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Genesis Publishing Group The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith

Based on the award-winning TV show "The Way of the Master," the book's first part helps 3- to 5-year-olds understand God's love for them. The second part, for 6- to 10-year-olds, explains how we can know that God is real, who made God, why the Bible is true, how we know that people didn't come from apes, and why bad things happen. It also teaches kids how to memorize the Ten Commandments and helps them understand why they need Jesus, enabling them to reach their friends for Christ.
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Review 1 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Lack substance

Date:April 25, 2013
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HisBlessings
Location:Montreal, Qc
Age:45-54
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Was too childish. The way it is written is geared to very young children, so young that I think the message would be lost to them.
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Review 2 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:December 31, 2009
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Lisa
A worthwhile investment. The layout of the book (split in to two parts for children under & over 6) is a great idea too. I've read it a few times with my 4 & 6 year old and they ask for more. It's even helpful as an adult to use the information to answer tricky question I've been asked too.
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Review 3 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:October 18, 2009
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Shellie
It is a Great tool and Simple way to answer the questions your child has, questions that we all ask.
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Review 4 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:August 29, 2008
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Ashlie Williams
This is a great resource for parents and teachers to use with their children and students.
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Review 5 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:August 1, 2008
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A. Leung
My son, who is 9 took up the book and read it before I had a chance to sit and read with him. He told me that the book is good. It answered a lot of questions he had which were unanswered.I will be bringing this book on a mission trip to read with the kids we serve.
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Review 6 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:December 2, 2006
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Jeremy Gardiner
Wow. I'm so impressed with this book. I don't have kids yet but I'll definitely be getting a copy when I do. This is what today's kids need. My only problem with this is that they made one reference to a futuristic Bible prophecy that one of their proofs for the bible is that Israel became a nation again. I'm a preterist.
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Review 7 for The Way of the Master for Kids: Teaching Kids How to Share Their Faith
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Date:February 13, 2006
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In todays world, our children are bombarded by teaching and messages that argue against what the Bible teaches. It is hard as parents to not only counter this, but teach kids to defend the Bible in an understandable way to their own friends. The Way of the Master for Kids is such a tool for handling the difficult questions that arise, as well as laying a sound foundation for salvation. Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron, co-hosts of the television (and now radio) program also titled Way of the Master, begin by writing an open letter to parents, encouraging them to prepare our children to stand strong in their faith in spite of our secular culture. They then proceed to explain how to do so using this book. With simple and colorful artwork, the first half of the book is for preschool-age kids. It begins in the Garden of Eden, going through the introduction of sin, how we received the Ten Commandments, and then describes each command. Every page contains large-sized text, an illustration, and then below is a smaller quotation from the Bible that reinforces the point. This section wraps up by explaining that Jesus came to take our punishment for not following the laws, how to be saved, and the hope of Heaven. The next portion of the book is dedicated to elementary school kids, and is singular in its presentation of youth apologetics. Before reading this, I was unconvinced that such young minds would be capable of understanding the arguments for the existence of God, the fallacies of evolution, and why bad things happen. Comfort and Cameron treat their young readers with respect, giving ample yet clear information that answers a myriad of questions that naturally cross curious intellects. The Way of the Master for Kids is a book that needs to be on every family bookshelf, and read over and over until it is committed to memory. It gives assurance of salvation, and is an invaluable tool for combating the secular thinking of our postmodern culture.
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