Kids’ Bibles are a strange animal.
There’s a lot of effort that’s put into making the stories of the Bible sensible to children; in the process, however, many important facets of God’s interactions with His creation can get glossed over or lost altogether.
Written by Starr Meade and illustrated by Tim O’Connor, The Mighty Acts of God is intended to teach children the essential doctrines of the Christian faith from a Reformed perspective.
Recently, I received a copy of The Mighty Acts of God and in the video below, my wife Emily and I share our thoughts on the book and how it impacted our family.
- The stories introduce key doctrines of the Christian faith in a way that children can understand;
- The content focuses on who God is and what He has done in creation;
- It’s extremely cross-centered, constantly bringing readers back to the gospel; and
- The “For me and my house” discussion section is one of the greatest strengths of the book, providing opportunities to discuss what’s been learned in the story and how it applies to our lives.
If you’re looking for a kid’s Bible that the whole family will benefit from, I would highly recommend The Mighty Acts of God.
Title: The Mighty Acts of God: A Family Bible Story Book
Authors: Starr Meade & Tim O’Connor
Publisher: Crossway (2010)
A copy of this book was provided for review purposes by the publisher.