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“What Kids Pray” is a window into the author’s endeavor to teach her very young Sunday school students about prayer. Nancy became concerned when she noticed a trend. Her students didn’t know what to pray or even how to pray. She became determined to include a time focused on prayer as a part of every class. “What Kids Pray” chronicles some of the strategies the author uses to teach children about prayer. In this book, Nancy shares some of the student’s unique and often humorous responses. This time of learning and practicing prayer became precious to the author and a testimony as to, “What Kids Pray”.


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Defeat Fear Forever Book review

“Defeat Fear Forever”, a book by author Christina Li, is rich with Bible reference. I found Christina’s book to be a deep but pleasant read. It is full of thoughts to chew on, such as: “Don’t follow your heart, it’s an awful compass.” and “Feelings are meant to be our servants, not the other way around.”

As Christina Li states early in her book, “You can defeat fear forever. It all comes down to really getting to know the One who can help you.”

In “Defeat Fear Forever”, Christina is transparent about personal moments in her life where fear defined her and includes many interesting excerpts from other authors and their experiences with defeating fear.

I highly recommend this book, whether you are suffering from fear or know someone who is or would like to dig deeper into issues of low self-esteem. This is not a dry read, you will enjoy it!


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