Book Review: I Have Faith by Davin Whitehurst

28 Jul

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I Have Faith

Title: I Have Faith
Author: Davin Whitehurst
Publisher: Childlike Faith Publishing
Pages: 26
Genre:  Children

Are you ready to get your child excited about faith? “I Have Faith” puts your child right in the footsteps of Danny as he begins to learn about faith. Danny and his older brother have been wanting a dog, but both know their parents don’t think they are ready for a dog. When Danny’s mom begins teaching him what the bible says about faith, he puts his faith into action. After praying and releasing his faith for a dog, doubt and even his best friend keep telling him that he will never get a dog. Over time Danny never loses his faith in the promises of God and finds that God is faithful and that faith works. Come along on this journey that is a real life event that took place in the author’s life as a child.

This book has great illustrations that support a wonderful story about finding faith in God. As you are teaching your child about principals in the bible; this book will help you teach faith. What a wonderful experience it is when we can see our children begin to develop their faith in God, and grow from a tiny mustard seed to a firmly planted tree. The back of the book has a parent/child discussion which will help children gain understanding in faith and some scriptures that Danny’s mom used to get him excited about faith.

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My Review

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

I Have Faith is a nicely illustrated book with text that is easy for young children to read. It teaches them about having faith in the Lord and that He hears and answers our prayers. It’s a great book for teaching children about faith but it doesn’t explain that even though God hears our prayers, sometimes His answer is no. I think it would be important for parents to address the fact that faith is important but even with faith, you may not get a puppy (or whatever your heart desires at the moment).

At the end of the book are questions for discussion between the child and parents, scriptures relating to faith, and a parent guide for help in answering the discussion questions. All of these are great additions to the book.

I Have Faith is a good book to start teaching children about faith.

 

Book Excerpt

“Hi! My name is Danny.” This is how I learned to trust God and believe His word.

It’s called faith, and you have faith too.

 

About the Author

Davin WhitehurstDavin Whitehurst lives in the beautiful high desert of Southern Arizona with his wife and son. He is releasing his first book “I have Faith” in May of 2016 but has so many more that are in the making. The motivation behind the books are deeply rooted from in his own past. He is a living testimony of Proverbs 22:6. Growing up in Southwest Kansas and in a Christian household, he was trained up in the way he should go. By the time he became a teenager, Davin turned away from God and left church. Fast forward into his late twenties and God brought him back with a powerful calling. He and his family have been faithfully serving at Seed of Abraham Christian Center International for over seven years now. Proof that when we teach our children the way they should go. When they get older, they know where to turn and will not depart from God. Davin wants each book written to be a resource that parents have to help train their children in the way they should go. He writes stories in a simple way that will be fun and practical for every child. He wants children to get excited about faith and the things of God.

 

 

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One Response to “Book Review: I Have Faith by Davin Whitehurst”

  1. cfpbooks August 5, 2016 at 12:08 am #

    Thank you for the review and your time. I hope this book is a blessing to every child that reads it.

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