About This Product
1. Open Your Child’s Eyes to God’s Word
God’s Word was written and is relevant for every generation. His stories are filled with details that teach us eternal lessons. Grandma Smith presents God’s stories straight from Scripture at a child’s “eye-level.” Have you ever stopped to notice the lamb that Nathan talked to David about? Do you enjoy the sweetness of the lesson that we learn from Samson’s honey? Have you considered how Elisha was rich but became far richer in a different way? Grandma Smith’s simple language and keen eye for detail place many spiritual lessons within reach for a child.
2. Start Your Child Meditating on the Right Material
Childlike curiosity can be channeled in the right direction. Each of these 38 stories comes with several questions designed to encourage your child’s meditation on God’s Word and places to help you discuss it with them. One is a simple question related to the facts of the story they’ve just read. A second gets at a question that requires reflection. The third might make a great project for a homeschooler or a family activity.
3. Strengthen Your Child’s Quiet Time
No doubt you are encouraging your child to regularly read God’s Word. God’s Wonderful Stories would make a nice accompaniment since they are filled with simple teaching, insights at a child’s level, and hundreds of pictures. Every story begins with an attractive full-color illustration meant to draw in a child.