Join siblings Lila and Ethan as they celebrate their grandparents’ wedding anniversary and discover that marriage is a special sign that points to God’s unique love for us.
Johnny and Kimberley are confused. Tons of people are at their grandparents' house to celebrate--but they can't think of a reason for the party! When the kids learn it's their grandparents' fiftieth wedding anniversary, Johnny and Kimberley are still stumped.
What's so special about marriage?
In this sweet and essential picture book, author Sam Allberry invites readers to learn along with the main characters that God gave humans marriage to be like a sign. In the way street signs help us find important places such as a hospital, airport, or playground, marriage helps us understand God's special love. When a man and woman keep loving each other--even when they're sick or old or let each other down--we catch a glimpse of God's love, which never, ever runs out on us. By the end of the story, young readers will understand marriage isn't primarily about us; it's primarily about God.
Sam Allberry is a well-respected author on the topic of human sexuality. He has written multiple books on the subject, including Is God Anti-Gay?; What God Has to Say About Our Bodies; Why Does God Care Who I Sleep With?, and 7 Myths about Singleness.
This is his first in a series of two picture books for children.
|Sam Allberry, Christine Grove
|216mm x 261mm x 8mm
|B & H Publishing