The story of Creation, Fall and Redemption is the central narrative of the Christian faith. God’s Great Plan uses simple, memorable rhymes to teach this story to young children. This valuable resource helps parents, grandparents, ministers, and teachers to share the gospel with the children in their lives. The color artwork will spark children’s imaginations and give them an entry point into the story, helping them to grasp the significance of God’s plan in their own lives. Anyone who desires to make the gospel more accessible and attractive to children will appreciate this book.
About the author:
As a missionary kid from Reunion Island, in the Indian Ocean, Melissa Cutrera (M.Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) began serving alongside her parents in her adolescence by ministering to children. In the years since, she has been a nursery director, assistant children’s minister, youth minister, public school teacher, and a French teacher to home school students. She enjoys writing curriculum for children and youth in the local church, and is an avid reader. She also enjoys hiking, board games, visiting museums and parks, playing ultimate frisbee, and discipling teen girls in her home. She is the mother of two young children and wife of a youth pastor husband, living near Salt Lake City, Utah.
God’s Great Plan captures the message of the gospel in the story of creation, fall, and redemption in Christ. The poetic lines are clear and easy to follow, and the message is presented in a way parents can use well with their children. We celebrate the contribution this helpful book makes. —Bruce A. Ware, Professor of Christian Theology, SBTS
Melissa Cutrera has done a fine job in this much needed work for children. She has clearly yet cleverly presented the truth of the gospel story in rhyme in a way that will be both easily understood and memorized by her young readers and hearers. What a blessing this will be to parents who are seeking biblically based works for their children that do not dilute the marvelous story of the gospel but instead present it with clarity. —Mary Mohler, Director, Seminary Wives Institute, SBTS