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Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: WinePress Publishing
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
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--Max Lucado, Pastor and Bestselling Author
"Scott Brown's little book tells a big Gospel truth simply and gently, reminding and reassuring young and old alike of God's abiding presence. It's incarnational theology done with watercolor and rhyme."
--The Rt. Rev David M. Reed, Bishop Suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.
"My daddy told me that God lives in my heart. I know he's right because when I put my hand on my chest I can feel God knocking in there."
Parker Brown, 1st grader and Inspiration for "Just Where Does God Live?"
TrenchMommy2 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2010TrenchMommyJust Where Does God Live? is based on the question of a first grader wondering where God lives. The author, Scott Brown, takes this question and turns it into a story for to help more kids understand where God lives.The story is that Nate and Parker ask various people where God lives and they get a variety of answers. Some are silly and funny and others just don't quite make sense. So one night they decide to ask God Himself. The answer they get is "...inside of your hearts."I read this book to my 4-year-old and 6-year-old who really enjoyed the bright pictures and the fun storyline while dealing with a serious question in their little minds. That part that we (I) did not like was when the book said: "...I live in all spaces. I live in all people, I live in all places."I disagree with this. God lives in the hearts of those who believe in Him...not all people. The next page has another line that I feel is misleading.While the concept of this book is great, and the majority of the story line is great for young children, in the end I have to say it is a book I think is best not read unless you plan on following each reading with some in-depth conversation with the little minds that soak it all up.This review copy was courtesy of WinePress Publishing.