Almost Everything I Need to Know About God I Learned in Sunday School
Many adults think that childhood memories and Sunday School lessons are "kid stuff" that they've outgrown. But Rob Parsons demonstrates that the simple lessons of childhood offer answers for the complex problems of adulthood -- lessons that we're never too old to learn. With joyous reminisces of experiences growing up and anecdotes that highlight childlike wisdom, he reminds readers of the most important lessons in life, including: The greatest freedom is having nothing to prove; Don't spend your life wishing you could have done more; We were never meant to make it on our own; Sometimes answers aren't the last word; and loving each other matters to God. This delightful book is a perfect antidote to cynicism and world-weariness. No matter what your age, these timeless tips from childhood will put the spark back in your heart and the life back in your step.
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