Sunday, December 27, 2020

Hand Down Confident Faith with Megabats, Bengal Tigers, Quetzals & More!

I am very happy to let you know the newest addition to the "Life on the Goldilocks Planet" curriculum and book series is available in our bookstore and on Amazon!  Megabats, Bengal Tigers, Quetzals & 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. 

It 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, and quotes from scientists which teach about the design we see in the world around us. Children will enjoy the photos, 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 - Megabats, Wolverines, Andean Cock-of-the-Rock, Giant Clams, Bengal Tigers, Clown Frogfish, Hellbenders, Orangutans, Wombats, Elephantnose Fish, Tasmanian Devils, and Quetzals.

Look what people are saying about this series - 

Lynda has a winner here and she's done all the hard work to provide us parents and grandparents with an incredible tool to build the faith of our legacy. These beautiful and educational books will equip us to fulfill God's mandate in Psalm 71 to, "declare God's power to the next generation, His might to all who are to come".

Dr. Tim & Darcy Kimmel

Dad, Grandpa, Mom, Grandma

Authors of "Extreme Grandparenting; the Ride of Your Life

gracebasedfamilies.com

Lynda is a genius when it comes to bringing God's Word alive to children. She is a grandmother who understands the importance of the role she plays in her grandchildren's lives. Her books are made for grandparents to open God's Word through animals and living things which interest little kids, and big kids, too.

Linda Ranson Jacobs

Mom, Grandma, and Great Aunt

Developer of DC4K (DivorceCare for Kids) dc4k.org  

Psalm 19 reminds us if we study creation, we see God more clearly. I've never seen books as remarkable as these which ties exploration of God's creation with the language of children and activity to produce a compelling statement about the majesty of God. When I read it, I feel like I'm somehow entering a new world. I'm sure it'll be an incredible resource.

Dr. Scott Turnasky

Dad, Grandpa

National Center for Biblical Parenting, biblicalparenting.org

I LOVE this little book you have created. What a great and powerful tool for shaping young minds to see and acknowledge the truth about God's creation. Well done. Ever parent and grandparent ought to have this tool in their toolkit to teach the truth about creation and evolution. This is a marvelous tool I want to let every grandparent know about. Thank you for taking time with your grandsons to create this extraordinary piece.

Cavin T. Harper

Dad, Grandpa

Founder Christian Grandparenting Network, www.grandcamps.org 

Wow! Wow! Wow! We received the books yesterday and they are wonderful! The website does not do them justice.

William Gibbons

Dad, Grandpa

Pastor 

I love what you put together! We've discovered at Group the power of animals and kids, too!

Joani Schultz

Mom, Grandma

Chief Creative Officer, Group Publishing 

I started looking through your book and it's very interesting! I think my three little grandsons would enjoy doing the activities. They really look fun and there's a lot of variety!

Diane Fowler

Mom, Grandma

Legacy Coalition 

You will find this book - and the entire series - on Amazon and in our bookstore at this link.

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