Creative God, Colorful Us
: "This book could literally change a generation, change the trajectory of our culture, change a whole world of broken toward hope." - Ann Voskamp, New York Times bestselling author of The Broken Way God could have...
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"This book could literally change a generation, change the trajectory of our culture, change a whole world of broken toward hope."
- Ann Voskamp, New York Times bestselling author of The Broken Way
God could have made us all exactly the same, but He didn't. And our differences are good!
As His children, those called by God to belong to His family, we can actually use our differences to help each other. Here's some more great news: There are no rules about how we look or sound to be in His family. We have a delightfully different family on purpose.
Every person is made by God, in His image, and therefore is equal in value and worth.
Kids, somehow, already know this to be true.
This short, colorful book (written with grade-schoolers in mind) will share the truth of God's Word with them. The truth about how we were made with differences, how we sinned, how God rescued us, and how-if we understand that God's diverse creation will be together in Heaven-it should motivate us to love one another on earth!
Trillia Newbell is director of community outreach for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. A frequent conference speaker, her writing has appeared in Christianity Today, Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, and more. Her books include Enjoy, Fear and Faith, United, and God's Very Good Idea. She and her family live near Nashville.
- :<div>introduction: I Wrote You A Letter!chapter 1: God Made You (and He Made Your Friends, Too!)chapter 2: When Everything Went Wrongchapter 3: Our Wonderful Rescuerchapter 4: More Than Getting Alongchapter 5: A Surprising, Colorful Familychapter 6: We Are Different, We Are Also The Samechapter 7: Our Forever Friendsconclusion: Where Do We Go From Here?a Glossary Of Termsappendix: A Letter To The Adults: 4 Reasons To Enjoy Different Colors</div>