Devotions will never be boring with Absolutely Awesome . This 13-week devotional showcases God's spectacular universe in a way that will captivate 8-12 year-olds. Full-color paintings and photos, facts about scientific wonders, and Bible verses all combine with the "kid...
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Devotions will never be boring with Absolutely Awesome. This 13-week devotional showcases God's spectacular universe in a way that will captivate 8-12 year-olds. Full-color paintings and photos, facts about scientific wonders, and Bible verses all combine with the "kid lingo" devotional text to intrigue, fascinate, and teach. Also great for homeschooling, weekday clubs, children's church, or family devotions. Includes sample prayers and spaces for writing.
1. God's Fingerprints
2. Home Sweet Home
3. Worlds Around Us
4. Mars, The Radical Desert World
5. It Is A Small World After All
7. The Human Body
8. Lifestyles Of The Big And Fossilized
9. Shakin' And Quakin'
10. Rainbows And Hurricanes
11. Weird And Wacky Life Forms
12. Biological Clocks, Migrations And Seasons
13. God Is Bigger Than Your Brain
1. God's Fingerprints2. Home Sweet Home3. Worlds Around Us4. Mars, The Radical Desert World5. It Is A Small World After All6. Butterflies7. The Human Body8. Lifestyles Of The Big And Fossilized9. Shakin' And Quakin'10. Rainbows And Hurricanes11. Weird And Wacky Life Forms12. Biological Clocks Migrations And Seasons13. God Is Bigger Than Your Brain240 Pages
A collection of devotional readings combining facts about nature with spiritual truths from the Bible and expressing the wonders of creation as they apply to contemporary life.
Rosaly M. C. Lopes is a principal scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the investigation scientist for the Cassini radar instrument. She is an expert on terrestrial and planetary volcanism and the author of The Volcano Adventure Guide, Volcanic Worlds, and Io after Galileo. Michael W. Carroll is a science writer and artist specializing in astronomical imagery. His work has appeared in Time, National Geographic, Popular Science, Astronomy, and a host of other popular and scholarly publications.