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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 11.11 X 6.11 (inches)|
90 Devotions for Kids: Life-Changing Values from the Book of MatthewTyndale House / 2013 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
$14.99Save 27% ($4.00)Availability: In StockStock No: WW976771
As your kids grow, make sure their faith is growing too.
God loves to see children growbut more than anything, He wants them to grow closer to Him. Kids can grow on the inside by spending time each day with Jesus!
Each of these 100 short devotionals offers a Bible verse, a Thought to Grow On devotion, and a challenge that will help kids connect to God and build a relationship with Him. Gods creation is magnified through amazing facts about the world and the unique way God makes each child.
With a vibrant design and super-cool facts that are sure to keep readers attention, this book is a perfect choice for growing the faith of kids ages 6 to 10.
Features & Benefits:
- More than 120,000 copies sold in earlier formats
- Shows kids Gods creation from the Word and from the childs world
- Includes fascinating and educational facts about Gods wonderful creation
- An excellent book for family devotion time
- Highly designed interior with updated look and new trim size
Andy Holmes is a creator, performer, writer, and songwriter. He is a frequent conference speaker, teacher, and workshop leader at events all over the country. Andy has appeared on The 700 Club and numerous other talk/interview radio and television programs. He is the author of the Tommy Nelson childrens books Growing with Jesus and the Bible for Me series.
Fitzysmom5 Stars Out Of 5May 20, 2014FitzysmomIf you are looking for a great way to keep your kiddo in the Word this Summer . . . look no further! Growing with Jesus is the perfect little devotional for laid back Summer days. The graphics are colorful and the content is very engaging. The perfect combo to peek the interest of your child.
Each day's topic is unique with a Scripture to begin with. The 'Thoughts To Grow On' section expounds on the daily topic and leaves you with thoughts to discuss and ponder. One of our favorite things about each day was the 'My Amazing World' section. This part gives a fascinating fact about the world we live in. As an adult even I learned some new facts!
This book is recommended for boys and girls ages 6-10. I also think it could work for slightly younger and slightly older siblings making it a great resource for family devotions.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.
mimiAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5December 2, 2010mimiAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Delightful book with cute illustrations and easy to understand explanations of Scripture that help children see how Scriptures apply in daily living. I liked the inclusion of suggestions for putting the lessons into practice.
Kauikel5 Stars Out Of 5October 14, 2010KauikelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My 5year old looks forward to our devotional time using this book. It is simple yet has great discussion questions.
Sarabeth5 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2010SarabethI bought this for my grandson as he was turning 4 years old and he reminded his parents to read it each night! They have read through this devotional many times over the past several years and it is still his favorite. It is easy to understand and apply. I would recommend it for any youg child!
Onnie5 Stars Out Of 5May 25, 2009OnnieI read this for my 4yr old boy and 6 yr old girl every night. They loved it. It was very to the point which works well with little children. They enjoyed the interesting world fact at the end. It's made to read in the mornings, but we read it at night so I changed "today" to "tomorrow" when I read.