Teaching About The Trinity To Kids

Understanding the concept of the Trinity can be hard enough to teach adults let alone to teach kids. What is the Trinity you may even be asking? You know the concept that God has three parts, the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. A three in one deal.

Teaching your kids the Trinity

Teaching your kids the Trinity

We are excited to share a book that does a wonderful job of explaining that concept to even a very young child. It is called 3 in 1: A picture of God by Joanne Marxhausen/ Concordia Publishing House.  This presentation of how God relates to us through a Trinity is great for children of all ages.

Very easy to understand and would make a great shower gift for moms to add to the new child’s library.

Using the comparison of how an apple is an apple but it still has three parts is very effective as an apple is a normal part of a child’s everyday life.

It is also very exciting this book is translated into Spanish, and is available for free on You Tube (3 in 1: A picture of God) in a video format. The story of the Trinity also gives the salvation message for even the youngest of children.

As an illustrator, I personally love the graphic quality of this book that keeps the concept very simple, fun and colorful.

If you like what you read, check out our children’s book, Hooked on the Book, on this website.  It provides the Big Story behind all 66 books in the Bible including colorful illustrations, rhymes and a surprise on every page

 

 

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About Liz Hagler

Liz Hagler is the illustrator and co-author of Hooked On The Book. Liz loves to draw silly drawings, write crazy poems, walk her dog down the block, talk to her kids on Skype, and eat taco salad.
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