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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
Who I Am In Christ, For Kids by Theresa and Rebecca Goodine is a simple, colorful, and profound testament of the truths of the Christian life. The book layout is not only appealing to kids, but makes theological concepts easy to understand. Beginning with the concepts of baptism and God’s Word, the reader is led through some of the deepest principles of Christian living in a straight forward way. Sin and forgiveness through the grace of God in Jesus Christ is clearly portrayed in the pages of this devotional guide.
Who I Am in Christ, For Kids is an excellent tool for teaching the basic principles of Christianity. The concepts are explained in an orderly pattern using one of the most easily recognized metaphors of Christian living, the full armor of God. The armor of God is laid out in clear graphics that make it easy to understand and apply those principles in life. The book is arranged with colorful graphics and interesting historical and theological facts that add a little extra spice to an already superb teaching tool.
This is a great way to teach youth that the Christian faith is a daily battle and a daily commitment that is not taken alone. One is guided and protected by the scriptures, by the Holy Spirit, and by putting on the full armor of God. Sunday school teachers who are looking for something new and dynamic for their class ought to take a serious look at this book.