Dr. Craig’s What is God Like?


Over the past few months I have had the privilege of illustrating a series of ten children’s books for Dr. William Lane Craig (of Reasonable Faith).

These small books walk young children through the attributes of God – his nature, his presence and his character – through the conversations of an unusual animal family. It’s an incredible opportunity to instruct children in Christian theology from a very young age. My prayer is that these books would allow children to echo the psalmist, “Since my youth, O God, you have taught me, and to this day I declare your marvelous deeds.” – Psalm 71:17

The first two in this series are now available on Amazon. Lord willing, the remaining eight books will be available over the next several months. Your prayers are coveted as I continue to work.

Here is a glimpse of the book illustrations (sans text, sorry!). You can order God is Spirit here, and God is Everywhere here.

Thank you all – grace and peace to you in our Lord Jesus Christ!

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4 thoughts on “Dr. Craig’s What is God Like?

  1. Thank you so much. Craig’s passion for young children to know God found its visual on your art and I am sure God is rising a new thinking generation for His glory. Your art is a treasure and history in making. Keep burning for Christ, keep drawing for His praise and your joy.

  2. These are awesome! Husband and I were recently discussing that there don’t seem to be enough quality, solidly theological children’s books, and then he stumbled across this series! Woo! Thank you for your work with Dr. Craig. Our future kiddos are going to be seeing your illustrations :)

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