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Let The Children Come

Let The Children Come

You can feel the love that God has for Pat Lamb and the love that Pat Lamb has for God!! Let the Children Come is a great book! Just as Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

This book is a book every house needs! Pat Lamb does a great job teaching children and families about the love of God, and the truth!! There is great lessons to keep it fun and rewarding.

Let the Children Come grew from a concern for the spiritual development of children. Since prayer has been taken out of school and so many Christian things are being restricted, it is incumbent upon the parents, grandparents, and church workers to provide virtually all of the spiritual training for children. This book is geared to helping children understand for themselves that the best way to live is God’s way.

Parents could use the lessons for a family time at home. Grandparents often look for activities to entertain grandchildren when they visit. This book is a handy tool to provide worthwhile activities during those visits. It can also be used when neighborhood children come to play and the children are looking for something to do. It makes an excellent gift for young couples.

The lessons are very flexible. They can be short or lengthened. The objects and materials required are easy to obtain. Questions are used to stimulate thinking with the understanding that telling is not teaching. A child must decide in his or her own mind what is best or the teachings will not stick.

This book is designed to have one lesson each week and is divided by months. By doing it this way, the lessons go along with what is going on in society and are more meaningful. This book can help families at any stage with their walk with God!

About the Author

Pat first began teaching Sunday School while in 7th grade at a little church in Verona, MO where she was born and raised.  After graduating from high school, she attended Missouri University and majored in Vocational Home Economics.  She later received training and certification for teaching elementary education in New Mexico.  Throughout her career, Pat has taught all grades either as a substitute or a regular teacher.   She most recently has taught Adult Basic Education and Literacy for 16 years.  She was awarded the Missouri Distinguished Adult Basic Education Service Award for distinguished leadership and dedication in all aspects of Adult Basic Education in the community, region, and state.  This award was given to one GED teacher in the state.  She has been included in “Who’s Who of American Women”, “Who’s Who of American Educators”, and “Who’s Who of American Business Women”.  She was the Director of an Office of Navajo Economic Opportunity pre-school on the Navajo reservation for a period of time.  For a short period of time Pat was Acting Children’s Director at First Baptist Church in Albuquerque, N.M.  Pat currently writes a column for several local weekly newspapers titled, “Train Up a Child”.  She also currently teaches Adult Basic Education for those who wish to obtain a GED at Gibson Vocational Technical Center in Reeds Spring, MO for Ozark Technical College.

The book is now available to bookstores nationwide and at Amazon.com. It is still available for ordering directly form Tate Publishing or by contacting Pat Lamb directly. The price of the book is $12.99 plus a small shipping charge of $2.25 in the US. Shipping prices may vary when shipping internationally.

Watch for Pat’s second book with the same format, it has gone to press. It is called “Children Come to Me”

I would highly recommend this book to all families as a great companion to the bible! Pat has done an excellent job! I now have my children reading it!!

Review by Traci Davis ~ The Go To Momma

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About tanyerhide

Traci Davis - business woman, wife (to Tom Davis - The Horses Solution!), mom, Author and Horse broker!! multitasking extraordinaire!!

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