12 Keys to a Good Relationship with God

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Alexis is a 6-year-old who loves to attend church and enjoys studying at a Christian school, but she realized not everyone has a relationship with God just because they go to church or attend a Christian school. A lot of adults dismiss the idea that children can get saved and have a good relationship with God from a young age. Parents send children to "children's church" or "Christian class" but don't expect children to get answers from prayer or impact other children's lives through miracles and healing.Alexis wondered if it's possible for her to find out who God really is for herself and help other children get their own answers. She was thrilled todiscover 12 keys that open up amazing and supernatural experiences with God. Inspired by conversations with his daughter, her father who is an author and public speaker wrote this children's book so that other children can find the thrill of knowing God our Creator.Assuring and delightful, "12 Keys to a Good Relationship with God" captures the essence of a relationship all children can have with a loving and powerful God. ...

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    Author: By (author)  Alexis Cioccolanti , By (author)  Steve Cioccolanti
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    More Product Information 1: About Alexis Cioccolanti
    My name is Steve Cioccolanti. I was born in Thailand to an Australian father and Thai mother. My last name means "chocolate maker" in Italian. My mother taught me to love books by taking me to bookstores. She sacrificed to buy me an Encyclopedia, before people had computers and could search for information on the Internet. When I was 10 years old, our family moved to America. I was a shy kid and could not speak English well. With the help of my father and caring teachers, I not only became top of the class, but English became my favorite subject. I also enjoyed learning science, American history and European history. I went on to earn Bachelor and Masters degrees in universities. After my education, I did not know what to do. I never dreamt I would write books......