The Apostles' Creed: For All God's Children
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The Apostles' Creed: For All God's Children  -     By: Ben Myers

The Apostles' Creed: For All God's Children

Lexham Press / 2022 / Hardcover

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In The Apostle's Creed: For all God's Children by Natasha Kennedy and Ben Myers, children can join the friendly feline, FatCat, as he learns the traditional text of the Apostle's Creed. Kids will read a line from the Creed along with a simple, relatable reflection. A family prayer, and additional scripture is also provided for further learning. This vibrantly illustrated book provides scene's from the life of Jesus, while kids can encounter the God of the Bible who creates, redeems, and sanctifies. Kids can also search to find FatCat on every page. Hardcover, 48 pages.

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Title: The Apostles' Creed: For All God's Children
By: Ben Myers
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Lexham Press
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 10.25 X 9.25 (inches)
Weight: 15 ounces
ISBN: 1683595742
ISBN-13: 9781683595748
UPC: 9781683595748
Ages: 4-8
Series: FatCat Book
Stock No: WW595748

Publisher's Description

2022 American Book Fest Best Book Award Finalist for Children's Religious

2022 Northern Lights Book Award Winner for Best Series

"By far the most beautifully illustrated and theologically simple-but-sublime catechism for children" —Michael F. Bird

What God's children believe. Join FatCat, the friendly feline, as he learns the traditional text of the Apostles' Creed—the earliest summary of the apostles' teaching. Through the Creed, children can encounter the God of the Bible who creates, redeems, and sanctifies. Enjoy vibrantly illustrated scenes of Jesus's life and search for FatCat on every page!

Young readers and families will read a line from the creed along with a simple reflection to tuck into their hearts. With a list of Scriptures for further learning and a family prayer, this FatCat book is perfect to read again and again.

In a fun and accessible way, believers can visualize, memorize, understand, and confess the Apostles' Creed, which has united all Christians for centuries.

Author Bio

Natasha Kennedy is a freelance illustrator and homeschooling mom from Seattle, Washington. She and her husband, Lindsay, have four children and a grey kitty named Tiny.

Ben Myers is a theologian and author from Brisbane, Australia. He and his wife, Bella, have five children, a dog named Archie, and a gray tabby cat named Moonlight.

Editorial Reviews

This book has quickly become an essential resource for me, not only in my own family, but within the parish I serve." —The North American Anglican

"[This book] has helped our family grow in understanding the earliest summary of the apostles’ teaching." —Books at a Glance

"I love it, and highly recommend it. I think it would make a lovely Easter gift, or a good gift from a church to all member families." —Big Books, Little Ears


“Bursting with meaning for all ages” —Harold Senkbeil, grandpa and pastor

“A blessing to families” —Matt Emerson, dad and nerf warrior

“This book will delight children (and adults)” —Tish Harrison Warren, mother and priest

“Simple, delightful, and orthodox” —Carl Trueman, dad and teacher

“Simple and complex, full of beauty and mystery” —Hannah Anderson, mother and writer

“I can’t wait to share it.” —Wesley Hill, godparent and pastor

“Explains the faith so clearly and visually” —Anika Prather, mom and teacher

“A beloved resource” —Rachel Joy Welcher, mother and author

“Creative illustrations, beautiful writing” —Dan Darling, dad and author

“Brilliantly combines rich content and gorgeous illustrations" —Whitney Woollard, godparent and teacher

“Ancient, biblical, and fresh” —Jason Byassee, parent and teacher

“Wonderful resource for parents” —Jake Meador, daddy and writer

"By far the most beautifully illustrated and theologically simple-but-sublime catechism for children" —Michael Bird, dad and teacher

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