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Books for Kids

Where Is God?by Lawrence and Karen Kushner explores a very abstract concept in a way that is accessible to little ones.  This non-denominational book uses wonderful paintings with diverse characters interacting in loving ways.  Another great kids’ book from the Kushners is What Does God Look Like?

ABC Book of Baha’i Prayers and Writings is one of the few Baha’i board books I have found. A short quotation for every letter of the alphabet, with beautiful photographs.

When I was looking for a Bible that I could share with my toddler, I turned to a dear friend of mine, a deeply committed Christian and mother to three young children.  Her recommendation was The Beginner’s Bible from Zonderkidz, which we love.  This edition really brings Bible stories to a level young children can relate to, with simple, engaging illustrations that keep their attention.

Books for Parents

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Online Resources

Enable Me to Grow

A Baha’i-inspired site with incredible resources for nurturing spiritual development in our children and ourselves. We especially love the “Radiant Hearts” program.  We have participated in this amazing program since its launch, as discussed in this review.

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  5 Responses to “Spiritual Education Resource Page”

  1. […] A major focus on my blog is spiritual education. My boys are still really young (3 1/2 and 6 months), so we focus on teaching virtues, saying or […]

  2. My best friend who used to sit next to me in the choir at church had the bright and bold Beginner’s Bible. Flicking through the pictures (and eating sweets) during services is a memory I’ve always treasured, even after twenty years.

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