Conversations from the Garden a Review and Giveaway

When I was asked to review {affiliate link} Conversations from the Garden: Forty Days to Build a Biblical Worldview by Marcia Harris Brim at Brimwood Press, I was excited. I knew I was not going to be disappointed since I've used other products from Brimwood Press.
 

Conversations from the Garden is based on Genesis chapters 1-3 and shows how everything throughout the scriptures are based on those chapters. Conversations is a Bible study guide, but without answers; you are going to have moments of thinking and conversations about each topic. While the recommended ages are for 10 and older, I believe many younger children will benefit from listening and conversing about the topics. It's never too early to start them out on a Biblical worldview.

The primary use of the book is for dinner table discussions or daily family devotions. However, it is written in a way where it can be used in Sunday schools, youth groups and Christian school classrooms. Don't be led to believe it is not for individual use, because it could very easily be used as a personal Bible study.

Conversations from the Garden by Brimwood Press

Some of the questions you will find in the book are:

• What does looking at the world teach us about what God is like?
• From the creation story, how do you know God is good?
• Who did God the Father relate to before He made Adam and Eve and the angels?
• Does history provide evidence that Satan is man's bitter enemy?
• Can you imagine Adam and Eve’s joy to touch the hand of their savior, to see Him face to face, to be free forever from Satan’s grasp?

You can read about why Conversations in the Garden was written HERE. There are now SAMPLE PAGES for this book on the website. I have also been told about a new PARENT GUIDE coming in October.

For my readers, I'm giving one of you my copy of Conversations from the Garden. There’s no hoop to jump through for this give away, all you need to do is leave me a comment about why you would like this book. I’ll choose the winner at noon (MT) on Friday, September 5th. Click the ENTER TO WIN button on the Rafflecopter app after you leave your comment.

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18 comments

  1. This bible study sounds so interesting! Great lunch time discussion topics!

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  2. I took like a class like that in college, would be a great refresher for me!

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  3. What a great resource! Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  4. Looks very interesting. Thanks for the offer.

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  5. I'm always looking for new ways to discuss the bible lessons with the kids.

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  6. I have been looking for an interesting way to teach basic worldview all week. I wanted something simple and straightfoward. This looks like it might be just the right resource! Thanks for the opportunity. :)

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  7. Sounds like it would be a great addition to our library!

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  8. This sounds like a great book and definitely something my family would benefit from! my daughters love learning in a biblical worldview :)

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  9. I think this would be a wonderful resource for Godly Play discusions!

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  10. I would give it to my friend who home schools.

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  11. This looks like a perfect dinner book to spark conversations. :)

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  12. What a neat perspective! Would definitely be interesting to read and think through this guide

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  13. Looks like a great offer!

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  14. I'm kind of a curriculum junkie. ;)

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  15. It sounds like a fantastic resource for our new school year! I firmly believe that Genesis is truly THE building block to understanding the rest of the Bible.

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  16. This sounds great! Would love to do this study with my kiddos!

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  17. I just went to a discussion on Thursday on the importance of the table and of teaching Biblical truths from the table. This sounds like it would be an interesting "text book" to use.

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