A Superhero for God
About the Book
Many little boys yearn to be superheroes with powers that let them fight what is bad and work for what is good. One ordinary Sunday morning, one little boy is turned into a superhero for God—right before his grandmama’s eyes!
During a children’s sermon in church, the little boy responds to a question the pastor asks about the way she is dressed by blurting out, “You aren’t wearing your feet!” Even as the little boy secretly wishes he could take back his words, the pastor is already thinking about all the times she has not worn her feet when she should have. She uses his words to create a powerful, important message to be sent to many people. Though he is unaware of it, the little boy is transformed into a superhero. One small action really can lead to giant steps for good.
Based on the true account of a little boy’s embarrassing blunder, this inspirational story for all ages is a gentle reminder of God’s love, forgiveness, and mission for all of us.
About the Author
Rosemary Broadway is a poet, the mother of three daughters, and the grandmother of seven boys. She lives in Montgomery, Alabama. This is her first children’s book.