Cold Case Christianity for Kids

Between the ages of 8 and 12, kids often start to wonder if Christianity is true.

c0e106d1-b1ad-46d9-ae67-960441315eafI LOVE this book and I’m so excited that I was able to share it with my son! I will most likely hand this copy over to the Children’s Director of our Church. She’ll be able to use this for her Wednesday night class. I love how the book teaches about investigating the Bible using a skateboard mystery.

This book is written in a story layout and it has definitions in the sidebar along with some fill-in-the blank questions. There are also some illustrations in the book that go along with the story that is being told.

In the back of the book, you will find a certificate that can filled out and given the child who finishes the book. If you want extra resources you can check out this website! There you will find videos, downloadable activities and even a parent’s guide.

This book is written for children aged 8-12 but I also think it can be used for older children and teens.

In Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, detective J. Warner Wallace draws readers into the thrill of high-stakes investigation by showing them how to think rather than telling them what to think. In this children’s companion to the bestselling Cold-Case Christianity, detective Wallace gets kids excited about testing witnesses, examining the evidence, and investigating the case for Christianity. Includes author illustrations and links to a website where kids can download activities, fill in case notes, and earn a certificate of merit.

Detective Wallace gets kids excited about testing witnesses, examining the evidence, and investigating the case for Christianity.

Purchase a copy: http://bit.ly/2dZcyq2

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the Litfuse Publicity blogger program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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