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eBook I Love God's Green Earth: Devotions for Kids Who Want to Take Care of God's Creation ePub

by Michael Carroll

eBook I Love God's Green Earth: Devotions for Kids Who Want to Take Care of God's Creation ePub
Author: Michael Carroll
Language: English
ISBN: 1414331797
ISBN13: 978-1414331799
Publisher: Tyndale Kids (March 1, 2010)
Pages: 192
Category: Religions
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 604
Formats: docx lit lrf mbr
ePub file: 1697 kb
Fb2 file: 1187 kb

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The book I Love God's Green Earth by Michael & Caroline Carroll teaches kids about how the care of creation can draw them closer to God. I love this book because it has practical projects to help care for the Earth for kids to do on every page

The book I Love God's Green Earth by Michael & Caroline Carroll teaches kids about how the care of creation can draw them closer to God. I love this book because it has practical projects to help care for the Earth for kids to do on every page. I love teaching my kids how to help with the environment and make it a better place for all of us to live. I Love God's Green Earth has 90 days of devotions.

I LOVE GOD'S GREEN EARTH is a devotional for kids who want to take care of God's creation. which should be everyone. Each devotional starts with a verse, usually in the New Living Word version, followed by a short devotional relating the verse with some aspect of nature. Then it makes the "connection" tying scripture into creation. After that, it concludes with a section called "What can I do?" that will help your child understand their part. And, to make it fun, each devotional includes a joke or riddle

My Thoughts about I Love God's Green Earth This book covers a period of 90 days with scripture lessons, fun . I liked the What Can I Do? part of the daily devotion. I think that this is good for all of us and for children to think about how as individuals, we can help save our planet.

My Thoughts about I Love God's Green Earth This book covers a period of 90 days with scripture lessons, fun facts, activities and even jokes. A very interesting collection of fun facts and I even learned a few things that I did not know. Children are very receptive to new things and I think that this book will give them opportunities to think up ways to help save the environment and be able to use what they learn in their lives as they grow.

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Kids love working on practical projects to help take care of the Earth; they are often the family's biggest proponents of. .My Thoughts about I Love God's Green Earth This book covers a period of 90 days with scripture lessons, fun facts, activities and even jokes.

Kids love working on practical projects to help take care of the Earth; they are often the family's biggest proponents of recycling. For instance,"The deadliest earthquake ever recorded shook the Earth in Shansi, China, on January 23rd, 1556.

Kids love working on practical projects to help take care of the Earth; they are often the family's biggest proponents of recycling

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Kids love working on practical projects to help take care of the Earth; they are often the family’s biggest proponents of recycling. This book will attract those eco-friendly kids and teach them how creation care can actually draw them closer to God. Each devotion includes a Scripture verse, a “Connection” section to help kids apply both the biblical and environmental lessons, and a “What Can I Do?” section with a takeaway activity. Jokes and fun facts are also included throughout the devotion to make this book fun, informative, and interesting to readers.
Bulace
love this book .Unfortunately I find it to be a minority in the Christian church who take the environment seriously as they should. This book helps not only helps kids but adults alike see so many verses that show that God created, loves, and wants us to care for the land and animals.
jorik
The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. Psalm 24:1, KJV For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse... Romans 1:20, KJV We see His creation all around us. It is a testament to God's existence. His creation is precious and sacred. We need to take better care of the Earth and all that dwell here, including ourselves both for our physical and spiritual well being.

The book I Love God's Green Earth by Michael & Caroline Carroll teaches kids about how the care of creation can draw them closer to God. I love this book because it has practical projects to help care for the Earth for kids to do on every page. I love teaching my kids how to help with the environment and make it a better place for all of us to live.

I Love God's Green Earth has 90 days of devotions. Each devotion includes a Scripture verse, “Facts” section that goes into the science behind the topic of the day, a “Connection” section to help kids link both the biblical truth and scientific facts to the scripture, and a “What Can I Do?” section with a takeaway action (react, read, readopt, reconnect, reconsider, record, recycle, reduce, reflect, refresh, refuse, regift, rejoice, relay, renew, replant, request, research, respect, restore, rethink, retrace, reuse, review). Jokes, riddles, and fun facts are also included at the end of each devotion to make this book more fun, informative, and interesting. I love that these devotions/devotionals are educational and spiritual as well as eco-friendly and they teach kids to be more responsible and take care of their surroundings.

