Case For Miracles For Kids
With real-life stories and answers to the questions kids eight to twelve ask most, this adaptation of Lee Strobel's bestselling The Case for Miracles uses kid-friendly language to explore the research, facts, and evidence behind the question of whether miracles...
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With real-life stories and answers to the questions kids eight to twelve ask most, this adaptation of Lee Strobel's bestselling The Case for Miracles uses kid-friendly language to explore the research, facts, and evidence behind the question of whether miracles can be believed, and if they still happen in our world today.
A blind woman who suddenly can see. A boy who somehow survives a terrible car accident. A child who is cured from a deadly disease after a group prays every day for his healing. Maybe you've heard stories like these on the news, or your pastor mentioned them in church. But are these things miracles? Or just coincidences that can be explained away? In The Case for Miracles for Kids, award-winning journalist and author Lee Strobel asks those questions and more to find out what is true about miracles, why they do (and sometimes don't) happen, and what miracles can tell us about God and his involvement in our world today. With lots of easy-to-understand information and space to write out your own ideas and experiences, the hows and whys you've always wondered about miracles are finally explained.
The Case for Miracles for Kids:
Is a solid source of information that looks at all sides of the issue to present solid evidence behind each conclusion and fact Has illustrations and callout graphics to make the topics memorable for kids eight and up Is an excellent resource for Sunday schools, church libraries, and homeschooling Can be used on its own or alongside other books like The Case for Christ for Kids, The Case for a Creator for Kids, and The Case for Faith for Kids to help children with faith development and answer questions they wonder about most
Atheist-turned-Christian, Lee Strobel is the former award-winning legal affairs editor of The Chicago Tribune. He holds a Master of Studies in Law degree, as well as a journalism degree and was a professional journalist for 14 years, winning Illinois' top honours for investigative reporting and public service journalism from United Press International.
In 1981, after a two-year investigation of the evidence for Jesus, Lee received Christ as his Saviour, and subsequently became a teaching pastor at two of America's largest churches - Willow Creek Community Church, Chicago in 1987 and Saddleback Valley Community Church, California in 2000. In 2002 he left Saddleback's staff to focus on writing.
A New York Times best-selling author of nearly 20 books, he has been described by the Washington Post as "one of the evangelical community's most popular apologists." His journey from atheism to faith has been documented in the Gold Medallion-winning books The Case for Christ, Inside the Mind of Unchurched Harry and Mary and The Case for Faith.
His other best-sellers include Surviving a Spiritual Mismatch in Marriage, which he co-authored with his wife, Leslie; God's Outrageous Claims and What Jesus Would Say? Lee also shared the prestigious ECPA Jordon Christian Book of the Year award in 2005 for a curriculum he co-authored about the movie The Passion of the Christ.
Lee is also co-author of the Becoming a Contagious Christian training curriculum, which is used around the world. And his articles have been published in a variety of magazines, including Discipleship Journal, Marriage Partnership, The Christian Research Journal, Guideposts, and Decision. He is also a contributing editor and columnist for Outreach on-line magazine.
Lee and Leslie have been married for 33 years and live in Southern California. They have a daughter, Alison, and son Kyle who is married to Kellie, both Alison and Kyle are writers.