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Book Spotlight: Indescribable: 100 Devotions About God and Science: Louie Giglio

SYNOPSIS: We all know that kids love to ask questions. Why? How? When? For parents, it can be hard to know exactly how to answer those questions—from the small ones like why the sky is blue to how big the universe is. And, when it comes to questions about science, there is often an intersection between faith and fact. Thankfully, a new children’s book, Indescribable: 100 Devotions About God and Science (October 10, Tommy Nelson / Passion Publishing), helps parents fuse the two and cover both of those topics with ease.

MY THOUGHTS: I was thrilled to see a devotional based on Scripturally-sound science. There is literally SO much to love about this book. First, of course, is the author. Pastor Louie Giglio is a well-known and well-respected man. As Pastor of Passion City Church, he has made a magnificent difference in the lives of his parishioners (and around the world, too). He has written a number of well-received titles and this one will be loved as well.

He has taken a hugely controversial topic in Christianity- Science- made portrayed it to children so that they will understand & be able to bear witness to its Creator. I’ll never understand how anyone can view the beauty of creation and not believe in the God who created it all! I love the gentle way in which Pastor Giglio shows the reader both illustrated and photographic images pertaining to the daily devotional topics. Then, he accurately points out the correlation to the day’s Scripture.

Although potentially geared to the elementary set, ‘Indescribable’ can be enjoyed by readers at any age. I loved every page and I’m WAY passed elementary school. Each day offers a new view at the world around us, our health, the weather and more. I highly recommend getting a copy either for a young reader or even yourself. It is a way beyond 5 star devotional!
*Synopsis & pics belong solely to the author & publisher.
**I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine.

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