God made us to be in friendship with him.
And he wants us to be happy.
When Adam and Eve sinned,
All of us were cut off from God.
God reached out to different people
To help us come back to him.
In this book from the Teeny Tiny Theology series, children are introduced to the saving power of God. Salvation History is the story of how God rescued us from sin and death and returned us to himself through the course of human history.
The Teeny Tiny Theology series helps parents, grandparents, and teachers introduce the Faith to young children. These books present theological concepts in a fun, unique, and easily understandable way. Adults may find they learn alongside their little ones, too!
Other topics covered in the Teeny Tiny Theology series include Sacred Scripture, Christology, and the Trinity. These complex subjects are explained on a level that kids can understand with simple, relatable terms. Draw your children deeper into the Faith as you return to these engaging and enriching books again and again!
You must love the Lord Your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind… and love your neighbor as yourself. Luke 10:27. In Love God, Love me, Love You, young readers meet Saint Martin de Porres, a very special saint who lived to serve others. He leaves them with a simple gift to remember the "greatest commandment" found in Luke's gospel.
Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon was a Japanese nobleman and samurai warrior. He listened closely to the concerns of those he led and to the wishes of those he followed. He especially listened to Jesus. In Jesus Answers Every Prayer, young readers meet Blessed Justo Takayama Ukon and learn the most important part of prayer: listening.
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati used to tell his friends how much he loved to feel "that pure joy which can only be felt in the mountains." He loved that there was a place he could go for peace and time with God. In I'm Joyful in the Mountains, young readers will meet this amazing young man and feel encouraged to connect with God through experiences that bring joy!
St. Therese of Lisieux once said, "The splendor of the rose and the whiteness of the lily do not rob the little violet of its scent nor the daisy of its simple charm." What a perfect message for children from a saint nicknamed "The Little Flower." In I Am Little, Too, young readers will meet Saint Therese of Lisieux and learn just how special it is to be yourself.