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March 26, 2015

Jesus Sees Us Doll & Book






How do you introduce your child to Jesus?

Imagine your children took the same interest and wonder in Jesus and the Christian message as they did in princesses, fairies, and elves… Jesus Sees Us is a packaged Jesus Christ doll that has the same comforting power as a child’s favorite toy or blanket, but is rooted in lessons that last a lifetime. Children respond to the comfort of tangible items when they are young, so why not make that item Jesus and the comfort He gives to ignite their faith? The accompanying book is a tool to assist you in engaging your child and starting the conversation about Jesus’ teachings.

By the time a child turns three years old, he or she already has the capability to relate to Jesus. Children can understand that, like them, Jesus was a baby with parents who loved Him. They can understand that Jesus grew up to be a man who loved everyone and taught people to do the same. Children become excited and inquisitive when they can master these facts, ultimately making them more open to deeper conversations and ideas about faith.


The Jesus Sees Us doll is an integral part of fostering your child’s initial introduction to Jesus. Even though we talk to our children about Jesus or take them to Sunday services, they are not always able to understand the importance of the Christian message. Jesus Sees Us is a tool that makes Jesus, His teachings, and the concept of faith both relatable and positive to young children by introducing Him as the loving and forgiving presence in our lives. The doll becomes the tangible connection to the stories and lessons in the book. He is the touchable source of comfort that a child can relate to. The Jesus Sees Us doll has a soft body and a warm, welcoming face. His arms and hands are open, inviting your child to hold him, engage with him, and pray with him. The Jesus Sees Us doll allows your child to “play out” the valuable and timeless lessons of the Bible. 


To buy visit: www.Jesusseesus.com/buy-now/
and use this great COUPON CODE for $10 Off: JSBlog10

**perfect for Easter**

My son loves getting "presents" in the mail, so I barely had time to grab my phone before he started digging into it. I'm not sure he really knew what to make of it. He's really into trucks and cars right now, so at first the Jesus doll just couldn't compete. But he now enjoys hearing Bible stores at bedtime like Jonah and the whale, David and Goliath, and he enjoys acting out Noah's ark with all his animals. While he is still not a huge fan of the doll itself, he really enjoys hearing Bible stories during the day and at bedtime. It's a start! :)

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1 comment:

  1. im not so sure about the jesus doll,the book i think is great but the doll is bothering me,,maybe im too oldfashioned,i couldnt stand to see it thrown on the floor or undressed which is what kiddos do

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