Believe Storybook (Paperback)Randy Frazee & Laurie Lazzaro Knowlton
Now children can learn to think, act and be like Jesus too!
The 60 beautifully illustrated stories from the Old and New Testaments in the Believe Storybook highlight important biblical truths and answers big questions about God that will inspire you and your children to become more like Jesus. Each of the 30 chapters starts with a key question, followed by a story from the Old and New Testaments, and concludes with the answer to the key question asked at the beginning.
The Believe Storybook forms part of the Believe campaign, designed by Randy Frazee to lead churches in thinking, acting and being more like Jesus. It gives your children the chance to take part in the Believe campaign with the rest of the family, learning just how much Jesus loves it when they follow His example.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Ek glo - Storieboek
About the Author
Randy Frazee is the senior minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas. Oak Hills is one of the largest churches in America, where Randy teaches and leads in partnership with pastor and author Max Lucado. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, Randy and his wife, Rozanne, have four children.
Laurie Lazzaro Knowltonis the author of 40 books. She has authored and illustrated 2 books. Laurie lives in rural Ohio with her husband and two daughters.
ByRandy Frazee & Laurie Lazzaro Knowlton
CategoryKids 8-12 years
Size184 x 241 mm
Series - Collection8-0079
Number of Pages256 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
On day five, God sprinkled the seas with colorful, swimming fish. The gentle breeze sang the songs of birds in flight. God loved his creation.
On day six, God said, “Let all sorts of animals fill the earth.” So he created lions, giraffes, elephants, and frogs. Bunnies hopped, kitties meowed, and dogs barked bow-wow!
“Something is still missing,” God said. From the earth, he made a man and then a woman. “I give you all that you see,” he told them. “Take care of my creation. Be good to each other. Fill your home with children and happiness.”
God watched the sun set on the sixth day.
When the sun rose on the seventh day, God declared, “Today is a day of rest!” And he smiled at all he had created.