Sooner or later children have big questions about God, life, faith and the Bible, especially when their friends start asking them what they believe. A common question is: Why does God let bad things happen?
Big questions deserve good answers. This warm, reassuring, and fast-paced book examines what the Bible says to help 9-13 year olds think about this big question for themselves. It places the problem of suffering in the context of the great story of the Bible, and encourages readers to see that whatever they face, Jesus is with them. Vivid stories and illustrations make this book easy to read for this age group.
Chris Morphew, a Christian studies teacher and school chaplain, has been answering big questions from kids in his class for more than a decade. He has written over 20 books for children and young people, including Best News Ever, a 100-day devotional book for tweens.
Emma Randall has illustrated many books, including Diary of a Disciple.
Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen? is part of the Big Questions series: fun, fast-paced books that tell kids ages 9-13 what the Bible says about some of life’s big questions, and help them grow in confident, thoughtful faith.
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