Teaching Love to the Children


“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” —John 3:16


It may sound childish and cliché, but love makes the world go around ever since the beginning of humankind. Quoting this verse from the Bible, even God himself sacrificed his Only Son to save man from the earthly sins – and this right here should be the kind of love that children must accept and learn.

With high hopes and a loving heart, Christine Lee Pruitt written a book, “I’m Alright Day and Night. She is an epitome of love, a mother of four who she singlehandedly raised, and a faithful servant of God. She was born in 1979 in Oak Lawn and grew up in Evergreen Park, Illinois. In 2010, she heeded the call of God to be a writer and pursue a writing journey from then on.


Share and feel the love of God in this book. It is undoubtedly made for children and their young minds to understand God’s love at an early stage. This is a collection of short passages and poems that were creatively gathered together. Our author ensured and made her best to create a book with easy-to-remember and entertaining content for children through wordplay and rhymes to make it even more enjoyable. But more than the fun, this book aims to introduce God to children in their most convenient language, which is fun and repetition.

Although this is a children’s book, adults and parents are invited to grab their copy too for their household. If you are one of the adults and parents who struggle to find a book that would suit children’s bedtime stories and spiritual learning, this book is what you have been looking for. Although admittedly, even as faithful believers, parents, and adults find it hard to explain the love of God into their little ones, there’s no need to worry about it now – “I’m Alright Day and Night” is here to help you cross out that problem.


Now let me leave you with this inspiring verse: As the Bible says in Proverbs 22:6, “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”

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