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Why Do Bad Things Happen?

Children’s Ministers, Christian Parents, Homeschool Moms, and Homeschool Dads,

The best time to prepare for a disaster is before it strikes. Why Do Bad Things Happen? is a seven-week, daily family Bible study which seeks to answer the question, “How could a good God allow bad things to happen, especially to good people?” Insufficient answers to this question are one of the primary reasons why people walk away from the Christian faith. This is the second book in the Worldview Series.

The proposed family devotional is not exhaustive. Its purpose is to guide parents and guardians of elementary children to lay a solid groundwork, at an age-appropriate level, in order to better equip children for when they later encounter disasters and the harsh realities of life. (Note that the examples used in this study are limited to things a typical American elementary-age child may encounter themselves or in the lives of their friends.) Included is an annotated bibliography for those interested in further reading.

This is a working description, subject to change in the final publication.

How does it work?

Our devotionals are written for busy families with elementary children, keeping in mind that there may be older and/or younger children also in the home. This seven-week study will have five fifteen-minute lessons per week.

This family Bible study will include Bible study, apologetics (explaining and defending what Christians believe), application, memory verses, Bible study skills, and fun activities.

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