Thursday, February 27, 2014

Book Review: Questions God Asks By Israel Wayne

This is a sponsored post, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

One of the greatest things about homeschooling has been being able to teach and expose my boys to things that they probably wouldn't otherwise learn about if they were in public school. Another thing that I really enjoy about homeschooling is that it has increased my own thirst for learning and has really helped open doors for me to continue to learn and explore as well. We recently got the chance to review a great book, "Questions God Asks", by Israel Wayne,and it was a great read for me. 

This book was a really enlightening and new take on the Old Testament stories of the Bible. These are all stories that I am very familiar with, and learned a lot about throughout my childhood, but this book offered the stories from a new perspective, and really got me thinking a lot about the same old stories I have heard time and time again. Each chapter features a new question that God asked, and it got me thinking about my own answers to the questions as well. 

My boys are still too young to fully comprehend and understand a book like this, but this book could really come in handy for parents of older kids and teens. It would be a good book to help answer the really hard questions about faith and just life in general. I don't know about you, but those tough questions are the ones that really take my breath away as a mom, and maybe a book like this would be a good asset and a good resource to have when dealing with those issues. 

The book itself is not too short, and not too long, and the lessons and stories are presented in a straightforward, easy to understand way that would make this a perfect book for lessons or a family devotional. The author, Israel Wayne, has several other great homeschooling and parenting books out there that can be a great resource for parents of kids of all ages. I highly recommend it as an addition to your library! You can get the book on Amazon, and the Kindle version is only around $10, the paperback is around $11, and free shipping with Prime! Can't beat that! Check out this video for more info on the book: 

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