Sally Michael is the cofounder and publishing consultant of Children Desiring God, and she developed their widely used Sunday school curriculum for young people. She is also an author and a speaker, and she served as minister for children at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for sixteen years.
1. God’s Names
Summary — This is a full-color guide for parents to teach their early elementary children about God’s character, revealed in 24 names. Each chapter ends with a personal application and activities.
Summary — Parents can help their early elementary children trust in God’s promises revealed throughout the Bible with this full-color, illustrated guide that includes personal application and suggestions for activities.
Summary — In this full-color guide to how God’s providence works in the world, parents can stimulate a lively discussion with early elementary children about resting in God’s sovereign care. Each chapter includes personal application and activities.
4. God’s Wisdom
Summary — Sally Michael helps parents and children discover the joys of wisdom and discern the destruction of foolishness in this full-color, illustrated book that includes application questions and activity suggestions.
5. God’s Battle
Summary — A full-color “battle plan” for parents to equip young children for the fight of faith. Sally Michael encourages children to be fighters with a battle strategy straight from Scripture.
6. God’s Word
Summary — This full-color illustrated primer helps parents teach children what the Bible is, what it says, and why we can trust God’s true, powerful Word. Chapters include discussion questions/activities.
Summary — This full-color guide explains God’s design for men and women and helps parents teach their children about pursuing godly manhood and womanhood. Each chapter includes application questions and activities.
24 pages | List Price: $9.99 | Hardcover| SAMPLE CHAPTER
Summary — This full-color illustrated book makes the Christmas story and its biblical context easy for children to understand and remember, and it encourages them to tell the story to others.