Building resilient families is at the center of our life as a faith community.
Books to Help Raise Kids in the Faith
Raising Faith-Filled Kids: Ordinary Opportunities to Nurture Spirituality at Home by Tom McGrath
Paperback – September 1, 2000 $8.25
52 Simple Ways to Talk With Your Kids About Faith: Opportunities for Catholic Families to Share God's Love by James P. Campbell
Paperback – August 1, 2007
Owen and Eleanor Make Things Up Owen and Eleanor spin a tale that spirals out of their control, and learn important lessons about telling stories. Augsburg Fortress
A Bible full of surprises for God's youngest children.
All the Best Questions!: And Some Answers, Too
by Jeremy Steele How can I be certain I'll go to heaven? Why are there so many kinds of Christianity? What does the Bible say about drugs and alcohol?
Pastor Jeremy Steele has spent his career answering teens' questions about faith, life, and the world--and All the Best Questions! brings all the toughest questions he's gotten together in one book...with some answers, too. From theology to science, All the Best Questions! will help young people get answers to the questions they're afraid to ask--and give them the tools they need to wrestle with their own answers.
Includes a Group Guide in the back for those who want to use the book for youth group or small group study.
This delightful picture Bible tells twenty of the Bible's most beloved stories from creation to the resurrection and introduces little ones to God's love and care.
The sun, the cloud, the wind, the rain - all of God's creation - lend their voices to the story of how a child joins the family of God.
Prayers for a child's daily life.
A pre-teen devotional they'll actually read!
The World Jesus Knew: A Curious Kid's Guide to Life in the First Century Learn about the world as Jesus experienced it - from what they ate to what they knew.
A Cold Night: A Christmas Fable by Emanuele Bertossi
On a cold, cold night, animals take shelter in a barn. How many can stay warm inside? Can they make room for a fox, a bear—and even a man and a woman about to have a baby?
"This delicate fable echoes the Christmas story and helps children understand the welcoming hospitality and kindness that bring light and warmth to the holiday season."–Midwest Book Review
A bedtime book that leads right into bedtime prayers.