Helps children use all of their senses to explore how God is always present in their everyday lives and is always listening. With simple, everyday examples to which they can relate, helps children develop a direct and personal understanding of God.
Full-color photographs by Cynthia Maloney
10 x 8½, 32 pp | Full-color photo illus. | 978-1-59473-084-9
Multicultural, Nondenominational, Nonsectarian
Endorsed by Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Buddhist Religious Leaders
“How Do I Know that God is listening? I can’t See God.”
“Well, there are lots of things we can’t see, yet we know they are there.”
How can we know that God listens to us? This lively book helps children use all of their senses to explore how God is always present in their everyday lives, and is always listening. Using simple, everyday examples to which children can relate, How Does God Listen? helps children develop a direct and personal understanding of God.
How Does God Listen? teaches children—and the rest of us—that God is everywhere, and that the world is full of wonder.
“Colorful and entertaining.”
“How old were you before somebody told you that God is revealed through two texts—through holy scripture, the Little Book, and through creation, the Big Book? These precious pages, spare in words but rich in images, will teach you and your children how to read the Big Book.”
—Thomas Ryan, CSP, author of Reclaiming the Body in Christian Spiritual Practice and The Sacred Art of Fasting
“An excellent [guide] to developing a relationship with God early in life…. Reflects the longing in Kay Lindahl’s heart for peace and faith on earth.”
—Rajinderjit K. Singh, East Coast president of the East and West Association of Sikh Women for Interreligious Education
“Answers ‘how does god listen’ with beauty, depth, wisdom, and clarity.”
—August Gold, author of Where Does God Live? and Does God Hear My Prayer?
“What a lovely book! In listening to the questions of youngsters, this book helps children come to know the God who hears them even when they are silent.”
—Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, author of God’s Paintbrush and Adam & Eve’s First Sunset: God’s New Day