gently challenge children and new believers to study God's Word.
Jackie Perseghetti is a veteran homeschooler, author, speaker and freelance writer. She holds a B.A. in Christian Education with a minor in Bible from Bryan College, and her published works include two books, extensive curricula, and numerous magazine articles. She has led workshops at national conferences and has frequently been the featured speaker for banquets, retreats, and "Young Author Days." Jackie and her husband, Doug, have two grown children, Bethany and Ben, and live in Kettering, Ohio.
Debbie Campbell4 Stars Out Of 5February 10, 2009Debbie CampbellThis is a great book to graduate older kids off of the Keys for Kids devotionals. It has good thinking material and provides the reference to chapter and verse. I love the fact that it guides both parents and and kids through simply and very explanatory for the age, starting with a reminder to pray. It's very difficult to find devotionals that offer the content that you need to bring up kids in today's age with all the influences that middle school kids face.