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Teaching Children to Pray
Teaching Children to Pray
Author: Keith Wooden
ISBN-13: 9780310544814
ISBN-10: 0310544815
Publication Date: 3/1992
Pages: 109

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Publisher: Zondervan
Book Type: Paperback
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Back Cover: A book for parents, grandparents, pastors, and Sunday school teachers.

Here is a book for everyone who loves children and longs to acquaint them with Jesus, lead them to salvation, and develop in children a close, affective, and lasting relationship with him. Too little has been written from a practical and anecdotal point of view on how to teach children to talk with God in a natural and intimate way. Keith Wooden writes both as a pastor and a father, and these pages are filled with easy-to-read and practical suggestions to which any parent can relate with ease. This is not a heavy theological diatribe punctuated with guilt-inducing illustrations but an inviting journey through prayer in one's family life.

"There is no greater way for Jesus to become real to a child than for the child to learn to pray to Jesus and to share his or her joys, disappointments, desires, and needs with Jesus. There is no more natural way to learn that Jesus is our friend, that God loves us, adn that God is real.

"This delightful book will challenge you to make prayer natural and thrilling inyour children's experiences, Keith Wooden writes from experience. This is not just theiry; this is blessed fact. God can use this to bless you home."