Monday, July 22, 2013

Cassie and Caleb Discover God's Wonderful Design

May our sons in their youth be like plants full grown, our daughters like corner pillars cut for the structure of a palace." Psalm 144:12

Boys and girls, from 5 to 8 years of age, will love the fun world of Cassie and Caleb, two energetic and inquisitive children discovering the beauty of God's wonderful design. Through twenty beautifully illustrated short stories, followed by an interactive time between parent and child, your children will learn:
The creational principle that "God created man in his own image . . . male and female he created them" (Genesis 1:27) is extraordinary!That Jesus is in all of Scripture. The Bible is not a collection of disconnected stories; it is the one big story of the Triune God redeeming His people.God's Word is our authority and His Glory is our purpose.That when we belong to Jesus we belong to His covenant family, the Church. A Biblical framework for living and thinking. The authors do not underestimate the power of the Holy Spirit in the heart and mind of a child. This book intentionally uses the rich language of faith, and then builds meaning around the words and concepts as the stories proceed, providing children the words of life.

  We have loved the other books by Susan Hunt and were not disappointed in  Cassie and Caleb Discover God's Wonderful Design. Even my older boys enjoyed listening in to the stories.  These lessons on the roles of males and females are so needed in our mixed up culture! It teaches that God created males and females different, but equal and we each have responsibilities in honoring Him. I love that they also talk about how marriage is ordained by God, and designed to point to Him. I believe it is never to early to teach the truth about marriage to children, and this is a great resource to do so!  I know many children and families in my life that would be greatly  blessed by this book!

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