Young learners introduced to value of life

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

kids raising hands in classTo counteract a culture that bombards children with an unhealthy and unholy view of life and death, a pro-life group has come up with a book especially for young students. 

The book is titled The Miracle of Life Coloring & Activity Book. Judie Brown of the American Life League says the book will help children counter the secular culture. 

“[There are] those who advocate for euthanasia, abortion, and all manner of activities that degrade and denigrate the human dignity of the individual person,” she says. “It’s time to prepare our young people to confront this evil because it’s very present in our culture - and education is the key.”

She explains the book is not a curriculum but is adjunct to lessons already in place.

Brown

“It is a supplement to existing curriculum and that is what makes our 'Culture of Life Studies Program' special,” she says. “We did not create a curriculum. There are many great curriculums out there.”

Brown says the supplement can be used by Catholic, Protestant, public school and homeschool students alike.

 

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