Battlefield of the Mind for Kids

Battlefield of the Mind for Kids

eBook - 2006 | 1st ed.
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Publisher: New York : Warner Faith, 2006.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780759573789
Characteristics: 170 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Moore, Karen Ann 1950-
Contents: You've got another think coming!
Popping a few old thought balloons
I heard it through the grapevine
Whoa! watch out for those mindbenders!
Thinking about what you're thinking about
Who's minding your mind?
When the best grade you can get is zero!
Doubt and depression belong in the dumpster
Whacko weeds of worry (and how to get rid of them!)
Here comes the judge
Change your mind and your socks!
Fix your thoughts, don't fix the blame!


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Jan 30, 2016

This is a wonderful book for kids! Joyce Meyer helps show kids the battlefield of the mind. By going through different scenarios, Joyce encourages kids to think wisely about their decisions and to be cautious. I remember reading this book when I was little, and I can still remember how much it helped me understand what is going on. This is a great book to help kids understand the battle going on in the mind. After all, everybody battles thoughts, even kids. Unfortunately, sometimes kids have a hard time knowing how to deal with the questions and thoughts entering their minds. This book helps encourage kids to test what they see and hear upon the Biblical standard. This is an awesome book!

May 08, 2013

We have read many children's versions of the Bible and some of them are over simplified and some a bit to difficult for kids. However, this book breaks down several concepts that kids of this age need in order to fight the spiritual battle and to take their faith to the next level. Although the book is written to grab the attention of children from a large age group, it is very well written. The book is based on scripture and applies concepts in such a way that kids are bale to understand them. I love this book. So much so, thatmy children (ages 3-12) and I read it together just about every night. We read sections and discuss how it applies to them and their situations. Quite often you can see the light bulbs going off over their heads, as they are finally able to understand the bible scriptures that we read together, as well. This book has helped my kids to see how important their thoughts really are. The great thing is that they are enjoying the journey.

Andreas Hengst
Jul 26, 2011

I am shocked to find this book in the library's collection. It is worse than brainwashing, it is dangerous in its portrayal of anything non-Christian as suspect and in need of defending against. I would not recommend this to any child because that child deserves to be shown how to think clearly and be happy knowing they can. I also believe in freedom of expression, so may I suggest classifying this is adult material...


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Jan 30, 2016

VV17 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 14

Andreas Hengst
Jul 26, 2011

Andreas Hengst thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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