Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Curriculum to Help You Hand Down Confident Faith - Our Most Important Job

 I'm very happy today to announce the release of book three in

the new "Life on the 'Goldilocks Planet'" curriculum and book series - Civets, Tree Kangaroos, Batoids & More!  This book will equip you with the tools you need to hand down confident faith. 

Civets, Tree Kangaroos, Batoids & More! is a multi-purpose book. While it makes an ideal gift for the children you love, it is also a curriculum resource which will equip grandparents and parents as they strive to hand down confident faith. This book is filled with maps, fun facts, photos, and interesting information about a dozen of God's amazing animals. In addition, you will find activities to help children remember how these animals show them why they are able to believe God is real (my grandsons loved creating a hover-craft, building a Batoid paper airplane, water-balloon piñata, and enjoyed the smoothies), as well as quotes from scientists which teach about the design we see in the world around us. Children will enjoy the photos, maps, fun facts, and activities, while grandparents and parents will appreciate the information provided which will equip them to encourage a confident faith in the children they love. 

If we want the children we love to have a confident faith, we need to teach them the "whys" - why they are able to believe God is real and trust Him with confidence. This book will help you with this, our most important "job" as grandparents and parents. In this book you will find the following animals - Civet, Arctic Fox, Echidna, Blue-Footed Booby, Tree Kangaroo, Leafy Sea Dragon, Pronghorn, Giraffe, Snow Leopard, Peacock Spider, Ladybug Mimic Spider, Orange Tortoise Spider, Shoebill & Batoids.

It is available on Amazon at this link for $18.49 and in our bookstore at this link for $17.99 as a print version and is just $10.00 for the digital version. Get your copy today - and please help me spread the word by sharing this post with the grandparents and parents you know.

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