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HELP CREATE A LOVE FOR OTHERS AND A HEART FOR MISSIONs

 

 

 


  

 

READ

Join the FiveDollarMission.com family and receive updates, previews, and helpful information as you read real missionary stories with your grandchild(ren.)

TALK

Use the stories to stimulate conversation and help your grandchild(ren) develop a love for others as you talk about the depths of God’s amazing love and grace.

PRAY & GIVE

Help create a heart for missions in the life your grandchild(ren), as together, you pray and give to help national missionaries proclaim the Good News.

 


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MATEO WON'T GIVE UP

Most of us grew up in loving homes with soft beds and hot meals. It is a blessing easily taken for granted. UNICEF estimates there are some 100 million children growing up on urban streets around the world.

This is a true story of a LOGOI missionary’s encounter with a street boy living on the streets of Chile. The story sets the stage for loving conversations with your little ones who most likely will never go hungry or be without shoes. It brings an opportunity to pray, learn more, and give to help LOGOI national missionaries—just like the one in this story.

 

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LAURA'S DANCING HANDS

The second story in our series of children's books is a true story about a deaf girl named Laura. It is being illustrated by "Khato," a great friend of our ministry and a renowned illustrator from Argentina. The story takes place in agnostic Cuba where teaching about Christianity is not allowed. But Laura meets some national missionaries who know how to share the Gospel using sign-language. It’s a beautiful story written for grandparents to read and talk about with their grandchildren. The story should stimulate great and meaningful teaching moments and conversations. It just might make your hands "dance" too!

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MUDDY BOY

The Muddy Boy tells the true story of a little boy living with his mommy in a poor barrio in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Their tiny house is built on stilts above a polluted river. One day, Diego, the “Muddy Boy,” encounters a missionary wearing a nice white shirt. What happens next helps us understand God’s love for each of us.

This is the third book in our series of children’s books designed to help create a love for others and a heart for missions in the lives of our young ones. This particular story has a powerful Gospel message of how putting our faith in Jesus Christ cleans us up — every single spot! It’s a great conversation starter that can be read and talked about over and over again.

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