Will God still love us if we do bad things? Will we be forgiven if we hurt a friend's feelings? Using everyday examples that children can relate to, this colorful book shows the importance of apologizing and reconciling after we've done something wrong.
Full-color photographs by Diane Hardy Waller
10 x 8½, 32 pp | Full-color photo illus. | 978-1-59473-142-6
“What if something I say hurts one of my friends?”
“Then God gives you new words that help to heal and mend.”
“And if my mistakes pile up to the sky?”
“Then God helps you correct them so they don’t multiply.”
Will God still love us if we do bad things? Will we be forgiven if we hurt a friend’s feelings? Using simple, everyday examples that children can relate to, this colorful book helps young readers understand the importance of apologizing and reconciling after we’ve done something wrong.
A vibrant and fun way for children to develop a deeper understanding of God, this book gently guides children down their own path of spiritual discovery … and reminds us all that God will always love us.
“Appealing and child-friendly.... Allows for readers and listeners to ask more questions and to feel secure in doing so.... An excellent addition to any library and home.”
“Attractively illustrated.... Explores repentance and forgiveness. Gold has succeeded in rendering this complex theological duo ‘kid-friendly’ without destroying its essence.... Integrates rhyme and dialogue in a manner that allows children to place themselves in the scenes.”