If I Could Ask God Anything
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: March 29, 2010
Number of Pages: 224
Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)
Awesome Bible answers for curious kids!
If I Could Ask God Anything is a unique kid-friendly book jam-packed with clear, fresh answers to important questions about God, faith, prayer, and Christianity in language that children can understand. Using kid-friendly language, established author Kathryn Slattery tackles "toughies" such as:
- If God is invisible, how do I know He is real?
- Did Jesus live on Earth before or after the dinosaurs?
- Why should I go to church?
- When I die, do I become an angel with a halo and wings?
- How can the Holy Spirit help me?
- Does God stop loving me when I sin?
This book will help young readers establish a closer relationship with God as well as help parents nurture their child's mind and spirit with this well-rounded, Scripture-based guide.
Known by millions as a longtime Contributing Editor for Guideposts magazine, Kathryn “Kitty” Slattery has written hundreds of stories of hope and inspiration for a wide variety of publications, including ParentLife, Today’s Christian Woman, and Angels on Earth magazines. In addition to her latest children’s book, My Friend Jesus (Thomas Nelson), she is the author of If I Could Ask God Anything: Awesome Bible Answers for Curious Kids (Thomas Nelson), Heart Songs: A Family Treasury of True Stories of Hope and Inspiration (Guideposts Inspiring Voices), the memoir Lost & Found: One Daughter’s Story of Amazing Grace (Guideposts Books), Grandma I’ll Miss You: A Child’s Story about Death and New Life (David C. Cook), The Grace To Grow: The Power of Christian Faith in Emotional Healing, A Bright-Shining Place: the Story of a Miracle, and she is a contributing author to numerous Guideposts anthologies, and TommyNelson.com. Her children’s book The Gospel for Kids (David C. Cook) has more than 100,000 copies in print in nine languages. Kitty resides in Connecticut with her husband Tom, where they are the parents of two grown children.