The pages are nice and thick and glossy.
This book shares stories from a child point of view of what their life is like and also gives you tips on how to pray specific for that country/area.
This book is opening my eyes to the knowledge that EVERY person is a child of God and He loves and cares about each one.
This book is laid out so a family or parent can read about one people group each day. It gives insight into daily life and culture and explains the current spiritual conditions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Truth
We love this book! We read a different country a week and pray for that country. This book shares stories from a child point of view of what their life is like and also gives you... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chrissy Townsend
This is a good book - it is very useful to my sixth grade Sunday school. The book came in less than a week and was in the condition that was described. Thank you.Published 14 months ago by Danell Pribis
ITs a great book to teach our family how to pray for missionaries around the world, would giving the history about the country.Published 16 months ago by Psalms1
As a grandma, I am interested in exposing my grandchildren to the world beyond them. What better way than this handy compilation. Read morePublished 17 months ago by widowgirl
This is a wonderful book for better visualizing the world you are praying for. The insights and pictures are well worth the investment.Published 19 months ago by Nate Cress
This book was on our homeschool reading list with Sonlight, and I'm so thankful I found it. It teaches about the different cultures and countries and their beliefs, and how we as... Read morePublished 23 months ago by whitemmk
This is a great book for praying for missions all over the world as a family. It would be a wonderful piece to incorporate into a weekly family night. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Debbie Whitty
The book itself is lovely with bright pictures and readable summaries. I was disappointed that it was an older version. The seller made it appear that it was a 2012 copyright. Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by Martha Gilbert