Unbridled Faith Devotions for Young Readers
Calling all fillies, colts, and ponies! An adaptation of Cara Whitney's popular devotional for adults, Unbridled Faith Devotions for Young Readers for ages 8-12 is filled with beautiful photos of horses, farms, and countryside that will inspire your young horse fans in their faith. Cara's charming stories from life on a horse farm offer kids a unique opportunity to grow in their faith as they learn from one of God's most majestic creatures.
Unbridled Faith Devotions for Young Readers is great for:
- Young readers, ages 8-12, beginning to learn more about their Christian faith and to embark on their spiritual growth journey.
- Children to read on their own. Each devotional features a Scripture, short reflection or story from Cara, and a prayer prompt.
- Tweens who love horses and animals.
- Families familiar with Unbridled Faith since content aligns with adult edition.
Young readers will appreciate the youthful full-color design and intriguing photography, including some from Cara's own horse farm. Horse lovers everywhere will enjoy reading about these wonderfully caring, complex animals and what they teach us about prayer, persistence, and identity in Christ. You'll appreciate how Cara's words show tweens how to look for God's grace in everyday moments and engage their faith in a new way.
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About the Author
Cara Whitney grew up on a cattle farm in Northern Wisconsin. After spending a decade as a radio personality in markets that included Las Vegas, she found herself in search of that simpler life everyone talks about. She soon discovered that there is no such thing as a simple life, but instead your best lived life is one that includes a relationship with Jesus Christ. She is the author of the ECPA bestselling book Unbridled Faith and has appeared on Fox and Friends and RFD-TV, among others. Cara lives with her husband Dan ("Larry the Cable Guy") and two kids on a horse farm in Nebraska.