Dear God, I Have a Question: Honest Answers to Kids' Questions About Faith
- How can God be three persons at the same time?
- What is the Kingdom of God?
- Is it okay if I have friends who aren't Christians?
- Can God really talk to me?
- Why does God allow evil to exist?
- Was there really a worldwide flood?
- How can I know for sure that God loves me?
- Is it okay to have doubts about God?
With respectful but kid-friendly language, Slattery also addresses topics such as Christian traditions, the historic growth of Christianity, how to become a Christian, and what it means to be a Christ-follower in today's world. You'll appreciate the thorough research and accuracy in this wide range of theological, historical, and faith topics. Supplementary sidebars, Scriptures, and takeaways will assist young readers as they investigate the questions and answers.
Whether you are celebrating a child coming to faith, a birthday, holiday, or baptism or simply want to honor your young reader's beautiful curiosity about God, DearGod, I Have a Question will engage your child's mind and heart as they grow in knowledge and faith.
Ratings & Reviews
Diane| 2020-12-27 18:00
bought as a gift for my 6yr old grand daughter..it looks like it covers all the important questions in a way that a child can understand.
Amazing book for any age!
Karen| 2021-01-07 9:09
This is the best book i have seen in a long time!! It's not just amazing for Kids but answers questions that young people and adults and grandparents have!!
Naomi| 2021-04-19 11:40
These are great, bite-sized answers for a broad range of questions. Our 6 year old is super into the book, and while she’s a bit old for it, our 10 year old is also learning from it too.
Dear God questions
Ike| 2021-05-20 11:02
When I gave my oldest granddaughter this book for Easter, she was only 6 years old. She has since turned 7. I limit the number of questions we cover in a sitting as I believe the book is a bit too advanced for her. However the answers do seem to have an impact on her and she seems to be learning a few things which I believe will have an impact on her as she grows.