Kid's Guide to the Power of Words
I was struck by how culturally and socially relevant this book is for elementary and middle school learners. In our world of viral videos, song lyrics, comments, tweets, and hashtags knowing the power of our own words is so important. This would make a great companion guide to a Bible unit or Bible study. It would also be helpful to have a Bible while reading through this book, as there are scriptures to look up when answering some of the questions that are asked. Each chapter is about 20 pages long and has 8-10 sections. This is a great character-building resource for children’s personal growth. Pgs. 122 | Paperback ~Rebecca
Words are tools your child (age 8-12) can use to bless others and praise God. Bestselling author Dr. Tony Evans wants to unlock the tremendous potential in your kid to speak carefully and prayerfully, cultivating a new generation of youth who build one another up and point others to Jesus.
With wisdom and guidance, your child can use words to
* praise the Lord
* be wise
* bless others
* be thankful
* heal instead of hurt others
...and so much more!
Each chapter contains valuable teaching from Dr. Tony on the power of the tongue and includes practical questions designed to get your child thinking and writing about what he or she has just read.
Help your child learn to say the things that bring honor to God and to others.
These non-reproducible Kids’ Guide to… books make a wonderful addition to a young students Bible learning study. Having their own Bible would be very helpful for students in reading through these resource books as they need to look up scriptures and find Bible stories. These books provide information about key Christian concepts through the process of self-reflection. Space is provided within the book for students to write. Having a separate journal would be nice as space is limited for writing within the book. Chapters are 15-20 pages long and have discussion/reflection questions throughout each chapter. These books will promote children’s personal and spiritual development, as they study the Bible and foundational Christian principles. ~Rebecca