Popular children's author Karyn Henley, author of The Beginner's Bible, has created a unique tool to help children establish Bible-reading habits for a lifetime--with an investment of just seven minutes per day.
In this revised version of God's Story, daily Bible readings lead readers ages seven and up through the Scriptures in just one year. The Day by Day Kid's Bible bridges the gap between a Bible storybook and a full-text Bible since the Scriptures are simplified for young readers. New features include dated Bible readings for every day of the year, two-color interior, and full-color pictorial time line of events.
Children's communicator Karyn Henley is the
award-winning author of The Beginner's Bible,
which has sold over four million copies and been
translated into 17 languages.
Specializing in materials for young readers,
Karyn has published God's Story, a chronological
Bible; My First Hymnal, an easy-reading
introduction to great hymns of the faith; the
Playsongs video series for children ages 2 to 5; Before I Dream, which contains Bible stories and songs; and the Tails activity and story books that challenge preschoolers. Her resources for parents and teachers include Child Sensitive Teaching, Sword Fighting, God's Story and Me, Families Learning Together, and 100 Ways to Teach Your Child About God.
Karyn received the 1997 Excellence in
Children's Ministry Award from the Children's
Pastor's Conference, was named one of the Top 10
People Who Have Changed the Face of Children's
Ministry by Children's Ministry Magazine, and received a regional Emmy award as a music composer for a Christmas television special and a song-writing Dove Award nomination.
At the age of 14, Karyn's mother
asked her to teach a Bible class of 18-month-olds
and started Karyn on the path to ministering to
young children. Karyn is a graduate of Abilene
Christian University and lives in Nashville,
Tennessee, with her husband and their two sons.
Some thirty years after that first experience
teaching Bible class, her Playsongs concerts and Child Talk seminars for parents and teachers are
popular events at churches in the United States