The Way Of The Master For Kids: Teaching Kids How To Share Their Faith

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Genesis Publishing Group, Feb 15, 2005 - Religion - 112 pages
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Two books in one, this title should be part of every home and church. Based on the award-winning TV show "The Way of the Master," the book 's first part helps 3- to 5-year-olds understand God's love for them. The second part, for 6- to 10-year-olds, explains how we can know that God is real, who made God, why the Bible is true, how we know that people didn't come from monkeys, and why bad things happen. It also teaches kids how to memorize the Ten Commandments and helps them understand why they need Jesus, enabling them to reach their friends for Christ.

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Review: The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith

User Review  - Lisa K - Christianbook.com

A worthwhile investment. The layout of the book (split in to two parts for children under & over 6) is a great idea too. I've read it a few times with my 4 & 6 year old and they ask for more. It's even helpful as an adult to use the information to answer tricky question I've been asked too. Read full review

Lack substance

User Review  - HisBlessings - Christianbook.com

Was too childish. The way it is written is geared to very young children, so young that I think the message would be lost to them. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Kirk Cameron is best known as the lovable teen heartthrob Mike Seaver, of the award winning series Growing Pains. He entertained audiences worldwide as the charming troublemaker. He is also known to many Christians as 'Buck Williams' from the Left Behind films -- based on the NY Times runaway bestselling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins. But much more noteworthy than his acting career was his conversion to Christianity. Kirk was not raised in a church-going home and describes himself as a devout atheist from a very young age. By the age of 14 he was so convinced there was no God that he laughed at those who thought there was. But that all changed one afternoon as he sat in his sports car pondering the first Gospel message he had ever heard. SPANISH BIO: Kirk Cameron es mas conocido por su personaje como el adorable rompecorazones, Mike Seaver, de la galardonada serie de television Ay, Como duele crecer! Su papel de travieso encantador, fue el entretenimiento de una audiencia mundial. Tambien es conocido entre cristianos por su personaje 'Buck Williams' de la serie Dejados Atras---basada en la inesperada novela mejor vendida de la lista NY Times escrita por Tim LaHaye y Jerry Jenkins. Pero mas notable que su carrera como actor fue su conversion al cristianismo. Kirk no crecio en un hogar donde se acostumbrara ir a la iglesia y se describe con un ateo devoto desde una edad muy tierna. Al llegar a los catorce anos de edad, estaba tan convencido de que Dios no existia, que se burlaba de aquellos que creian lo contrario. Pero todo cambio una tarde mientras que se sentaba en su carro deportivo meditando sobre el primer mensaje evangelico que habia escuchado.

Ray Comfort is the best-selling author of more than 60 books. He is also the co-host of an award-winning television program (with actor Kirk Cameron) which is seen in 70 countries. He has spoken on the subject of atheism at Yale and other prestigious universities, debated on ABC's Nightline, written, God Doesn't Believe in Atheists, The Atheist Test (booklet--over one million copies sold), You can Lead an Atheist to Evidence But You can't Make Him Think, and, Evolution: A Fair Tale For Grownups (Bridge Logos). He was a platform speaker for American Atheists, Inc., at their 2001 National Convention. Ray and his wife Sue live in Southern California. SPANISH BIO: Ray Comfort es autor exito de ventas, de mas de 60 libros. Tambien es co-animador, con el actor Kirk Cameron, de un programa de television ganador de varios premios transmitido en mas de 70 paises. Es conferenciante en temas de ateismo en la Universidad Yale y otras universidades prestigiosas, debate en el programa ABC Nightline y escribio Dios no cree en los ateos, Examen para el ateo (folleto que vendio mas de un millon de copias) y puedes guiar a un ateo a la evidencia pero no le puedes hacer pensar, entre otros. Sirvio como conferenciante de plataforma para la asociacion de Ateos Americanos, Inc., en su convencion nacional del 2001. Ray y su esposa, Sue, residen en el sur de California.

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