Item description for Out of the Mouths of Grandbabes: Bedtime Stories for Grandparents by Donna Vander Griend, Eugene Peterson & Jan Peterson...
Overview Jesus taught truths by telling stories, and we continue to learn those truths in surprising stories including those told by our grandchildren. Let your spirit be refreshed as these 40 delightful stories told by grandchildren help you to sense the wonder and awe of God and His creation as though you were a child again.
Publishers Description Rediscover the world through the eyes of a childAuthor Donna Vander Griend offers this joy-producing book featuring more than forty surprising stories that uncover biblical truths--and all from the mouths of grandbabes. Parents and grandparents alike will be inspired, refreshed, and encouraged to view the world through the children in their lives. (then follow with this extended quote from Eugene and Jan): "Donna Vander Griend expertly discerns the scriptural allusions, the artless gospel-echoing remarks in the talk of her nine grandchildren, and then passes them on to us in brief parable-stories. As we read her stories and listen through her attentive grandparent ears, we acquire a mind-set that hears--really hears--the innocence and purity of revealed gospel truth that comes out of the mouths of babes and grandbabes. Through the unstudied, spontaneous language of our grandchildren, we can eavesdrop on the whispers of the Holy Spirit in our everyday lives. . . . We treasure these stories."--Eugene and Jan Peterson
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.21" Width: 5.62" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 29, 2007
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
ISBN 1576838587 ISBN13 9781576838587
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More About Donna Vander Griend, Eugene Peterson & Jan Peterson
With four children and nine grandchildren, Donna Vander Griend has long experienced the inherent joy and unpredictability found in youth. She is an author, trainer, and teacher who enjoys connecting with people of all ages. Donna and her husband of forty-three years, Orville, reside in Bellingham, Washington.