He Still Speaks to Kids by Wayne Drain & Tom Lane [REVIEW]


One Word from God can change everything.

As a parent, grandparent, or pastor, you want the children, teens, and young adults in your life to know God, but maybe you’re unsure how to help that relationship grow. You believe God still speaks today, but you want to know, How do I teach someone to hear His voice?

Through decades of prophetic ministry, Pastors Wayne Drain and Tom Lane have learned an incredible truth: God has something to say to everyone. In this book designed for parents and anyone with a heart for the next generation, you will learn how to:

Dedicate your kids to God
Lead your kids to Jesus
Develop environments for hearing God
There is no age requirement to hear God.

About the Authors

Wayne Drain and Tom Lane are passionate about creating a lasting legacy of faith in the next generation. They each have more than 40 years of pastoral experience. They are the co-authors of He Still Speaks: Embracing the Prophetic Today.


It starts with hearing God’s voice regarding when to start a family and continues through they rewards of grandparenting.

It is vital that we practice listening for God to speak in all areas of life so that we can impact the generations that come after us.

I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.


  1. Reblogged this on Rhemalogy and commented:

    Proverbs 22:6 tells us to “Train up a child in the way he should go,
    And when he is old he will not depart from it.” From this review, you get the impression that’s where this book is taking them.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. One of my kiddos struggled to hear God. He earnestly sought Him, but never heard answers – at least not like his peers or even I did. I tried explaining that sometimes no answer is an answer. We talked about it but reached an impasse. I wish I could have unlocked the answer for him.

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