Ephesians 6 – The Armor of God

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

$3.95

Children learn about the protective armor of God, and how they can apply this Biblical principle. Relatable illustrations help clarify the verses and applications presented, while historical facts support the concept of the armor.
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32 Print pages. (PDF version has 16 spreads)

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2 reviews for Ephesians 6 – The Armor of God

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ilagesona

    This book about the Armor of God is excellent. I read it to my 5 and 2 year old grandchildren, and they both loved it! The five year (a boy) old asked me to read it a second time right after we finished reading it. It kept their attention very well, and it opened up opportunities to discuss the concepts in more detail. I plan to buy more copies for gifts and for ministry opportunities. Very well done. Love the illustrations and the fact that it is not just a story book, but that the living, active word of God is being instilled in our grand kids. Keep the books coming…

  2. CC Book Review

    What I Like: In Ephesians 6:10-18, each piece of armor is described with scripture and an easy to understand explanation of the scripture. The author, Agnes de Bezenac – who is also the illustrator, used a Roman soldier’s armor as a visual to help a child understand the meaning of the Armor of God. Each piece of armor is highlighted on a separate page.

    The illustrations in the book are awesome. I really love them. They are all so full of detail and add an element to the story beyond just seeing a picture. My eight year old son read this with me and the illustrations invoked conversations about how he thought the images related to what he read.

    What I Dislike: The title of the book is a little unimaginative and I would have much preferred Armor of God as opposed to Ephesians 6. Although I know the book is based on Ephesians 6, the scripture on each page didn’t include the book name, chapter or verse. I found it a little bothersome because I didn’t know which verse I was reading. I also prefer that it be included to help children memorize it. (NOTE: This has been addressed in the new version. Thanks for the suggestion.)

    Overall Rating: Very Good!

    Age Appeal: 7 and under, but my 8 year old liked it.

    Complete review here.

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