In language children and adolescents can understand, Randy Alcorn explores Biblical answers to the questions young people often have about heaven. Intended for children ages 8-12, this is a great resource for families as they discuss the hard questions about where we go when we die; what is the New Earth, and when will it be created; is heaven where God lives? When these questions are answered, it should change how a child lives on earth, as Randy encourages him to "live in light of heaven." Unabridged. 3 Hours. 3 CDs. Narrated by the author.
Kids have always asked... Where exactly is Heaven? I know Jesus will be there, but will I get to hang out with my friends and family too? Will I get to play sports?... and adults have always wanted to give better answers. As a parent and a grandparent, Randy Alcorn knows how important it is to pass along the biblical truths about Heaven. So in Heaven for Kids, Randy has adapted his best-selling book Heaven for a younger generation. He’s made all the great information and fresh teaching accessible and applicable for kids. Heaven for Kids is set up in an easy-to-use question-and-answer format, covers all the topics that kids wonder about, as well as questions they haven’t even thought of yet, and contains kid-friendly language sure to spark ongoing family discussions about our promised destination. They'll ask... be ready!
"Alcorn has been narrating his own books for some time now, for better or worse. His untrained style is never better utilized than here. In this work about the concept of heaven (an adaptation of his work HEAVEN, for adults) he keeps his manner conversational, as if talking directly to children. Kids introduce the questions, and Alcorn responds. He sounds practiced as well as comfortable with his own vocal limitations. He speaks kids' language, interjecting words like "cool" and "awesome" where he feels necessary. This adaptation is also aimed at adults looking for ways to answer their kids questions, although preschoolers may not understand some of the deeper concepts."
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