Notes From Jesus: What Your New Best Friend Wants You to Know

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  • 64 Page Children's Book

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Product Description

Jesus is the stuff best friends are made of--especially if you're a kid! 

He’s always up for hearing how the day went, listening to worries, and laughing at silly jokes. And he wants to share about himself, too, as best friends do. 

Notes From Jesus are his messages to new friends. Each playfully illustrated note includes:
• Answers to common faith questions kids ask, like ""What happens when I mess up?"" and “Is it okay to pray with my eyes open?""
• An inspirational Bible verse for kids to tuck away in their hearts
• Doable, kid-sized ideas for readers to become even better friends with Jesus

Each note reminds kids that Jesus enjoys their company, and he wants a lifelong friendship that deepens with each new conversation.  

This is the perfect gift for kids just starting a relationship with Jesus...for young families joining a church...or as a meaningful birthday, holiday, or Christmas gift!

Product Details

  • UPC: 9781470750299
  • Brand: Group
  • Weight: 0.3 lbs.
  • Age Level: Pre-K, Elementary, Children
  • Theme: Shipwrecked
  • Category: Student Resources
  • Concordia KidMin Product Team Review

    What We Love Most About This Product:
    We love this product because of the simplicity. It's a easy read, provides key verses to memorize, and gives examples on how to apply them to your day to day life. Our youth is also on the go so, this book is perfect for the youth culture. Each page is a two minute read and very colorful to keep the reader engaged.

    Possible Uses
    Youth devotion and inspiration. This can be a great book to gift to your youth volunteers. 

    Things to Consider
    Notes from Jesus doesn't have space to write, and the paper is glossy so highlighting can be a little messy. 

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