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Meg Is Not Alone

Megan Hill



Meg Is Not Alone

Megan Hill



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This TGC Kids Book Teaches Children the Importance and Blessing of the Local Church 

God lovingly gathers his people into a wonderful community—the church. The local church is made up of individuals who respond to God’s love by worshiping him together and caring for one another. 

In this picture book, Meg’s parents accidentally leave her at church after the morning service, which makes her feel scared. But Meg is not alone. Various people in the church stay with her until her dad returns. These church friends care for her by giving her things like tissues, cookies, and storybooks, and she learns how to be a church friend to others. With easy-to-understand language and colorful illustrations, this children’s book highlights Jesus’s command to “love one another,” showing kids ages 3–7 that God has provided the local church to be their loving community. A TGC Kids book.

  • Part of the TGC Kids Series: Published in partnership with the Gospel Coalition; other titles in the series include Arlo and the Great Big Cover Up and Polly and the Screen Time Overload
  • Biblical Foundation: Designed to help parents teach their children about the importance and blessing of the local church 
  • Includes a “Note to Children” from the Author: Megan Hill explains her inspiration for the book and encourages children to see the church as a place for help
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Megan Hill

Megan Hill is a pastor’s wife living in Massachusetts and an editor for The Gospel Coalition. She is the author of three books: A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local ChurchContentment: Seeing God’s Goodness, and Praying Together: The Priority and Privilege of Prayer: In Our Homes, Communities, and Churches. Her writing has appeared in various publications including Christianity Today, The Washington Post, Today in the Word, Reformation 21, Focus on the Family, Desiring God, and Tabletalk. She belongs to West Springfield Covenant Community Church (PCA).

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5.0 based on 2 reviews

Meg is not alone... because the church cares

I've heard many stories of parents accidentally leaving their kids behind. In this book, due to miscommunication, Meg's parents leave her behind at church. At first she is scared, but she learns to see that the people there truly love her and care for her. This points her to Jesus' love for her through his people. A great read for kids to see the value of the body of Christ!

I do work for 10ofThose, but this is my honest review of this book!


The sweetest book

The sweetest book that paints a perfect picture for children of how the church cares for us when we're in need. Highly recommended!

Also in this series

Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up
Polly and the Screen Time Overload

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