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Almost every night Thomas and his father watch the night sky. One night, Thomas has a question: "Dad, how do we know God is out there?" Together, Thomas and his father begin to examine the cosmological evidence for God's existence as seen through the expansion of the universe. This fun picture book is designed to introduce kids to an important question of the Christian faith in terms even pre-readers can understand. NIV Scripture. 9.25" x 7.25". Hardcover.
Thomas and his class are going on a field trip to the Museum of Natural Science to see the new insect exhibit. There Thomas and all of his friends discover all kinds of interesting and unique insects, as well as an important lesson about God's creation. The kids learn that God created all of these unique creatures, just as He uniquely created all of us!
Thomas is so excited to go to summer camp and meet up with all of his friends from last summer. But when the kids find out that their friend Daniel's grandfather has passed away, the news puts a damper on their mood and brings up some important questions the kids have about Jesus' Resurrection and the afterlife. Read along and discover with Thomas and his friends about how we know that Jesus truly rose from the dead. A great tool to use in discussions with your children!
Thomas has been saving his money to buy a new skateboard. So when his grandparents accidentally pay him twice for washing their car, he is faced with a troubling choice-does he give back the money? Or use it to buy the board in time for the new skateboarding club that's starting soon? Wracked with guilt, Thomas sits down with his grandfather and discusses the hard questions of guilt and the moral law. Hardcover. Ages 6-11.
The fourth book in the Young Defender's Series from Apologia Press.
The book of Genesis tells us that in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. He did it all in six days and then rested on the seventh.
Help your children know and understand this important biblical truth with this uniquely illustrated picture book that recounts God's marvelous, loving work of creation. Following the biblical account of what happened during the first seven days of creation, the elegantly-simple pages focus on one phrase with matching illustration at a time. The unique pace makes the reader slow down and focus on each element of the account---while the accompanying illustrations make the story easy to remember. Activities for each day of creation are suggested. 80 pages. NIV Scripture used.
This beautifully illustrated book is a great tool to help introduce little ones to the simple and wonderful ways we can worship God daily and inspire them to enjoy the Lord with their entire being all through the day. Filled with activities and suggested questions for each day of the week, this book can be used as a discipleship tool to help children grow with God. You can read the book simply as a story, or use this as a jumping off point for children to learn about worshipping and growing with God. Recommended for ages 1-8.
Based on the Good Morning, God illustrated children's book, this coloring book reinforces the ways children can worship God daily. 32 pages; ages 3 to 6.
A Light for My Path: An ABC Book Based on Psalm 119Davis CarmanApologia Educational Ministries / 2013 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Teach your children the Word of God while practicing their ABCs. Based on Psalm 119, this gorgeously illustrated primer will instill a deep love and reverence for God's word and His creation in your children. Each two-page spread begins with "God's Word, Law, Statutes, Decrees, Commands and Precepts are.," a sentence which is completed by a word that begins with each letter of the alphabet (e.g. Absolute, Delightful, Just, Merciful). The illustration features a plant or animal that also highlights the featured letter. Finally, the Hebrew alphabet is also taught; the twenty-two stanzas of Psalm 119 occupy the last twenty-two pages of the book, with the corresponding Hebrew letter for each stanza shown at the top of the page. 80 pages, paperback.