Do you think that children these days are no longer interested in church history? They might become more interested if they were to read a short book like this, including the following events and people:
Twenty-six heroes of the Christian faith are brightly illustrated, and short, child-friendly excerpts from their lives are provided for the readers. The large page format of this hardbound book, combined with bright, vivid artwork that appeals to children, make this a treasure for Christian homes.
At the Gallery on their website, children may send in drawings of other heroes of the Christian faith as well as drawings of people they know personally who are heroes of the faith, to them, and they could be shared at the Gallery's webpage.
For those who want to dive deeper into church history with their children, you will also be able to find an "Activities" tab that has:
I think that this book and its accompanying website has great potential for families who want to hand downward the torch of Christian faith to their children. The Church History ABCs brings to life the names of long-deceased men and women who made a big difference in their worlds for Jesus Christ. This kind of role modeling for our own children is very important! We've used materials like these with our children for several years now.
I highly recommend The Church History ABCs. It is an excellent resource to give small tidbits of church history to our children, and whet their appetites to add more studies and additional books to read as they grow.
Disclaimer: Crossway Publishers provided me with a free copy of The Church History ABCs in exchange for my honest opinion of this book. No other compensation was provided.
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