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Review Sign-Ups Are Open for God Made Me in His Image
One day, a group of
students and their teacher travel to a zoo safari park to learn all
about the different animals. During a fun jeep ride around the park,
the guide shares fascinating information about lions, rhinoceroses,
elephants, buffalo, and more, pointing out distinctive characteristics
about each animal’s body and how those qualities make the animals
special. Along the way, the children start to notice how
their differences in appearance make each of them
special too. Their teacher helps them reflect on their own body
image and teaches them how they were created uniquely in God’s
Because bodies can be
confusing and sometimes embarrassing to children, Justin and
Lindsey Holcomb wrote God Made Me in His
Image for parents to use
in helping their kids understand how God made
their bodies in his image. Parents and caregivers can use this
powerful book, illustrated by Trish Mahoney, to help children
understand their feelings about their bodies and help them accept
them by highlighting God’s loving design of our
individual physical characteristics.
God Made Me in His Image is
part of the God Made Me series which equips parents to
have important, impactful conversations with their children, helping
them to grow in understanding of God, themselves, and others. Each book
in the series contains a special section just for parents and
caregivers that provides biblical guidance
and offers additional information and
resources for talking about the topic addressed in the
authors and illustrator
PhD, is an Episcopal priest and professor of theology and apologetics
at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological
Seminary. Justin is a City Network Leader for Made To Flourish. He
serves on the boards of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in
Christian Environments), Heart Support, and Leaders Collective. He has
authored, coauthored, or edited more than fifteen books on numerous
topics, including sexual assault, domestic abuse, biblical studies, and
historical theology. He and his wife, Lindsey, coauthored God Made All of
Me and God Made Me in His Image.
A. Holcomb, MPH, works at Samaritan Village, a safe
home and therapeutic program for adult survivors of sex trafficking.
She is a former case manager at a sexual assault crisis center and a
domestic violence shelter and is the cofounder of REST (Real Escape
from the Sex Trade). Together, Lindsey and her husband, Justin, conduct
a variety of training seminars on how to prevent, recognize, and
respond to child, sexual, and domestic abuse. She is also the coauthor
It My Fault?, Rid of My Disgrace, God Made All of
Me, and God Made Me in His Image. The Holcombs live in
Orlando and are parents of two daughters.
Mahoney is a graphic designer and illustrator in
Seattle where she runs The Mahoney Studio with her husband, Patrick,
also a designer and illustrator. They have two children, both budding
artists too. Trish is the illustrator for the God Made Me series
Beginner's Gospel Story Bible.
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