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A Faith To Grow On: Important Things You…

A Faith To Grow On: Important Things You Should Know Now That You Believe

by John MacArthur

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"Now that you believe..." - this is the next step in a child's spiritual development after accepting Christ. John MacArthur helps kids understand basic elements of faith, such as: What should we do when we don't understand God? Is there a special way to pray? What if I tell someone about Jesus and nothing happens? As he did in I Believe in Jesus, MacArthur takes difficult-to-understand topics and presents them in a way kids can grasp. A Faith to Grow On presents foundational doctrines of the Christain faith in short devotional readings for young believers.… (more)



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It's a word that many evangelicals don't even know the meaning of, let alone practice with their children.

Consequently, a whole generation of young people in Christian homes are growing up without a whole-orbed understanding of what God has spoken to His people.

Don't just assume that your children will somehow pick up everything they need to know about Christianity: John MacArthur has given us a valuable resource to help us teach our children simply but systematically the fundamentals of the faith.

In about eighty devotions subdivided into sections on God, Creation, Sin, the Bible, Jesus, Salvation, Worship, Prayer, Church, Forgiveness, Evangelism, & Heaven, Dr. Macarthur covers what every young person needs to know. Each devotion begins with a question, like "What should we do when we don't understand God?" A paragraph-sized answer with Scripture verses, a word scramble, a short prayer, and a suggested activity explain what the Bible says.

Well written, this book can be used as a personal devotion by a young reader or as the basis for family devotions, as I have used the book for years. Highly recommended. ( )
  wiseasgandalf | Nov 13, 2007 |
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