Sunday, August 1, 2021

Creation Shows God's Design & Gives Us a Confident Faith


My grandsons love animals. They have so far throughout their lives. So, when I wanted to come up with a way to help them learn to see and remember the truth about how God is real, it made sense to me to look at His creation. After all, Romans 1:20 tells us - "God's eternal power and character cannot be seen. But from the beginning of creation, God has shown what these are like by all he has made."

All the things God designed and created show who He is. When I learn about the features which are unique to different animals, and how they need these things to survive, I am able to see how God knew what they needed to survive and designed them "just right". When I share these truths with my grandsons, I am not only helping them learn fun facts about interesting animals, I am equipping them to have a strong and confident faith. I am helping them see how they are able to know God is real and see if He put so much attention to the design of these creatures, then most surely He has done the same for them.

This is the reason I wrote (with the assistance of my grandsons) the new series - Life on the Goldilocks Planet. Please consider buying these books for the children you love and then use them to help your grandchildren/ children develop this strong, confident faith. Not only do these books have full-color photos of animals and fun facts about them, but they also have quotes from scientists to help us understand how science shows us God designed and created everything. It also has activities which will engage children and help them remember the truth - God is real!

The Life on the Goldilocks Planet books are available on Amazon, but they are also available in our bookstore. These books are filled with information to capture the attention of children, and will equip grandparents and parents so you are able to hand down a confident faith to the children you love. 

Please check them out and share this information with the parents and grandparents you know.

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