Inquiring minds always want to know, and that’s good because it helps them learn. Talking to your children about God Science just got easier thanks to Louie Giglio.
Talking to Your Children About God and Science
Growing up my sister was a science based kid. She was always so inquisitive and sought out answers to everything in my Papa’s massive library of knowledge. We were also raised with faith and attended Sunday School and church services regularly. She and my papa Elton loved to sit for hours and talk about God’s creations. They really held an amazing bond. I wish she had access to Louie Giglio’s book Indescribable 100 Devotions About God & Science back then. I can picture her and my papa Elton poring over the pages and talking for hours.
However, he’s been in Heaven for quite some now, but I have a copy of this amazing book, so I can read it with my son, and my sister can join us. Liam takes after her in many ways, he even has her nose! His love of Science comes directly from his aunt, and his faith, well that has been ingrained from both sides of our families. So Indescribable is the perfect book.
Devotions About God & Science
To look around and think about how God created everything is pretty awe inspiring. From the smallest protozoa’s to the largest mammals. From the tiniest stars in the sky, to the largest planets. The smallest puddle to the biggest oceans. He made it all. Indescribable 100 Devotions About God & Science covers all of this.
It’s chock full of His creations and scientific findings, as well as devotions. There are photographs, illustrations, and even science experiments to do with your children.
Great for Families and Sunday Schools
We love Indescribable. It’s the ultimate book for families. I also think it would be awesome for Sunday schools too. As a matter of fact, Liam asked if he could give his copy to Pastor Paul when he’s done with it. Pastor Paul just happens to be the minister of our family church, AND a science teacher. How cool is that?
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