Christian parents and churches want their children to believe and live by the truth of God’s Word. But can children believe what they do not know? We want our children to love and serve God. But can they love Him
Starr has authored several books, all for children or teens and their families. Her strength is in telling stories and in communicating substantive doctrinal teaching in a way children can understand. Any of these books can be ordered from Westminster Theological Seminary's bookstore wtsbooks.com or from amazon.com.
See a summary of the books she has authored below and click on the cover or 'Continue Reading' links for full descriptions.
Available Now! Comforting Hearts, Teaching Minds: Family Devotions Based on the Heidelberg Catechism takes families through one of the oldest and best of the Reformed catechisms. This book is designed to take a family through the catechism in a year, with
Additional 90 Bible stories not in the first book Two years after the release of Mighty Acts of God: a Family Bible Story Book, it’s time for more! Following the same format and with artwork by the same illustrator, Wondrous Works of
A Survey of the Bible This set of workbooks for junior high and early high school students was written to provide a Bible course for home school students. The set surveys the entire Bible, giving helpful background information and then
This book is a series of meditations for children and their families on the subject of justification by faith alone. It uses Paul’s epistle to the Galatians as a springboard, explaining the main points and the key issues in a
Using the six days of creation described in Genesis 1, this book looks at the many things we can learn about God from his creation. Using metaphors taken from Nature (God is a Rock; Jesus is the Light of the
A Family Bible Story Book In this book, parents and children alike will discover the Almighty God in Scripture. Ninety beautifully illustrated Bible stories are retold, emphasizing specific truths about God’s character rather than human models for behavior. Stories proceed
Each year, Dylan delights in his family’s vacation to Holiday, and wishes it could last all year. When he finds a flyer asking, “Would you like to keep Holiday?” he follows its directions to a bigger and better Holiday than
When Marc asks Grandpa if he has ever been in a war, Grandpa answers that he is in one right now. That’s how Grandpa begins telling Marc and Amy stories of the war between Satan and God. Using the carved
Family Devotions Based on the Shorter Catechism If, as Paul wrote to Timothy, the church is “the pillar and support of the truth”, then each generation of Christians must make sure that the next has a clear understanding of what