Introduce a Child to the Bible

What a great age to introduce children to the Bible!
They can know the Bible before they even read it.
They can learn that there are many books making up “the book." They can know the story of the Bible and the stories in the Bible, as well as songs and verses, like the Ten Commandments.
Learning in these ways is a great way for a family to come together around this Book of Books.
Children can learn values such as honesty, courage, compassion, integrity, kindness, respect—at an early age when they are so easily shaped and guided. Most childhood education experts agree that building character in a child begins at pre-school age.
President John F. Kennedy said:
“Children are the world’s greatest resource and its best hope for the future!”
Introduce a child to the Bible!
Engage with the Book of all Books!


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