The Lord's Prayer: For All God's Children Spiral-Bound |
Natasha Kennedy (Illustrated by), Harold L. Senkbeil
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The Lord's Prayer: For All God's Children
Gold Medal Winner, 2022 Moonbeam Children's Book Award (Religion)
How God's children pray. Join FatCat, the friendly feline, as he learns the Lord's Prayer�Jesus's prayer that teaches us how to pray. This simple yet profound prayer shapes children's love for God, need for forgiveness from God, and dependence on God for strength and protection. Learn the Lord's Prayer and search for FatCat on every page!
Each petition of the Lord's Prayer has a full-page illustration from Jesus's life and a reflection on its meaning. With a list of Scripture references and a guided family prayer, this FatCat book helps God's children understand, memorize, and pray the Lord's Prayer.
As a loving Father, God invites all his beloved children to come to him. In a fun and friendly way, The Lord's Prayer: For All God's Children encourages children to pray to our Father with reverence and boldness.
Christmas is a great time for children to learn the gospel story of who Jesus is. This vibrant book invites parents to bring their children along on the journey to find the true king of Christmas, the Messiah, the Christ. And it reminds us that he is near, even in the word that is in our ears when we learn the story.
The excitement and anticipation over the King of Christmas builds with each page! I love this treatment of the Christmas story, with its colorful illustrations and interactive catechism that invite the whole family to consider the miracle of Immanuel, God with us.�
�Rachel Joy Welcher
The job of a Christian parent and a Christian minister is the same as that of John the Baptist. Our job is to point. We must point our kids away from a consumeristic and power-hungry world. Away from their own greedy and selfish hearts. Our job is to point them to Jesus where he is present by his Word and with his people. With a simple look-and-find plot that follows the magi (and Fat Cat) as they journey to find the Savior, The King of Christmas does just that. Kids will see where the Savior cannot be found�in rich palaces or in military might�and where he is most clearly seen�at the cross. Pick up this great resource to read with your preschool children this Christmas
Harold L. Senkbeil is a grandpa and pastor. He and his beloved Jane celebrated fifty years of marriage before her death in December 2021. They have three children and four grandchildren. He loves to write. If you visit Waukesha, Wisconsin you might see him and his grandkids driving around on his '51 John Deere tractor, Johnnie B.