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For ages 8-13
Character Curriculum for Ages 4-6 although your older kids may enjoy...
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Fully illustrated book to teach character to preschool and kindergarten
Learn about 45 crucial character qualities
Learn to apply Scripture to your everyday life.
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Great for family devotions!
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This family collection contains two books chock full of true life stories to illustrate character qualites in a powerful way to your family. Stories you will never forget serve as a powerful reminder to strive to implement godly character in our own lives. We love using these books during family time so we can learn together.
Portraits of Integrity-One of the most powerful ways to inspire people to greatness is through the stories of great people from the past. In Portraits of Integrity you and your children will be challenged to strive for excellence through the examples of 45 people who did just that. They will meet:
Throughout America's history, young people have been entertained and challenged by the stories of heroes from the past. Kids love the stories of great men and women from history and they want to be like them. Now Profiles of Valor brings to life 40 fascinating characters from America's War of Independence.
Your children will love these exciting true stories. And they'll be inspired to strive for the character qualities they illustrate. They'll see greatness exemplied by:
Nancy Strong, the patriot spy who ferreted out information about British military strategy and signaled it to Washington's spies-by hanging various colored petticoats on her clothesline!
General George Washington, whose desperate prayer in the snow of Valley Forge brought supernatural deliverance to his starving soldiers-through a miraculous swarm of fish in a nearby river.
Reverand James Caldwell, "The Fighting Chaplain", who sent bullets and Scripture flying toward charging British soldiers when he threw copies of Watt's Hymnal to his men for rifle wadding, shouting "Give em Watts, b
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