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Maximize devotional time with your kids and lay a firm foundation for lifelong spiritual growth! Organized into 52 weekly topics with five readings each, this virtues-based collection provides a range of practical, biblical insights - from the basics of faith to the essentials of Christian living. An engaging resource for the dinner hour and bedtime! From Focus on the Family.
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Focus on the Family
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
Kingdom Quest: Strategy Guide for Ages 7 to 10: Taking Faith and Character to the Next LevelTony EvansTyndale House / 2015 / Trade Paperback$6.29 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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AmyT5 Stars Out Of 5Kingdom Family DevotionalMarch 21, 2017AmyTQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Kingdom Family Devotional by Tony Evans is a wonderful devotional for the family just as it says.
This great book is divided into 5 days of 52 weeks. Each week is a new topic, like; love, respect, purity, worship, sin etc. This book is definitely geared to the family. There is scripture to read and memorize and fun application points. I love that it is not dated, so for a busy family like mine, we can come back to it even if we've missed some days in between.
If you are searching for a devotional for your family, I would recommend this one. Even 1 day a week spending time together as a family in God's word is beneficial. My kids love it and keep on asking for more. What a win!
Thank you to Tyndale House Publishing for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book.
KaraAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Kingdom Family DevotionalFebruary 11, 2017KaraAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The Kingdom Family Devotional: 52 Weeks of Growing Together, by Tony and Jonathan Evans, is a part of an ongoing transformational series to equip you to live out your kingdom purpose. It is a Focus on the Family Resource published by Tyndale House Publishers.
This devotional includes fifty-two themes considered essential for spiritual growth. Intended for use five days per week, there are 260 family devotions. Each includes a scripture and a devotion, with some including suggested prayer starters or acts of service. It is designed as a tool for parents to use with their children to instill Biblical truth and spiritual values. The introduction says, If were ever to see the salvation of our nation, we must first pursue the salvation of the family.
I was impressed with this devotional. It is one of the few Ive seen that actually provides a detailed explanation for its use. It also encourages flexibility to adapt it for your particular family. Its hard cover is intended to stand up to a whole years use in a busy, active family.
I would recommend this book for anyone looking for practical ways to enhance family spiritual health.
I received this book free from the publisher and was not required to write a positive review.
Seasons of GraceAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Something for the Everyone in the FamilyJanuary 30, 2017Seasons of GraceAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am very excited about this devotional. I have always enjoyed listening to Dr. Tony Evans messages and we have worked through several of his Bible Studies in our Sunday School Class. I am really looking forward to using this with my kids, when we finish up our current devotional book.
I found this devotional to be a wonderful asset to any family library and home. There are 52 topics covered that relate to family and living for God. It begins with Love and Respect, but moves on to the most important decision anyone can make, Salvation. Each theme is covered over a weeks time, generally Monday through Friday and families are encouraged to work through it together at the dinner table or other time they can gather for devotions. The devotions are not very long, but have great illustrations, and contain a Scripture verse to read, as well as, various activities families can do together that encourage laughter and bonding. Interestingly, at the end of the devotional, unlike other devotionals, there is no prayer. That is because families are encouraged to develop their own prayer time together, instead of just reading a pre-written prayer at the end of the daily lesson.
What I like about this book:
Dr. Evans is all about the family! Change in our homes, churches, communities and nation is going to start with the family. Strong families build strong churches, communities, etc...
I like that he focuses on themes our kids need to hear about and ways to apply this to our lives. They are relevant to today's problems, lifestyles, etc... Some that stood out to me were Purity, Respect, Self-control, Idolatry, Truth, Righteousness, Money, Fear, Courteous Speech, and that is just to name a few.
I like the activities that engage the kids. But I also think, it is possible, if you have older children, some of them may not enjoy participating as much as younger children would. I think it will depend on the age, attitude, and environment it is hosted in.
I like that this is a five day a week devotional. Most of us are extremely busy and just finding time to devote to family devotions isn't always easy. This gives a day or two leeway in case you can't do it seven days a week. (In our family we usually skip Wednesdays and Sundays especially because we are at church both those days/nights)
The only thing I found to "complain about is that the beautiful picture across the lower part of the cover is paper and doesn't stay on very easily. I would like it to have been an actually part of the cover itself.
I would highly recommend this book for your family! I received a free copy courtesy of Tyndale's blogger program to review. I was not required to give a positive review and all opinions are my own.
DanniAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good family timeJanuary 27, 2017DanniAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I cannot stress enough the importance of getting into the word of God everyday. Not just for myself, but for my family as well. How will my husband lead if he isn't in God's word. How will my children get the foundation they need or even know where to get their answers from if not shown?
That is why I like family devotionals. The new family devotional from Tony Evans Kingdom Family Devotional is right up my family's alley.
First it is a 52 week devotional!! Yeah a whole year!! Second it is broken down into weekly themes and then daily devotionals from there. Can I just say how much I adore the weekly theme! Doing a theme for the week helps to reinforce what you are talking about day to day.
I liked how it was simple. There were activities for the family to do together. Like dancing, writing your own worship song, even writing your own sermon. I do believe thought that this devotional is geared toward older kids. My youngest is 8 and wont be writing his own sermon but he may just go and preach one! I do think that this is a good devotional overall for the whole family.
I received this book from Tyndale for my honest opinion.
danniAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good for families with older childrenJanuary 19, 2017danniAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I don't recall previously reading a book written by Tony Evans. But it never hurts to try something to strengthen your family.
The book is a 52 week devotional. Each week focuses on a different concept. Some of the concepts included are Love, Respect, Spiritual Warfare, The Holy Spirit, Forgiveness, Idolatry, Perseverance, Church, Maturity, and Discipline. Each specific day also includes a Scripture reference. Evans seems to utilize the NASB version - one I'm not a huge fan of due to its distance from the literal translation.
Each day involves something different for the family to focus on together. One day may include praying together. Another may include memorizing a Scripture reference together. Yet another day may include role playing in order to apply that concept.
Since the devotional is written in a more mature manner, I would not suggest it being used in a family with young kids. Although the daily devotions are short, my preschool son would not be engaged by it. It would be extremely helpful to families with middle school or high school kids who are mature enough to fully grasp the concepts.
I received a copy of this book free by Tyndale in engage for an honest review.