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Am I Ready to be Baptized$7.99
A book to help you when your child asks, "Can I be baptized?"
Am I Ready to be Baptized? is written by Kyle Butt and John Farber in a style that maturing children can understand and appreciate. This book challenges young readers to ask themselves crucial questions. In the process, it supplies them with the vital biblical knowledge needed to become a child of God. There is a note to parents as well. Manufacturer: Apologetics Press Books suitable for children, homeschool use and bible class use.
Arch Books Jesus Enters Jerusalem$2.49
This book retells the story of Jesus entering Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-38, and John 12:12-19).
The Arch Book series tells Bible stories using rhymes and bright illustrations.
Arch Books The Widows Offering$2.49
This book retells the story of the widow who willingly gave all she had. (Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4).
The Arch book series by Concordia Publishing uses Rhymes and illustrations to tell Bible Truths.
Arch Books The Wise and Foolish Builders$2.49
This book retells Jesus' Parable of the Wise and the Foolish Builders (Matthew 7:24-27 and Luke 6:47-49). Using fun rhymes, the children will learn the difference of building on rock or building on sand.
This book is part of the Accelerated Reader program and carries a point value of 0.5.
How do You Know God is Real?$8.95
How Do YOU Know GOD is REAL?
by Kyle Butt
Children are naturally inquisitive. They want to know how birds fly, why grass is green, what makes snow cold, and millions of other things. While many of their questions deal with trivial matters, children often ask some of the most profound, important questions in the world. One such question is, “How do we know God is real?” It is the responsibility of every Christian adult to be prepared to respond to that question with a simple, clear answer that will instill confidence and faith in the young inquisitor. With that realization in mind, we felt the need to provide a book, written on a 3rd-6th grade level, that answers the question of God’s existence. This book explores simple reasons why we can know that God exists. It will satisfy children’s curiosity and equip them to be able to defend their personal belief in God.
2012, 68 pages, hardback
I Am Peter$3.99
Stand up board book helps introduce babies and toddlers to Peter, the fisherman and Peter the Apostle.
Jesus Wakes the Little Girl$2.49
One of Jesus' Miracles, Jesus Wakes the Little girl of Matthew 9:18-19, 23-26; Mark 5:21-24, 35-43; and Luke 8:40-42, 49-56, is beautifully illustrated and told in rhymes.
The Jesus Storybook Bible$18.00
The Jesus Storybook Bible whispers the name of Jesus in every story.
The Moonbeam Award Gold Medal Winner in the religion category, The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the Story beneath all the stories in the Bible. At the center of the Story is a baby, the child upon whom everything will depend. Every story whispers his name. From Noah to Moses to the great King David—every story points to him. He is like the missing piece in a puzzle—the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together. From the Old Testament through the New Testament, as the Story unfolds, children will pick up the clues and piece together the puzzle. A Bible like no other, The Jesus Storybook Bible invites children to join in the greatest of all adventures, to discover for themselves that Jesus is at the center of God’s great story of salvation—and at the center of their Story too. Page Count: 352 Paper Edge Description: White Size: 6.6 wide x 7.8 high x 1.1 deep in. | 167 wide x 198 high x deep 27 mm Weight: 1.68 lb | 761 gms
When Someone Dies$13.79
This is hard back beautifully illustrated book explaining grief to children. Have you ever lost a favorite toy, or had to say good bye to a friend who moved away? At times like that, we feel sad. But when someone we love has died, we feel more than sadness. Written for readers of all ages, this gentle book suggest way to understand to cope with grief. Respectful and honest, this book does not diminish the feelings of grief in whatever form they take. Instead, it encourages children to find comfort in Jesus, our Good Shepherd, and in His promise of an eternal home.