Conversations with God for Parents

Sharing the Messages with Children

Conversations with God for Parents

Soon after the first Conversations with God book was published in May 1995, demand began for tools that would assist parents in teaching the marvelous concepts of this extraordinary dialogue to children. Readers wanted to share with their offspring what CwG had shared with them. "If only I have been introduced to these ways of seeing God and myself when I was 8 or 9, my whole life would have been different" were the words Neale Donald Walsch heard in letter after letter and conversation after conversation. This book is an outgrowth of the School of New Spirituality program. In it, Walsch has joined with Laurie Lankins Farley and Emily A. FIlmore, the directors of the school, to put into one place all the spiritual concepts of a home schooling curriculum. This book makes available for parents not only the tools for teaching CwG'sconcepts, but a narrative summary of the concepts themselves, to help aid in their home schooling efforts, and help them to use the other tools created by the school with maximum effectiveness. Each chapter is presented in two parts: (1) A narrataive for parents that includes background information and interpretative commentary on the spiritual concepts being explored; and (2)Tools with which parents may effectively share these concepts with their children. Together they form a powerful guide for the spiritual teachers of the 21st century,

Conversations with God for Teens

Conversations with God for Teens

Suppose you could ask God any question and get an answer. What would it be? Well, young people all over the world have been asking those questions. This book is suitable for those who ever wanted to know if God is listening to them, if God can really help, if God cares about them, and if there is a God.

Talking with Your Kids about God

30 Conversations Every Christian Parent Must Have

Talking with Your Kids about God

Christian parenting is hard work--and it's getting harder. Parents have a deep desire to pass on their faith, but fear that today's increasingly skeptical and hostile world will eventually lead their kids to reject the truth of Christianity. That leaves many parents feeling overwhelmed--uncertain of what they can do to help their children, given the difficulty and extent of the faith challenges they will face. This practical and timely resource gives parents the confidence of knowing what to discuss with their children and how to discuss it in order to facilitate impactful conversations that will form the basis of a lifelong faith. In a friendly, parent-to-parent voice, Natasha Crain identifies 30 specific conversations about God that parents must have with their children, organizing them under the categories of - the existence of God - science and God - the nature of God - believing in God - the difference God makes Chapters are sequenced in a curriculum-oriented way to provide a cumulative learning experience, making this book a flexible resource for use in multiple settings: homes, church classes, youth groups, small groups, private Christian schools, and homeschools. Every chapter has a step-by-step conversation guide with discussion questions and tips, and content is readily adaptable for use with kids of any age (elementary through high school). Endorsements: "My prayer is that God will use this book to both motivate and equip you to help your kids develop convictions about their faith."--From the foreword by Sean McDowell, PhD, Biola University professor, speaker, and author of more than eighteen books, including A New Kind of Apologist "I can't think of a more relevant or more needed book for parents raising kids in today's culture. This book on apologetics will lead parents in critical conversations that will help grow and guide kids to be lifelong followers of Christ."--Kristen Welch, author of Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World "Hey parents: Do you want to reduce the chances that your child will follow the crowd to the point of rejecting Christ and the values and truths you hold so dearly? Then you need to have the conversations that Natasha Crain so brilliantly describes in this book. Prevent heartbreak later by reading and heeding this book now!"--Frank Turek, PhD, president of CrossExamined Ministries and author of I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist and Stealing from God "May this book lead to thousands more Moms and Dads engaging with their kids through an intelligent faith. And may there be tens of thousands more kids who feel loved because the adults in their lives take their questions seriously."--Jeff Myers, PhD, president, Summit Ministries

The Complete Conversations with God

An Uncommon Dialogue

The Complete Conversations with God

To mark the tenth anniversary of the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1, all three of the most essential books in Neale Donald Walsch's seminal trilogy are brought together in one beautiful volume just in time for the gift-giving season. Conversations with God, Book 1 was the start of Neale Donald Walsch's ongoing dialogue with God. The trilogy contains the most essential truths and lessons for spiritual seekers, and these books are the bestselling of all the author's works. Featuring a new foreword by the author, printed throughout in two colors, and inserted in a fully enclosed full-color box, this remarkable book will be a Christmas gift to treasure.

