Our children are constantly being bombarded with books and movies that go against biblical teaching and ideas. They are given an array of heroes and idols to look up to and model their lives after.
On Sunday, when many children are home preparing for the celebration of the birth of Jesus, CNN promoted a new children’s that portrays Santa Claus as a gay man and called the book a “fresh, new twist” on Santa’s story.
CNN’s Christi Paul and co-host Victor Blackwell introduced the book’s author Daniel Kibblesmith and illustrator Ashley Quach to talk about Santa and his husband.
For Christmas, BTJ has a different kind of book that does not include Santa Claus or Daniel Kibblesmith’s invention of a husband for him.
Back to Jerusalem’s new children’s book take us to the real meaning of Christmas – Jesus. This new book is a in a series of books that shares the brave true stories that missionaries experience on the mission field. They are unashamedly filled with stories of missionaries who are dedicated and self-sacrificial when delivering the Good News to the darkest regions on earth.
These new books are filled with verified stories that share adventures of so many young heroes of faith and could be the very thing that Christian parents and grandparents have been praying for.
Can you imagine children, in their most formative years, learning to read with stories of missionaries going to Tibet, Somalia, or Saudi Arabia?
Each book in the new series is filled with cross-cultural details about unreached areas. In a fun and enjoyable way, the books use classical language to tell timeless stories of missionaries and their faith in God during dangerous times.
Chinese is the number one language that children are studying globally, so Back to Jerusalem has written the books to introduce the Chinese language in a way that is natural for children to understand. The Chinese language is weaved right into the fabric of every story. Your child will be learning the Chinese language and not even know they are learning! Our method of introducing the Chinese language is effortless.
After reading the first book only one time, it is guaranteed that your children will know several Chinese words.
In addition, when you buy a Back to Jerusalem children’s book, you are also contributing to missions.
In fact, 100% of all profits from the book sales go to Back to Jerusalem to help support mission efforts on the field. Not even one penny is given in royalties to authors, illustrators, or publishers.
On top of that, when you buy a Back to Jerusalem children’s book you are also giving a book. We call this our BUY A BOOK GIVE A BOOK plan. The Back to Jerusalem children’s books are being translated into Chinese, Arabic, and Korean so that they can be distributed in countries that are closed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
You can purchase the book now by clicking here: