Talking To Your Children About God

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Harper Collins, Jun 23, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages

From the Creator and Coauthor of the Popular 101 Questions Children Ask about...Series--A Practical Guide on How to Build a Strong, Tangible Spiritual Foundation in Your Children's Lives

Many of today's parents remember their own childhood experiences with God and religion as abstract and confusing, leaving them with more questions than answers. It is with this in mind that Rick Osborne has created Talking to Your Children about God, an indispensible guide for parents who want to be prepared for those "hard-to-answer" questions about God. Full of helpful tips and suggestions, this book provides answers that will satisfy the inquisitive and persistent nature of kids when they pose such difficult questions as:

  • Why can't I see God?

  • What's so important about the Bible?

  • Why do we go to church?

  • What should I say when I pray?

  • Does God watch everything I do?

  • What is heaven like?

  • What are angels?

I highly recommend Rick's resources to every parent. [He] is one of God's gifts to parents."
--Josh McDowell, acclaimed Christian author and speaker.

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This much-needed resource for helping children think about God encourages parents struggling to define their own beliefs and deepen their spiritual lives. Unlike Jean Grasso Fitzpatrick's Something ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Rick Osborne is the creator and coauthor of the bestselling 101 Questions Children Ask About...series, author of Teaching Your Children How to Pray and of the online newsletter Tips and Tools for Spitiual Parenting, and coauthor, with national radio talk show host Larry Burrkett, of Financial Parenting.

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