The Case For Grace For Kids
Grace can be a tricky thing to understand, but in this adaptation of New York Times bestselling author Lee Strobel's The Case for Grace , kid-friendly language and personal stories of grace in action help children eight to twelve discover...
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Grace can be a tricky thing to understand, but in this adaptation of New York Times bestselling author Lee Strobel's The Case for Grace, kid-friendly language and personal stories of grace in action help children eight to twelve discover firsthand what grace is, why it's so amazing, and how God uses his gift of grace to forgive, care for, and strengthen us … as well as show kids how they can pass along the message of grace to others.
Usually, in order to get something important, we have to do something in return, right? Like get good grades so you can get that puppy your parents promised. Or sell the most chocolate bars at school to win that epic pizza party. Which is why the idea of grace can be so hard to understand-being forgiven from all your sins and getting rewarded with eternal life as well because you told God you were sorry and repented seems a little too easy. In The Case for Grace for Kids, award-winning journalist and bestselling author Lee Strobel presents relatable stories from real people who have seen God's grace work in their lives to show you exactly how grace works, why God freely offers it to us, the amazing things grace can do, and what it means for your life today. Because grace is a gift you definitely want to receive.
The Case for Grace for Kids:
Makes the complex idea of grace easy to understand by breaking down the questions kids ask and answering them in a way they will understand Contains short questions at the end of each chapter that can be used to apply the chapter to a child's experience Explores the grace God gives us, as well as the grace we can give to others Has illustrations and callout graphics to make the topics memorable for kids eight and up 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.