of God and Truth
Our children are bombarded daily with competing messages. Every song, movie, book, TV show, blog, and game is full of ideas—ideas about God, people, truth, beauty, and right and wrong. Not all of these ideas are true. Some are deceptive and even destructive. The What We Believe series is designed to help children learn to discern the truth by using God’s Word as a lens through which to view the world around them—to see everything the way God sees it.
This first-of-its-kind family-inclusive study of biblical worldview introduces young people, ages 6–14, to the basic truths of the Christian faith. In volume one, students will meet our loving God who longs for us to know Him and spend time with Him. Through engaging stories and fun activities, they will come to know and trust God, building an unshakeable faith that will last a lifetime.
With an emphasis on thoughtful notebooking assignments and Bible interaction, this multi-grade curriculum is easy to use for the whole family. Written to the student, each lesson is presented in a conversational style that makes the study of God’s Word exciting and memorable for children of all ages.
“An excellent resource that our family will be using to guide our worship times!”
Timothy Paul Jones, Ph.D.
Editor of The Journal of Family Ministry
“A wonderful tool for families! Who is God? (And Can I Really Know Him?) helps parents construct a firm foundation upon which children can build their faith.”
Homeschooling mother and award-winning novelist
“Instruction in apologetics and worldview is sadly lacking among Christian youth, and that’s probably why so many fall away from their faith after high school. Who Is God? is a ‘moral flashlight’ to illuminate the source of truth for young people everywhere. Get it and read it with your kids. I am.”
Homeschooling father and best-selling author
“A tapestry of challenging questions, exciting stories, solid biblical teaching, and wise counsel. This series will bring adventure and fun back into learning—for the whole family.”
Author of Someday Heaven