Perfect for use in family devotions or for sparking meaningful spiritual conversations with your children, Imaginative Prayer invites kids to experience the lavish love of the Father while underlining their true identity in Christ. Children learn best through experience, not just the transference of facts and this book makes that possible. It’s accessible, easy to use and engages the entire family. Jared does all the heavy lifting, allowing parents to be present with their child and the Holy Spirit in the moment.
The subtitle of this interesting book by Trina Paulus reads, “A tale — partly about life, partly about revolution and lots about hope for adults and others (including caterpillars who can read).” Though it’s not overtly Christian in content, the book does a wonderful job of exploring the futility of following the crowd and the process of transformation in our lives — the sacrifices that must be made, how we have to die to ourselves and our old way of life to make room for something new. Children will love and adults won’t miss the nuances of the evolving story.