Sophie and the Heidelberg Cat

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The Bible contains stories about hundreds of people, all of whom disobey God. save for one. So hope does not come from our good deeds. It is a gift as a result of what Jesus has done.

Sophie, a young girl sad after disobeying her parents, learns the foundations of the gospel of grace from a neighborhood cat in a conversation based on the Heidelberg Catechism's first question and answer: What is your only comfort in life and in death? That I am not my own, but belong to someone else. to my obedient Savior, Jesus Christ

This book will help you and your children understand grace in a new manner by weaving understandable facts with quirky visuals and entertaining rhymes.

About the Author

Andrew Wilson (PhD, King's College London) is the teaching pastor at King's Church London and a columnist for Christianity Today. He is the author of several books, including Unbreakable and The Life We Never Expected (with his wife, Rachel).

Helena Perez Garcia is a London-based illustrator who specializes in portraits, editorial illustration, and book illustration. Her work is inspired by art, literature, and films, and has been featured by publishing houses, publications, and newspapers, such as Penguin Random House and BuzzFeed.