The Kid Who Changed the World {Review & Giveaway}

I was given a copy of The Kid Who Changed the World for review purposes.  All opinions are my own.

The Kid Who Changed the World
 
Do you realize that the Lord has given you spiritual gifts to use for his honor and glory? How are you using them to impact the Kingdom and eternity? How have those spiritual gifts been impacted by those before you?
 

I firmly believe in the sovereignty of God. I believe that everything that happens is of no surprise to Him. I believe that He has known every detail of each of our lives from the very beginning of time.

I don’t believe in coincidences or Plan B’s. God is sovereign and he’s in control.

So it’s no surprise to me (or Him) that God orchestrated the lives of just a few people to impact the lives of billions of people all over the world, as told in The Kid Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews.

Andy Andrews tells us the story of Norman Borlaug, a man that was determined to fight hunger by developing a special seed that grew into super plants that fed billions of starving people.

But, Norman didn’t do all of that on his own – it took the relationships that he had with others and the relationships they had with others for the Lord’s will to come to fruition.

Every little thing YOU do matters: what you did yesterday, what you do today, and what you do tomorrow. God made your life so important that every move you make, every action you take, matters…and not only for you or the people around you. Everything you do matters for everyone and for all time.

Here’s what Tommy Nelson has to say about this great resource:

The Kid Who Changed the World

*ages 4-8

*Based on true stories

*Helps children understand that everything they do makes a difference

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Christie is a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful little girls, a pastor's wife, and lover of Jesus. Her hope is that STC would be a source of encouragement for women all over the world!

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  1. Nicole says

    Our kids just learned at summer day camp, that we can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone. It helps them know they are making a difference, one person at a time.

  2. says

    They have such good hearts, I just try to tell them to follow the golden rule, help others as you would want to be helped, treated.

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