Answering Your Kids’ Toughest Questions

by Elyse FItzpatrick & Jessica Thompson    |     Book Summary


Author: Elyse FItzpatrick & Jessica Thompson
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers

Date: 2014
Pages: 173

Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne


If you are a parent or work with children, you will inevitably face questions about death, suffering, and other hard topics. How can we be prepared to give answers to earnest questions for young children when they arise?

Mother/daughter team Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson tackle some of the bigger and tougher questions that children commonly ask about issues like sin, death, sexuality, and more. 

With personal examples from their own parental experience and with answers steeped in the Bible and focused on the redemptive work of Christ, readers are encouraged to face issues with children not as Bible experts, but as believers whose confidence rests in the Lord. 

We need not avoid hard questions or fear them. We can respond to children at various age levels in a way that not only deals with the question at hand but that also shows God’s love for and sovereignty over our world.





Answering Your Kids’ Toughest Questions

by Elyse FItzpatrick & Jessica Thompson

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Author Elyse FItzpatrick & Jessica Thompson
Publisher Bethany House Publishersk
Date 2014
Pages 173


Overview:

If you are a parent or work with children, you will inevitably face questions about death, suffering, and other hard topics. How can we be prepared to give answers to earnest questions for young children when they arise?

Mother/daughter team Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson tackle some of the bigger and tougher questions that children commonly ask about issues like sin, death, sexuality, and more. 

With personal examples from their own parental experience and with answers steeped in the Bible and focused on the redemptive work of Christ, readers are encouraged to face issues with children not as Bible experts, but as believers whose confidence rests in the Lord. 

We need not avoid hard questions or fear them. We can respond to children at various age levels in a way that not only deals with the question at hand but that also shows God’s love for and sovereignty over our world.