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Number of Pages: 24
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)|
Inspired by the #1 hit song "Good Good Father," as heard on Chris Tomlins new album
"Oh, Ive heard a thousand stories of what they think youre like . . . but Ive heard the tender whisper of love in the dead of night . . . and you tell me that youre pleased . . . and that Im never alone. Youre a good good Father."
Experience the truth of Gods love for His children in refreshing, heartwarming ways through the childrens board book Good Good Father for Little Ones, illustrated with stunning art by Lorna Hussey and penned by Grammy Award-winning Christian music artist Chris Tomlin and Pat Barrett.
With sweet, rhyming text, Good Good Father for Little Ones explores many of the attributes that make God such a good, good Father: like a warrior, He protects you; like a teacher, He helps you learn and grow; like a doctor, He makes you feel better; like a farmer, He provides the food you need; like a musician, He brings you joy. Most of all, a good, good Father loves you!
Based on the childrens picture book Good Good Father, this precious rhyming adaptation will leave little ones with a greater assurance that God truly is a good, good Father and they are loved by Him.
With 11 albums, 16 #1 radio singles, a Grammy Award, 21 Dove Awards, and two platinum and five gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well-known and influential artists in music. His songs include "How Great Is Our God," "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)," "Our God," and most recently, "Good Good Father," to name a few. It is estimated that each week 2030 million people sing one of Tomlins songs in worship. He also cowrote the bestselling childrens book, Good Good Father. More than anything, Chris loves being a husband to Lauren and a daddy to Ashlyn and Madison.
Pat Barrett is a husband, father, songwriter, and worship leader based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He is the worship pastor of Grace-Midtown Church and cowriter of the #1 song "Good Good Father." Pat also travels with Housefires, a worship expression based out of the Atlanta area.