This book challenges its audience to become so equipped with God's Word as to be able to neutralize unbiblical dogmas that today's children are learning and explores the existence and nature of God, creation, sin, Old Testament heroes, the life of Christ, salvation, and the Christian's eventual grand becoming, like our glorious Lord. Joyce May Neverson is an evangelical Christian of Afro-West Indian descent who has devoted most of her life (from 1960 to the present) to Christian education via Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, and AWANA children and youth ministries. Apart from her being a life-long student of the Bible, over the years Ms. Neverson has taken several teacher training courses offered by Child Evangelism Fellowship and other such training entities offering programs geared to honing the skills needed for the effective communication of God's word to children and youth. She studied nonfiction with Longridge Writing Group between 1998 and 2001 (she also holds a Poet Laureate certificate, received in September 2003 from The International Library of Poetry). From 1983 to the present, Ms. Neverson has served as editor for Now - God's Time - a quarterly periodical published under the auspices of The Good Tidings Gospel Chapel here in Brooklyn, New York, where she, along with her husband Daril and family, have fellowshipped since 1972. She is the mother of three married children - Lois, a nurse coordinator, Stephen, a music school teacher, and Warren, a seminary student - who, along with their spouses are all committed Christians Ms. Neverson's education, training, and 36 years' experience as a registered nurse (now retired) allow her to bring unique perspectives to bear on some of the topics she discusses in her book, The Grand Becoming, topics such as: evolution and intelligent design.