Monday, June 1, 2015
Review: Believe Storybook by:Randy Frazee
About the Book:
Presented by bestselling author and pastor Randy Frazee, the Believe Storybook shows children how they can think, act, and be more like Jesus. With 60 old and new testament stories from the Bible that showcase the themes, combined with captivating and dramatic illustrations by Steve Adams, children and adults alike will be inspired to become more like their savior and the person they were meant to be.
The Believe Storybook is part of the national church-wide program led by bestselling author Randy Frazee that shows children how they can think, act, and be more like Jesus.
Teaching our children to read and study the Bible is a huge asset to their Christian walk. It has to be done in order to grow spiritually. I as a Christian mom started my children out very young and we usually begin with simple Bible stories. Pastor Randy Frazee has developed a new strategy that he thinks will further their learning even more. He has taken stories that give a different approach to learn about God's majesty as our Creator and about our Savior as well. So there are select stories that build on the theme of thinking, acting and being like Jesus.
Each story that is entirely based on Scripture has a key idea and a key verse. My favorite part is the Jesus answer at the end of each story. It is a pondering of sorts on the lesson itself. It helps the child to think through what they just learned and it becomes a driving force in hitting home for them. There is beautiful illustrations in the book that give you that old history feel. And to top it all off, the Believe series has a kids edition as well as a student edition. These are great books to use in your homeschool, Sunday school, or even in your home for devotional purposes. They have really helped my children and I know they will help yours. Look for my reviews on the other books in the series.
Geared for ages 4-8 years of age.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from my participation on the Z Blog Squad.