Our Conversations with God

Our Conversations with God

If you've ever wanted to pour your heart out to God in times of change, Our Conversations with God takes a deeper look at how to talk with God, trust God for supernatural strength, and truly seek the one and only source of refuge, our Lord and Savior. It gives an in-depth look at how crying out to God in times of spiritual crisis, marital needs, sickness, and sufferings will help you overcome doubt, uncertainty, and fear to bring about a life extreme for Christ. Susan Lemon and her family draw closer to the Lord through a series of life-altering changes that are detailed in short story form. Intimately woven into those stories are other fellow believers, challenges of their faith and marriages, and spiritual stumbling blocks. Take a glimpse of truly intimate confessions of the soul and see how God speaks through His Holy Word, prayer, and life circumstances. daughters, Danielle, age eleven, and Alex, age five. Susan was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she resided all of her life until 2002 when she and her family relocated to Chattanooga, Tennessee. After spending many years in the business management field, Susan felt led to leave her chosen career and put her roots down in the Lord through writing, working part-time, and volunteering. Her husband, David, also left his corporate career and chose to follow God's plan in opening a home-based computer business. Today, Susan and David are prayer partners joined together and determined to bring about a greater love for Christ in all that they do and a glimmer of hope for the world to see.

Conversations with God

An Uncommon Dialogue

Conversations with God

Conversations with God Book 1 began a series that has been changing millions of lives for more than ten years. Finally, the bestselling series is now a movie, starring Henry Czerny (The Pink Panther and Clear and Present Danger) and Ingrid Boulting (The Last Tycoon). Produced and directed by Stephen Simon (producer of Somewhere in Time and What Dreams May Come) and distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films and Fox Home Entertainment, the theatrical release is set for October 27, 2006. The movie is the true account of Walsch (played by Cierny), who went from an unemployed homeless man to an "accidental spiritual messenger" and author of the bestselling book

Night Conversations with Cardinal Martini: The Relevance of the Church for Tomorrow

Night Conversations with Cardinal Martini: The Relevance of the Church for Tomorrow

Carlo M. Martini was cardinal of the largest diocese in the world, a scholar, and one of the most renowned men of the church. Georg Sporschill has worked in prisons and lived with drug-addicted street children in Romania and Moldavia. The two Jesuits met in Jerusalem and became firends: two worlds, one faith--and a passionate search for ways in which the message of Jesus of Nazareth can still be effective for tomorrow. In a series of conversations they ask what faith can mean for life, what future young people have in the church, and what must be changed so that Crhistianity itself has a future. The questions from young people are the catalyst for deep thought. Is the future only dark? Where are the rays of light on the horizon? What would Jesus say today?

Conversations with God, Books 2 & 3

An Uncommon Dialogue

Conversations with God, Books 2 & 3

AND GOD SAID… Neale Donald Walsch didn’t claim to be special or spiritually gifted. He was just a frustrated man who sat down one day with pen in his hand and some tough questions in his heart. As he wrote his questions to God, he realized that God was answering them—directly—through Walsch’s pen. And the result was a series of witty, provocative, and profound books that have changed the lives of readers around the world. Here in one handsome volume, with new introductions and afterwords, are the second two books in the Conversations with God series. In Conversations with God 2, Neale Donald Walsch and God continue their discussion and move on to larger topics than the personal issues addressed in Conversation with God 1. The pair discusses time, space, and politics. It is an honest look at some of the broad issues important to all of us on the planet. Conversations with God 3, the final book of the original three-book series, contains “universal truths of the highest order, and the challenges and opportunities of the soul.” In this volume, the dialogue expands to include more about the nature of God, about love and fear, about who we are and who we may become. Here is also a profound dialogue about the culture, philosophy, and spirituality of highly evolved beings in other realms of the universe and how they have learned to view life, love, and the pursuit of happiness.

Conversations with Our Kindergartner

Conversations with Our Kindergartner

So, what does it look like for you and your daughter to walk with God? Enter into ten true stories, full of dialoge between Maggie and her parents as they explore what it looks like for one family to walk with their girls and God. Get a glimpse into how this family puts their six-year-old into the presence of God. How they present Truth as they talk about freedom, the War, Evil, what her heart was made for and the reality of her life ...all though everyday encounters. Hopefully this book will awaken possibilities to the kind of conversations you can have with your princess. Softcover]

My Conversations with God

Wondering, Pondering and Trying to Get It Right

My Conversations with God

I wonder a lot about what God is doing in the world. And why He picks some of the people he picks to do the things He has them do. I even wonder why He picked me to do what He said He wanted me to do. So I asked Him. And He told me. Told me about that Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Told me about Noah and his big boat. About Abraham and Jacob and Joseph down in Egypt - And Moses and that Goat. Told me about Joshua and the Walls of Jericho. Job on the dung heap. Made me feel better about myself. I was hesitant to ask Him about His own Son, Jesus. But He talked to me just as if He thought I might be able to understand. And Peter and Paul. And how a man could be struck blind and have his eyes opened all at the same time. I was still wondering, more than ever. And he took me back again to that Tree of Knowledge and I thought that Tree must be the most wonderful Tree in all Creation. But a greater wonder is that He would talk with me, and give me such a special job to do. I wondered: Why me? Then He said to me. Write it down. And get it right this time. So I wrote it down just the way He told it to me. Now I wonder if I have got it right. And if you who read my tale will get it right because you are one of His People too. I hope.