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Who Is God? by Gwen B Sayler

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Author
Gwen B Sayler
Publisher
Augsburg Fortress Publishing
Date of release
Pages
32
ISBN
9780806638249
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Paperback
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Our children are bombarded daily with competing messages. Every song, movie, book, TV show, blog, and game is full of ideas -- ideas about God, people, truth, beauty, and right and wrong. Not all of these ideas are true. Some are deceptive and even destructive. The What We Believe series helps children learn to discern the truth by using God's Word as a lens through which to view the world around them -- to see everything the way God sees it. Easy to use for the whole family, this beautiful hardcover volume is the first book in a four-part study that introduces young people, ages 6-14, to the basic truths of the Christian faith. Through engaging stories, creative notebooking, and fun activities, they will come to know and trust our loving God while building an unshakable faith to last a lifetime.

Who Is God? (And Can I Really Know Him?) is fantastic! A great resource for parents to use with their kids, this content really hits the bulls-eye. And the visuals are off the chart. This could be the Sistine Chapel of children's apologetics books!
Carter Goolsby
Pastor, Mechanicsville Christian Center Mechanicsville, Virginia

A wonderful tool for families!
Leanna Ellis

Homeschooling mother and award-winning novelist

An excellent resource that our family will be using to guide our worship times!
Timothy Paul Jones, PhD

Editor of The Journal of Family Ministry

When your child is old enough to chew meat instead of just sipping milk, this is the book you want.
Donita K. Paul
Parent, educator, and author

A tapestry of challenging questions, exciting stories, solid biblical teaching, and wise counsel. This series will bring adventure and fun back into learning for the whole family.

Larry Libby
Author of Someday Heaven and God Is with You

Instruction in apologetics and worldview is sadly lacking among Christian youth, and that's probably why so many fall away from their faith after high school. This book is a 'moral flashlight' to illuminate the source of truth for young people everywhere. Get it and read it with your kids. I am.
Chuck Holton
Homeschooling father and best-selling author

I absolutely LOVE this book! Apologia has successfully produced another awesome curriculum which exceeds our expectations, and for that, we in the homeschool community are grateful!

Marissa Leinart

Emmy-winning news anchor

In my twenty-one years of working with youth and children's ministries, I have seen my share of resources and program materials. But rarely have I been as impressed as I am with Who Is God? (And Can I Really Know Him?). This is a vital resource, extremely well done, and one which I predict will become a standard text in many churches, homes, and schools. In our video-driven culture, many are saying that fewer and fewer people are reading and that it is especially hard to get kids into books. Yet my niece and nephew (both in elementary school) couldn't put this one down. I highly recommend this book and the entire What We Believe series.
Alex McFarland

President, Southern Evangelical Seminary

A powerful inoculation of truth that will help protect our young people and make them better ambassadors for Christ.
Frank Turek
Co-author of I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist


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