This week I've got three books to share. I didn't get the time to completely read, contemplate, and thoroughly review them, however I've posted the summary of each book that I was given and added a few thoughts of my own. Enjoy!
The first book is Treasured, by Leigh McLeroy.
Cigar boxes. Refrigerator doors. Scrapbooks and sock drawers and top shelves. These are the places we store our treasures–the keepsakes that tell the story of whom and what we’ve loved, how we’ve lived, and what matters most to us.
God is a collector, too, whose treasures are tucked securely into the pages of his book: a golden bell here, an olive leaf there, a scarlet thread, a blood-stained cloth, a few grains of barley. Each of these saved artifacts reveals a facet of his heart and tells the story of a Father whose most precious possession is…us.
In Treasured, Leigh McLeroy considers tangible reminders of God’s active presence and guides us in discovering evidence in our own lives of his attentive love.
The next two books are great for the little ones in your life. These books as well as the others in the same collection are a great way to approach some of life's challenging questions with young children. It's a collection of books that I would love to have on our bookshelf as we navigate life with our three children.
God Gave us Christmas, by Lisa Tawn Bergren
This enchanting tale provides the perfect opportunity to help young children celebrate the true meaning of Christmas and to discover how very much God loves them.
God Gave us Love, by Lisa Tawn Bergren
In answering her questions, Grampa Bear gives tender explanations that teach Little Cub about the different kinds of love that is shared between families, friends, and mamas and papas. Grampa explains that all these kinds of love come from God and that it is important to love others because…
“Any time we show love, Little Cub, we’re sharing a bit of his love.”
This sweet tale will warm the hearts of young children as they learn about all the different sorts of love, while the gentle explanations of each provide a valuable opportunity to encourage children to share with others a “God-sized love.”