From Akebu to Zapotec: A Book of Bibleless Peoples From This delightful book alphabetically introduces your child to different people groups around the world.Young children will enjoy the short stories and colorful pictures.
For example, the letter S is represented by Senegal.
In a few short, chatty paragraphs, readers learn tidbits about the land’s topography, its religion, festivals, and food.
More importantly, they will begin to grasp the need of those who have yet to hear the gospel!
Prayer Saturated Kids From Christian parents know the importance of raising their children on the foundation of God’s Word.
Then come on in with some friends for an authentic hot or cold Italian sandwich made with a recipe for fresh bread, handed down through generations.
Mission Africa From Every day 6,500 people die on the continent of Africa from the AIDS virus.
This hardcover children’s storybook features full color illustrations by Ken Save as well as a chapter from Can You Hear Me?
Tuning In to the God Who Speaks that explains how parents can encourage their children to embrace a lifestyle of listening prayer. series of teacher resources present crafts that reinforce learning about the Bible, the sacraments and worship.
“Use the Word” has lined blank space for you to explain how you can use what you’ve learned in the passage.
All the Countries of the World Available from This book is a great new resource to help with Kingdom Praying.
“My Praises” section is lined blank space for the reader’s praise of God.