The riches of God’s promises are for young children

 

T is for Tree

The riches of God’s promises are, indeed, especially for young children; God specifically includes them in his everlasting, unconditional covenant of grace: “...and to thy seed after thee” (Gen. 17:7). Our little ones may not be neglected. Even in the books we choose to read to them, we can and we must keep the vows we made at the time of baptism to “help and cause them to be instructed” in the “true and perfect doctrine of salvation” (the Reformed baptism form).

 

Retail: $17.95
USA Book Club: $11.67
International Book Club: $12.56     

Buy Now

Comments

Guess what finally came in?

We are SO excited that T is for Tree is finally here!

If you haven't ordered a copy already, you will want to order one! https://bit.ly/2FF3cuD

This alphabet book, written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer, is a collection of Bible passages, short rhymes, and detailed illustrations designed to teach young children of their heavenly Father’s almighty power and his faithfulness to fulfill the promises he makes to them as children of his covenant. Use this book to instruct your children in the truths of salvation for all of God’s people and especially his littlest lambs.

  • 32 pages
  • hardcover
  • ISBN 978-1-944555-27-6
  • Retail: $17.95
  • Book Club USA: $11.67 | Book Club International: $12

Endorsements:

"Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children. Mrs. Meyer’s colorful, detailed illustrations please the eyes; her simple, rhyming verses gratify the ears; and the selected scripture texts delight the soul. What better way to introduce our little ones to the alphabet than with the word of him who is the Alpha and Omega, the first and the last?"

—Sarah Mowery, children’s and youth literature reviewer for Perspectives in Covenant Education

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Comments

I is for Ice

T is for Tree: A Bible ABC

written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer

The unifying theme of T is for Tree is God’s promises to his people and his almighty power to fulfill those promises.


One of the most important reasons the author chose to write an ABC book was to introduce young children to a variety of Bible texts.

Using twenty-six letters of the English alphabet, children will learn about topics ranging from the rainbow as the sign of the covenant, to God’s directive hand in the hearts of earthly kings, to the promise to God’s people of eternal life with him in Zion.

After each letter of the alphabet is introduced, children read a rhyme that is  limited to three lines. The Bible texts included on each page can be read as a child’s   attention grows and allows.

A wide variety of colorful illustrations will capture the attention of young children as they listen to the words that are read to them.

 

“He casteth forth his ice like
morsels: who can stand before his cold?”
—Psalm 147:17
________

I is for Ice

Cast out across the land.
Our God sends forth his bitter cold.
Before it, who can stand?

* This book will not be automatically sent to RFPA book club members. You must preorder this title to receive it.

** Book club members' discount and free shipping will apply, however, when they order this title.

 

Comments

"Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children"

The Reformed Free Publishing Association is pleased to present T is for Tree: A Bible ABC book written and illustrated by returning author and illustrator Connie L. Meyer. Connie is the author of the book Gottschalk: Servant of God published in November 2015. The expected release date of this title is January/February 2018.

 

"Share this lovely ABC book with your youngest children. Mrs. Meyer’s colorful, detailed illustrations please the eyes, her simple, rhyming verses gratify the ears, and the selected scripture texts delight the soul. What better way to introduce our little ones to the alphabet than with the word of him who is the Alpha and Omega, the first and the last?"—Sarah Mowery, Children's & Youth literature reviewer for the Perspectives in Covenant Education magazine

 

T is for Tree

written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer

The unifying theme of T is for Tree is God’s promises to his people and his almighty power to fulfill those promises. Using twenty-six letters of the English alphabet, children will learn about topics ranging from the rainbow as the sign of the covenant, to God’s directive hand in the hearts of earthly kings, to the promise to God’s people of eternal life with him in Zion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


One of the most important reasons the author chose to write an ABC book was to introduce young children to a variety of Bible texts. After each letter of the alphabet is introduced, children read a rhyme that is limited to three lines. The Bible texts included on each page can be read as a child’s attention grows and allows. A wide varies of colorful illustrations will capture the attention of young children as they listen to the words that are read to them.

 

T is for TREE
That grows where waters flow,
With leaves that never wither;
A blessed man is so.

"Blessed is the man...[whose] delight is in the law of the Lord…And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper."—Psalm 1:1–3

 

PREORDER

This book will not be automatically sent to RFPA book club members. You must preorder this title to receive it. Book club members' discount and free shipping will apply, however, when they order this title.

Comments

Gottschalk: Servant of God - Now Available!

Gottschalk: Servant of God

written and illustrated by Connie L. Meyer

For several years the RFPA has discussed publishing books for younger readers and Gottschalk: Servant of God represents our first effort. This book is intended for junior high and high school ages. Because the story is intriguing and the history of Gottschalk is not well-known, adults will also enjoy this book and find it profitable.

Retail: $17.95
Book Club: $11.67

  • 160 pages
  • original illustrations and maps drawn by the author
  • makes a great Christmas gift

Those were the Dark Ages, the days of knights and castles and kings and queens, of monasteries, Vikings, and monks. The days were spiritually dark. True doctrine was hard to come by, if not nearly lost. But there was a light. A clear beam of understanding and truth reflected from one monastery, from one courtroom, from one dungeon–from one man. This is a story of courage, of faith, and of love for the truth. This is the story of Gottschalk, the monk from Orbais.

 BUY NOW

Comments

RFPA Update - Winter 2015

 

Click the PDF link to read the rest of the RFPA Update Winter newsletter. 

[Best if opened in Internet Explorer or FireFox]

 

Articles in this Issue:

Looking for More Authors for Children's Books

New Books

The Bearer of the Standard: In the Age of Compromise

Come, Ye Children: A Bible Storybook for Young Children—Best Storybook I've Had

The Triple Knowledge Series

In Review: Hyper-Calvinism and the Call of the Gospel: An Examination of the Well-Meant Offer of the Gospel

Recap of the RFPA Annual Meeting

1834 Reviews & Feedback

Reader Feedback

 

Comments

Post Tags

On Twitter

Follow @reformedfreepub