Dear God, I Have a Question
Through short and kid-friendly entries, trusted children's author Kathryn Slattery answers questions about God, Christianity, and living out your faith in a straightforward way that points children to God's amazing plan for their lives in Dear God, I Have a...
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Through short and kid-friendly entries, trusted children's author Kathryn Slattery answers questions about God, Christianity, and living out your faith in a straightforward way that points children to God's amazing plan for their lives in Dear God, I Have a Question.
Your kids have great questions about God, but sometimes it can be hard to know how to answer them. Author Kathryn Slattery helps you and your kids ask and answer questions such as these:
How can God be three persons at the same time? What is the Kingdom of God? Is it okay if I have friends who aren't Christians? Can God really talk to me? Why does God allow evil to exist? Was there really a worldwide flood? How can I know for sure that God loves me? Is it okay to have doubts about God?
With respectful but kid-friendly language, Slattery also addresses topics such as Christian traditions, the historic growth of Christianity, how to become a Christian, and what it means to be a Christ-follower in today's world. You'll appreciate the thorough research and accuracy in this wide range of theological, historical, and faith topics. Supplementary sidebars, Scriptures, and takeaways will assist young readers as they investigate the questions and answers.
Whether you are celebrating a child coming to faith, a birthday, holiday, or baptism or simply want to honor your young reader's beautiful curiosity about God, Dear God, I Have a Question will engage your child's mind and heart as they grow in knowledge and faith.
Kathryn Slattery is the contributing editor of Guideposts and the author of such books as The Gospel for Kids, The Grace to Grow and A Bright Shining Place. Her writing has also appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal and Today's Christian Woman. Kathryn resides in New Canaan, Connecticut, with her husband. They are the parents of two adult children.