Indescribable: 100 Devotions about God & Science
Most children love science because it is all about discovering how things work. But does science affirm or deny a Creator? Indescribable: 100 Devotions about God and Science presents the Creative Genius behind science in simple, easy-to-understand terms so that children will recognize that this world didn’t just happen.
With a focus on Space, Earth, Animals, and People, Indescribable melds Biblical truth and scientific facts to shine forth the glory of God's creation. Did you know that if you were to count one star per second that it would take you over 3 thousand years to count the stars in just the Milky Way; that the three smallest human bones could fit together on a penny; or that tardigrades are so tough that when they were exposed to outer space with no air for 10 days, most of them survived?
These 100 devotions with colorful illustrations, real-life photos, scientific facts, a Bible verse, and a short prayer for after the reading make Indescribable a great way to learn what a powerful, purposeful, personal creator God is!
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishing
Author: Louie Giglio
Illustrator: Nicola Anderson
Release Date: Oct 10, 2017
We all love this! From 5-40+, we all learned and enjoyed seeing God as the great and majestic Creator that He is. We will probably do it again in a few years. Great pics and info.
The devotional provides excellent talking point that we reference all day long.
Our son loves science and Jesus, so this has been a really fun way to make the connections between the two for him!
These devotions give a short science lesson and then tie that science to a truth about God. They are excellent! Lots of pictures, short enough to hold young kids’ attention, interesting enough to engage older kids, and often the prayer for the day is applicable for me as an adult.
The book is wonderful and high quality. I love that I am reading God's word to my kids. My 5 and 2 yr old children actually listen and ask questions during our reading and after. Winner.