Stories about God’s love
This is a sweet little book about how much God loves His children and some of the promises He makes to them: He promises to always love them no matter what, to take care of them when things don’t go the way we want them to, and to always be there when it seems that He is not there.
Sweet Child: Stories of God’s love will hug generations of children in his heartwarming message of God’s love, promises and protection. These stories show that all love comes from God and that He wants us to love Him too.
In these touching stories and beautiful illustrations, the author wants every child to know that they are truly loved, no matter their circumstances.
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Terri Comer grew up in beautiful East Tennessee and now lives in beautiful Daytona Beach, Florida, with her husband Roy, her youngest son Grayson, and two fur balls named Louie and Darby. She also loves to visit her oldest son Zane and daughter-in-law Lulu at their home in New York City. Terri considers herself a lifelong learner and has been an educator for young children for over twenty years. During those years, Terri attended Midway Elementary and High School and loved teaching and sharing her gifts with thousands of students at the following schools: Tusculum View Elementary, Bowers Elementary, Coalfield School, Bennett Elementary, Beachside Elementary, East Tennessee State University, University of Tennessee and the University of North Florida. She continues to encourage them and like to acknowledge them in subtle ways in her work. When not teaching, Terri loves to hunt rainbows, listen to music, walk on the beach and spend time with friends and family.
Parents who want to teach their children God’s love and faithfulness will love this book. Through a series of sketches of children asking questions about spiritual matters, the author follows up with an answer with a scripture verse and a long explanation.
This is a great way for young children who may be beginning to understand the Bible but have questions about how it all applies to them. I love how it embraces families as a place to learn about God and a place to feel love and care no matter what.