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Publication Date: 2010
God's word is like food. You need to eat some of it every day to get strong -- and to stay strong! The NIrV Kids' Book of Devotions is your daily treat from God. It includes: - A scripture passage from the NIrV -- "The NIV for kids!" - a short message you can read for yourself - a prayer Weekly themes help you to learn more about God and his world. You'll see that the Bible has something to say about everything -- from school to salvation, from friendship and family to fear and faith. A Scripture index will help you find devotions about your favorite Bible passages. God loves you, and he wants you to grow strong. So start "eating" his Word -- today!
Jennifer5 Stars Out Of 5June 12, 2012JenniferQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5These devotionals are a wonderful resource. Thank you for providing them at such reasonable prices.
Lawrence Fortenberry4 Stars Out Of 5February 16, 2010Lawrence FortenberryThis has been a great tool for us to get our 4th and 5th grade Sunday school kids in the habit of a daily devotion. It has sparked some great conversations and opportunities to expand upon the topics within each day's devotional.
Marcia Garcia5 Stars Out Of 5April 25, 2009Marcia GarciaEvery morning we start our day with the Lord in prayer then we start to read our NIRV Kids Book of Devotions 365-Day Adventure in God's Word. My three kiddos love it and they all say and I say we get fed by Jesus for the day. Thank you !
Abigail5 Stars Out Of 5December 21, 2008AbigailOur family used this as our devotional for the full year. The experience of doing this as a family has helped us realize how inmportant our family prayer time is together. There is one devotion for each day of the year (dates are marked on the page). There is a Bible passage, a short story to illustrate the message and a family prayer that my husband leads and the children repeat. It has been the perfect length and depth of message for all three of our children, ages 11, 8, and 5--they were all able to draw something from the message and understand God's word better.