Since we already recycle and compost I was looking for something from the book that we need to do better. One of the things that we have been focusing on as a family is Day 26, Bug Spray Gone Bad, which focuses on using safer methods than harmful toxic pesticides to get rid of pests for gardening and other things. These methods are so much better for the environment and I have been learning about going totally organic with my gardening technicians. One of the things we want to do is introduce more beneficial bugs to our garden, like: ladybugs/lady beetles, praying mantises, spined soldier bugs, lacewings, earthworms, nematodes, honey bees, mason bees, etc. These bugs eat bad bugs, enrich & improve the soil, and pollinate the flowers to make the garden lovelier and more prolific. This book briefly goes into how to help by: teaching us that marigolds attract beneficial ladybugs that eat harmful aphids and including a recipe for a all natural weed killer that can be used as a safe alternative.

This book is a wonderful Christian alternative to all the secular books teaching about going green that are out there. I love the scriptures and biblical message that this has to offer. As a Christian mother I embrace books like this. I recommend this to Christian parents or caretakers everywhere.

I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers to facilitate this review.
Fesho
When I began thinking about who to approach this review, I thought I needed to address creation, evolution, and intelligent design. But, I've come to feel now that isn't the place for me to start.

Last year, we began a Bible study in our small group on the book of Genesis by Tim Keller. His Bible Studies, by the way, are my favorite by far of any studies I've ever done. I was looking forward to the study because I knew I'd been avoiding the discussion of creation and evolution and resolving what I felt about new earth and old earth theories. Much to my surprise, Tim Keller didn't address any of these things. Instead, he made the point that what we should be focusing is on what God did say in the Word--which is what really matters. Sometimes we get very caught up and distracted from what the Bible says by giving to much attention to trying to figure out what God doesn't state explicitly in His Word (ie. about creation). This study set my heart at ease and reminded me that there will be things that I don't understand and trust that I will not understand--because I am not God.

But, I suppose that's enough of my rambling! I hope it explains where I'm coming from. I'm reviewing i (heart) God's Green Earth by Michael and Caroline Carroll. It is a new devotional published by Tyndale for kids 6-11 years old.

When I opened up this book, I loved the introduction. I resonated with what the authors shared. It was right up my alley! I was excited to read this book.

The first time I read it when it arrived I was only excited about the introduction. I had read things out of order, picking and choosing random entries. That was a bad choice on my part.

I had my mind made up after that first reading, but couldn't articulate what I didn't like it. So, I just picked the book up and started at the beginning instead. I started to see past the very minor things I didn't like and see how this devotional does explain exactly what I want my kids to know and think about taking care of this world! The devotional entries build upon each other from the beginning to explain why we should take care of the earth (and they even explain what an ecological footprint is in the first 10 entries). There are 90 devotional entries in all.

For each entry, there is a Bible verse, devotional entry, connection to the verse, jokes or interesting facts and something you can do to care for the earth. I like all of the parts except for the something you can do for the earth. There are 2 things I wish the authors had done with this part. 1) I wish they had simply used the word "pray" rather than "relay your thoughts" about talking to God. I understand they were staying with an R theme, but for some reason, it just rubbed me the wrong way. I suppose it's because it reminds me of the way a lot of "new age" cults express the idea of talking to God. When I read it to my children, I will use the word Pray instead. 2) I wish there had been more practical, physical suggestions of things that my kids could to do to take care of the earth. Outside of those two minor issues, I enjoyed all the other parts of the daily devotions. The jokes were fun and silly and I like the facts. They are opportunities to talk about the world we live in and ignite their curiosity about God's creation.

I am impressed with this book and I do really like it. I've read several devotions and a lot of them are just okay--good, but if you're only buying 1 or 2, they aren't what I'd recommend. This devotional addresses a very special issue. As a homeschooling parent, I think it's perfect for integrating into your science curriculum when you teach your children grades 2-6 about caring for the earth. I look forward to doing that next year! My daughter at 6 years old is still a little young for it. I think that it would be best for 6-11 year olds (6 year olds if they have older siblings).
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