Comfort in the Darkness Helping Children Draw Close to God Through Biblical Stories of Night-Time and Sleep by Mrs Rachel Turner
  

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Comfort in the Darkness Helping Children Draw Close to God Through Biblical Stories of Night-Time and Sleep by Mrs Rachel Turner

Night-themed Bible stories for families to share together Sleep, dreams and the night can be mysterious and sometimes troubling. Children can be afraid of the dark, have nightmares and night terrors, sleepwalk, or have insomnia. How do we address their concerns and fears and help them to draw close to God at night? This collection of Bible story retellings exploring God's character and promises will enable parents to help children grow in peace, confidence and understanding of who God is. Includes: - Bible story retellings, each including a prayer, direct Bible quotations, and one or two questions to discuss as wished - Guidance for parents, including tips on how to encourage children's connection to God at night, and how to troubleshoot specific spiritual and emotional issues that arise around sleep, night and dreams

About the Author

Rachel Turner has been a full-time children's and families worker and the National Children's Work Coordinator for New Wine, and continues to consult, speak at conferences and run training days for parents, children and youth workers around the UK and Europe. She is the author of the Parenting Children for a Life of Faith series.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Mrs Rachel Turner
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Author's Website

www.rachelturner.org.uk/

Publisher

Barnabas for Children an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

23rd September 2016

ISBN

9780857464231


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