WIN: God is with me books

At some point along the mom journey I am sure we have all experienced the words of one of our children saying “Mommy, I’m scared , I’m afraid or I’m frightened” only to them take time to assure them they are safe. Wouldn’t you love a tool to help you teach your children that God is always there with them?

When I was asked to review and share with the 24/7 MOMS about two news books, I knew right away these would be the perfect tools for us moms to use in sharing with our children about how God is always with them. And I was right they are simple to read and understand and have fabulous illustrations on every page.

Julie Cantrell is a mom and author who first created the picture book, God is with Me through the Night, to help her own daughter navigate the fears she faced at bedtime. Soon, neighborhood moms and preschool teachers requested copies of the book to help their own children. That’s when Julie realized the book might help many young children overcome their f
This story assures children that God is always near and that he is their protector who never stops caring for them all day through.

God is with Me through the Day
For a child, so many things can happen in one day. Sometimes the world outside is a scary place. There is so much to be discovered and understood and at times the adventure is simply overwhelming. This story reminds kids that God is always present. He is a protector who never stops caring for all children each day through. With comforting pictures of lovable critters that seem to have similar feelings and an engaging message, children will be assured that God is always near.

God is with Me through the Night

This story is one that parents will love reading to their children to remind them that nighttime may be frightening, but they are always in God’s safekeeping.

In this book, furry friends reveal that even the biggest and bravest of God’s creatures feel frightened sometimes. This comforting story allows parents to build stronger bonds with their children while reminding readers of all ages that fear, loneliness, and hopelessness can be alleviated when we put our trust in God. The story ends with an easy-to-remember Bible verse that teaches children about God’s love. “Fear not, for I am with you” (Isaiah 41:10).

Visit Julie’s blog site for more information about the books and the author. You can also network with other moms and read encouraging stories on their facebook group, God is with Me through the Day and Night. Hope to see you there.

WIN – 24/7 MOMS and Zonderzidz and Julie Cantrell are giving away one set of these God is with me books.

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1. Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.

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US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on November 29th, 2009.

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111 Responses

  1. I have been dealing with this lately and these would great to win for my son! I am a subscriber.

    ahnjastubb at gmail dot com

  2. I've been a subscriber for a long time now and love it! I'd love to win these books for my grandson who is going through a hard time. Thanks

  3. These would be perfect for my daughter as we've been dealing with this daily lately.
    I subscribe.

    kasey at allthingsmamma dot com

  4. These books look beautiful and often is hard to connect to God in a way little ones understand. Fear… they can run with it and there are so many harried nights. Looks like these will leave their last thoughts of the night knowing safety and security and protection. very sweet and necessary. THANK you to the author for writing and giving the books to someone. AND to 24/7 Moms.

    ejrichter60 (at) gmail (dot) com

  5. I would LOVE to win these book for my daughter. Thanks for the chance!

    e-mail subscriber

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  6. I'm a subscriber with my amywill5918 at gmail dot com address – that is my addy to read blogs and such – if I win – can you contact me @ 2ndchancephoenix at gmail dot com…? 🙂

  7. These sound great! I'm a school library media specialist, so I'm always on the lookout for great new books for kids! My son would LOVE these!!

    I'm a subscriber. 🙂

    jamieandandre at bellsouth dot net

  8. I'm a Children's Church Dir. and I have a couple children that one of these books would be a blessing too. They don't have everything other children have. They don't have the privalige of living with their mom or dad and if I got one I would give it to one of these children for Christmas. Thank You for the chance to win.
    God Bless, JoAnn

  9. Our little girl is 2 and is just learning about God. I remember I learned about Jesus at 3, so this would be helpful for her to understand.

    I subscribe-spcale at yahoo dot com or spencer1953 at gmail dot com.

  10. I am a subscriber, and would like to be entered to win. Thank you for having this giveaway.
    litefoot873 (@)

  11. metu18 AT hotmail DOT com is already subscribed.
    My Grandmother in her mid nineties appreciates spititual devotional messages as well as my youngsters.

  12. My daughter is loving,determined,obstinate,having trouble Mothering a developmental challenge 6 part-time, goes to school full time and tries her best.

    My daughter is determined,stubborn, self willed,love holidays to create with her developmentally challenged 6 yr. son .likes to look cute,shy.She is going to school full time ,works full time,is a diabetic 1 and does what she can with her son.Hard to take advice from a Mother who did everything by the age of 25 and than fell apart and is also a loner. she has no health insurance..Her son loves to read and she takes him to the library, whenever possible..she couls really use new books.


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