I Am

I Am

40 Reasons to Trust God : Bible Stories, Devotions, & Prayers About the Names of God

Book - 2016
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"I Am shows children who God is and what He is like . . . and how much He loves them! Diane Stortz is a former children's editor and bestselling author with more than 250,000 books sold to date. In I Am, she explores the names of God in an interesting, unique way that will help children connect to who God says He is through the names He has given us to call Him. This book includes 40 stories that illustrate the meanings of 40 names and descriptive titles for God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Each story features Scripture verses, a prayer, and a short section about that name and its significance in kid-friendly language children can comprehend. For example: Jehovah Tsuri: the God who helps me Jehovah Rophe: the God who heals me Immanuel: the God who is with us Rabbi: the God who teaches me This spiritual and educational book teaches children the names of God and shows them who He is and how much He loves them."--
Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee : Tommy Nelson, a division of Thomas Nelson Publishers, [2016]
ISBN: 9780529120663
0529120666
Branch Call Number: Ju 231 Sto
Additional Contributors: Le Feyer, Diane - Illustrator

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naturalist
Sep 18, 2017

“Telling kids that they have to believe the nonsense written in an ancient book — and that they’ll be tortured in hell for eternity if they don’t accept its core doctrines — is the definition of brainwashing.”
from
“Creationist Ken Ham: Bill Nye is “Indoctrinating” Kids By Teaching Them Science”
by Hemant Mehta
Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2016/05/27/creationist-ken-ham-bill-nye-is-indoctrinating-kids-by-teaching-them-science/#BpeDVf722tkOAAtA.99

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Justyn
Apr 22, 2017

This is so worth reading to your children. I actually bought this for my son (6), we've read through it once with him and we are reading through it again. Biblically accurate, conveyed in ways children can understand, and beautifully illustrated. The devotions are short....but in the world of a 5,6,7 year old very meaningful. Check it out.

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