The Book of Jesus For Families
1. When Jesus Was A Little Boy^2. Jesus And His Friends^3. Some Of the Amazing Things Jesus Did^4. Five Things Jesus Taught Us To Help Make The World A Better Place^5. Five Of The Best Short Stories Jesus Ever Told^6....
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"Jesus is a special friend of mine. As you read this book. I hope that you will see what a wonderful life he lived and how he is not only your friend but the friend of all children who have ever lived." Calvin Miller presents The Book of Jesus for Families, a keepsake collection of stories, songs, parables, and poems about Jesus Christ. Writing by Charles Dickens, Walter Wangerin, Pearl S. Buck, Calvin Miller himself, and many others depict the life of Jesus, his teachings, and the amazing things he did. Lavish, full-color illustrations bring the stories to life. The selections, some original to this collection, have been especially chosen for a young audience to help parents introduce their children to the greatest man who ever lived and help children identify with Jesus as a real person, not just a character in a story. Whether enjoyed together as a family or alone, The Book of Jesus for Families is a treasury of literature and art that will inspire and delight readers of all ages.
A treasury of stories, poems, and songs about Jesus in a beautiful book for family devotions. The writings, by C. S. Lewis, Dickens, and more, help children identify with Jesus as a real person and not just a story.
Calvin Miller is probably best known for The Singer trilogy, which has sold over one million copies worldwide. He has written more than forty other books and is currently a professor at Beeson Divinity School in Alabama, USA. During the 25 years that he served as a pastor in Nebraska, his church grew from ten members to more than 2,500.