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Respect and Enjoy God's Creation (edição: 2012)

de Malinda Mitchell, Ray Ruppert (Fotógrafo)

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God's creation is all around us. Malinda Mitchell provides great tips for children to learn how to respect His creation. Whether on vacation, visiting a farm, zoo, or just in their own back yard, children will be able to appreciate and learn more about the way we have been blessed with God's creation.Each page is accompanied by photographs which will inspire children and adults alike. You will want to get this book and read it to your younger children or have your older ones read it to you. You can discuss how God has provided for us through His creation and how we should take good care of what He has provided.Malinda Mitchell resides in Mississippi with her husband, Alton. She has four grown children, a seventeen-year-old son, and eight grandchildren. Malinda has been writing fiction for all ages for more than forty years. Malinda's favorite interests are spending time with family and friends, writing, and still-life oil painting. Malinda also had articles published in the 2008 summer and 2009 spring issues of Once Upon A Time Magazine before they closed their doors. She also writes for a card company. Ray Ruppert is an amateur photographer, author , and editor for Tex Ware Publishing. He lives in Washington State with his wife, Terri, where many of the pictures in this book were taken. The cover photo is of the Skykomish valley as seen from Wallace Falls.… (mais)
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Título:Respect and Enjoy God's Creation
Autores:Malinda Mitchell
Outros autores:Ray Ruppert (Fotógrafo)
Informação:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2012), Paperback, 24 pages
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What is your favorite part of God’s creation? Is it animal, vegetable, or mineral? Author Malinda Mitchell, grandmother of eight who has been writing fiction for over forty years, says in the Foreword, “I am the mother of five children whom I taught to fear God and give Him glory for all of His creation. We should enjoy God’s creation, yet at the same time respect it.” She goes on to write about nature; farm animals; cats and dogs; wild animals; birds; insects and spiders; ocean life; trees; and fruits, vegetables, and nuts. All of these subjects are beautifully illustrated with gorgeous photographs taken by Ray Ruppert. So, just how can we appreciate God’s creation and still show respect for it?

The book discusses how God has provided for us through His creation and how we can learn to respect it by taking good care of what He has provided. For example, it reminds us, “If you are eating while sightseeing, don’t forget to put any trash you may have, like sandwich or candy wrappers, or empty potato chip bags, in trash containers and not on the ground.” Mitchell tells us that we wouldn’t be enjoying nature if it weren’t for our grand Creator’s love for creating, so whether we’re sightseeing, shopping, on vacation, or in school, as we observe all of God’s creation, including other people, and see how wonderfully made everything is, we should take a moment and give thanks to God for everything that He has done. Respect and Enjoy God’s Creation gets a high five from me. ( )
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God's creation is all around us. Malinda Mitchell provides great tips for children to learn how to respect His creation. Whether on vacation, visiting a farm, zoo, or just in their own back yard, children will be able to appreciate and learn more about the way we have been blessed with God's creation.Each page is accompanied by photographs which will inspire children and adults alike. You will want to get this book and read it to your younger children or have your older ones read it to you. You can discuss how God has provided for us through His creation and how we should take good care of what He has provided.Malinda Mitchell resides in Mississippi with her husband, Alton. She has four grown children, a seventeen-year-old son, and eight grandchildren. Malinda has been writing fiction for all ages for more than forty years. Malinda's favorite interests are spending time with family and friends, writing, and still-life oil painting. Malinda also had articles published in the 2008 summer and 2009 spring issues of Once Upon A Time Magazine before they closed their doors. She also writes for a card company. Ray Ruppert is an amateur photographer, author , and editor for Tex Ware Publishing. He lives in Washington State with his wife, Terri, where many of the pictures in this book were taken. The cover photo is of the Skykomish valley as seen from Wallace Falls.

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