What Others Are Saying

God Made All of Me is a helpful tool for parents who want to talk with their children about the wonders of the human body in the context of safe and healthy relationships. With a positive tone and clear illustrations, God Made All of Me offers helpful words and actions for children to keep their bodies safe, and to see themselves as God’s glorious creations.”
       -AMY JULIA BECKER, author of Small Talk: Learning from My Children about What Matters Most

“Children are bombarded by all kinds of sexual messages, and parents are in the most critical position to provide the first line of defense to protect and guide them to develop a positive and clear voice about their body and sexuality. God Made All of Me shows how to establish a healthy bond with your children to meet the increasing challenges of sexuality in childhood and adolescence.”
      -Dr. JOHN T. CHIRBAN, Professor at Hellenic College; clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School; Senior Fellow at Harvard University; and author of How to Talk with Your Kids about Sex
“What I love most about this amazing little book is how beautifully it conveys God’s love for little ones by wanting them to be safe. As a former child abuse prosecutor, I have no doubt this will be a major contribution to making our world safer for children.”  
      -BOZ TCHIVIDJIAN, Executive Director, GRACE; Professor of Law; and former prosecutor

"A lively, engaging, and straightforward little book, God Made All Of Me is the perfect invitation to start a conversation with children about their bodies, boundaries, and the people in their life that make them feel safe. This book is both God-glorifying and visually stimulating and our homes and churches will be safer and more joyful places because of it." 
      -RACHEL HELD EVANS, blogger and author of Faith Unraveled and Searching for Sunday

“This is a strange and beautiful book. Strange because it’s so unique: exploring God’s creation with a view to helping children protect themselves in an increasingly at-risk culture. Beautiful because it hits its mark: instilling practical wisdom in a way that teaches without terrifying. As a father of four, I highly recommend it.”
-Michael Horton, Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

“A sweet, compelling, brilliantly sensitive invitation to teach your children the beauty of their body and the honor due to being made in the image of God. This glorious resource is an investment in care, protection, and honor. I am grateful I get to read this to my grandchildren.” 
-Dan B. Allender, Professor of Counseling Psychology and Founding President, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology; author of The Wounded Heart and The Healing Path