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12.07.2012

The Christian Alphabet ~ Review

The Christian Alphabet Book
Teaching Children about Jesus, Prayer, and the Bible
by Tracy Sands

Have you wanted to teach your children the alphabet in a new way, one that reflects your beliefs?  Well, The Christian Alphabet Book may be just what you are looking for.  This a unique way of teaching your children about the Bible, Jesus and Prayer using the alphabet as the building block.

An example is F is for Faith
Faith is belief and trust in God.
Then follows a description of faith and exercise of faith so that the child can experience faith in action to grasp better what faith in God is.  A couple of verses are given for reference and a prayer requesting faith is given.

At the end of the book is The Christian Alphabet Symbology where the symbols that are used to form each letter is explained.

The Christian Alphabet Book would perfect for the home schooler, a church library, or as an additional classroom aid in a Christian school.  You can supplement your family devotions as you study and dwell on the love of God.  The only letter that I feel might be confusing to younger children is X which is for eXample.

I was provided a copy of this title for the purpose of this review, all opinions expressed are my own.

Tracy SandsABOUT TRACY SANDS

Tracy Sands is from Peachtree City, Georgia, where she lives with her husband, Albert, and their three sons, Chase, Gabe, and Adam. Tracy taught art and “church school” to all ages for many years. She now spends her time caring for her active family and working on The Christian Alphabet™.
To find out more, please visit her at www.thechristianalphabet.com

ABOUT THE CHRISTIAN ALPHABET

In 1999, the Lord inspired me at a church choir event. As I sat in the back pew, listening to the awesome Christian music, an incredible urge to draw came over me. Being an art teacher, I had experienced this feeling, but never with such intensity. I had a pen in my pocket, but the only paper available was the program I received at the door. In the empty space of that program, I sketched like crazy. I felt as though I would pop if I didn’t get the ideas out of my brain immediately.
I will never forget that experience. I felt peaceful yet energized. God was just getting started with me. Over the next nine months, God and I created this alphabet.