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Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
Introduce children ages 4 to 8 to the Gospel message through this clear presentation of the plan of Salvation, adapted from Bill Bright's The Four Spiritual Laws. This memorable story and bright, engaging illustrations to help your children understand that they are loved by God and can begin their very own lifelong adventure with Him right nowtoday!
The four imaginary keys pictured in the story represent these four basic truths:
- God loves us.
- Sin separates us from God.
- Jesus is our only hope.
- When we receive Jesus into our hearts, we experience God's love.
Share this exciting story with your children and give them the most precious gift of all, a loving vibrant relationship with God!
Bill Bright founded Campus Crusade for Christ and spent more than 50 years leading the world’s largest Christian ministry. He was a bestselling author of more than 100 books and booklets, including The Four Spiritual Laws, the most widely disseminated religious booklet in history, and produced the JESUS film, which has since been viewed by more than 5.1 billion people in 234 countries, making it the most widely viewed film in history.
Brad Bright is the son of Bill and Vonette Bright, the founders of Campus Crusade for Christ. Brad earned a BA in political science and history and now serves as the president and CEO of Bright Media Foundation, an affiliate of Campus Crusade for Christ. He and his wife, Kathy, co-authored Because God Is Awesome!
Kathy Bright earned a BA in music and has served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ for more than 25 years. She is the national director of Discover God 4Kids, hosts the blog Kathy Brights Korner, and now the co-author of two childrens books. She and her husband live in Florida with their two teenagers and two dogs.
Popular childrens book illustrator Tracy Bishop grew up on a US Army base near Tokyo. From an early age, she fell in love with drawing and telling stories through pictures. She now works from her California home and takes inspiration from her son, husband, and a hairy dog named Harry.