Would you like to make a faithbooking bedtime storybook for your child?
We are pleased to present “God Made You Special, a Faithbook for Your Child” by Rhonda Anderson.
“Faithbooking” is something that Rhonda Anderson, Co-Founder of Creative Memories, and Founder of Our Memories for Life has always been passionate about. We are pleased that she has allowed us to share her creation for our challenge which will continue once a month for the next 10 months.
“I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” Psalm 139:14
Write a statement about how special your child is to you and to the Lord. This scripture verse can serve as a guideline.
Example: I praise and thank the Lord for you, Ravi. You are a masterpiece that God brought into this world. Your life is a miracle and each day when I look at you, I marvel at how unique and special you are. Our lives are blessed because the Lord gave us the gift of YOU!
Optional: Write a few details about the child’s birth and how the Lord protected his/her arrival into the world.
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Tips to keep in mind:
1) Do not feel obligated to use every question – select the ones that are most meaningful to you.
2) Find pictures (perhaps only one) that go with the questions. Don’t worry if you don’t have the exact picture for the occasion…
3) Do not worry about writing complete sentences or paragraphs. Bullet journaling a few statements is very acceptable.
4) Also do not worry about spelling or grammar. To feel intimidation about your writing skill is succumbing to a lie from Satan who does not want you or your child to succeed.
5) You may hand write or type this book. Remember, your hand writing is an important part of history, so do not be shy about the “look” of your handwriting.
6) Creativity is not the goal so don’t be concerned about the appearance of your finished work. The most important component is your heartfelt words! Kids only want to know, “What did you say about me?” Stickers and paper are not what they value.