Red Letter Challenge Kids Workbook
June 26, 2019
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Retail Price:$19.99

Red Letter Challenge Kids is a 40-day life-changing adventure that will invite children into a life of following Jesus. Along the way, kids will learn the five most important principles in following Jesus every day. 

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Kids have what it takes to follow Jesus.

Red Letter Challenge Kids is a life-changing adventure. This 40-day challenge invites children into a life of following Jesus. Kids will learn the five most important principles in following Jesus every day. Along the journey, they will be challenged to pray, worship, show mercy, read their Bibles, serve humbly, give freely, and share what God has done for them.

Red Letter Challenge Kids uses stories, illustrations, activities, and calls to action to help children live out their faith. They will discover, day by day, the life that Jesus has made for them.

Come, follow Him.

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Weight 1.5 lbs
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