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Mom’s and Gran’s – this one’s for you! Click on the link: The Value Of A Praying Mother by: Isabel Byrum

An Excerpt From The Introduction:

All parents with natural affection desire the best things for their children. Such fathers and mothers have high hopes that from their home will go forth noble men and women–yes, even heroes. Many fail to realize the attainment of this ideal in their children, because of a lack of the knowledge necessary to bring about the desired development in the child-life.

The following pages were written with the fervent hope that they would, at least in some measure, be a help in developing the young lives entrusted to their care. If your harvest-time is past; if your children have grown up and have left the old home, you may be able to help some one who still has little ones to train.


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HOW DO YOU KNOW THE BIBLE IS FROM GOD?

Are you able to answer this question accurately and with conviction when your kids (or anyone else for that matter) ask it? An excellent resource to help young minds to become convinced of the Divine Authorship of the Bible. In the process of taking them through these 13 chapters you will also be grounded in the truth of Divine Inspiration.

Editorial Review:

How do we know that God wrote the Bible? What makes the Bible different from other books? Does the Bible have errors in it? Where did the Bible come from? Answers to these types of questions can be found in this book for 4th-6th graders. With 13 chapters, professional artwork, charts, and activity pages, this resource is excellent for both Bible class and homeschool instruction. 2005, 64 pages.

Readers Review:

Obviously intended for young people, it has thirteen short chapters describing how we got the Bible, evidences for the Bible’s inspiration, and other Bible-related information, along with eye-catching photographs and illustrations. With sections on vocabulary, review questions, critical thinking exercises, and other activities, it might serve as a study guide for a young person’s Bible class for church Bible study.