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The Whole Story for the Whole Family is the family devotional parents need to help their kids grow in their faith. Parents are called to be the primary spiritual influence in the lives of their children. That means we, as parents, should help them know and understand the Bible so they can know, love, and understand God and His Son, Jesus. But so many parents feel overwhelmed and exhausted at the thought of discipling their children. Where to begin?The Whole Story for the Whole Family is a step in the right direction. In an easy-to-use and simple format, this devotional guide will equip parents to start teaching their children the Bible. Rather than seeing the Bible as a mis-matched collection of random stories about different characters in history, your kids can see the Bible as one story, woven throughout space and time, with one character standing at the center: Jesus. Through the use of an object lesson every day, digestible sections of Scripture, and simple discussion questions, The Whole Story for the Whole Family can help kids understand God's ongoing story and find their place in it.
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|Publisher:||B&H Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.40(d)|
About the Author
Michael Kelley es el director de Discipulado en Lifeway Christian Resources y el autor de Aburrido: Encontrando a un Dios extraordinario en una vida ordinaria. Entre algunos de sus trabajos previos se incluye Vocabulario Santo, Los fuertes refranes de Jesús y Los miércoles eran bastante normales. Posee una Maestría en Divinidad de la Escuela de Divinidad Beeson en Birmingham, Alabama. Michael y su esposa tienen tres hijos y viven en Nashville, Tennessee.Michael Kelley is director of Discipleship at LifeWay Christian Resources and author of Boring: Finding an Extraordinary God in an Ordinary Life. His previous works include Holy Vocabulary, The Tough Sayings of Jesus, and Wednesdays Were Pretty Normal. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. Michael and his wife have three children and live in Nashville, Tennessee.