Book Review: Evie Learns to Pray
A Children’s Book About Jesus and Prayer (Powerful Kids in the War Room)
Little Evie loves listening to books and hearing her mother pray. One night she sighs, “I want to pray but I don’t know how.”
Her mother teaches her an uncomplicated way to pray that is powerful and easy to remember.
Now you can teach your child how to connect with God with this cozy and beautifully illustrated children’s book.
About Daniel B. Lancaster
Are you looking for practical, easy-to-read books that lead to spiritual transformation? You are in the right place. Daniel B Lancaster (Ph.D.) enjoys writing and recording books that help people grow in their relationship with Jesus in simple yet powerful ways.
Dr. Lancaster has planted two churches in America, served as a long-term missionary in Southeast Asia, shaped the next generation as Vice-President for University Ministries (Union University, Jackson, Tennessee), and is currently a missionary consultant with Cornerstone International.
If you like the writing of Max Lucado, Sheila Walsh, Andy Stanley, or Stormie Omartian, you will enjoy Dr. Lancaster's books.
When not writing, Dr. Dan likes to train others, read at coffee shops, and explore various parts of the world. You can contact him at dan@LightkeeperBooks.com for your next conference, retreat, or church event.
I found this book easy to understand and the concept of how to teach your child to pray very useful. The artwork is colorful and allows the story to come alive. Toward the end of the story is a simple way to remember the word P R A Y. I recommend this book for those unsure of how to teach their children how to pray.
About the Author
As a children’s author, I am blessed to live in the imaginary world of Barn Town where the animals talk and share their lives with me. I believe that I have the best job there is. Another joy I have is reading other children’s authors and sharing their work with you. Read a book and share the joy with others.
Storytelling is as much a part of me as breathing is to my body. I have found that as I tell stories, putting them on paper, it makes room for the other stories that are building and will need to be told soon. I write for children because of their wonderful imaginations. They are the very best at believing that the probable can become possible. Nothing is any better than when the reader climbs into the adventure and joins the journey with you.
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