1. Mission Accomplished: A Two-Week Family Easter Devotional
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    Mission Accomplished: A Two-Week Family Easter Devotional
    Scott James
    New Growth Press / 2015 / Hardcover
    $11.99 Retail: $15.99 Save 25% ($4.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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    May 3, 2018
    vick
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    I am very happy with my order. I ordered one for me, then several for my grown kids for their kids. it is exactly as described. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
  2. Bob Hayton
    St. Paul, MN
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Male
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Extremely helpful, Gospel-centered, clear devotional for parents to use with children at Easter.
    March 13, 2015
    Bob Hayton
    St. Paul, MN
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Male
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    Looking for an easy to use resource for helping your kids go deeper into the Bible story this Easter? Scott James has given us a beautiful resource in his book Mission Accomplished: A Two-Week Family Easter Devotional (New Growth Press, 2015). This book is intended to lead families through a devotional each day the week before and the week following Easter.

    Ill jump to the chase. Get this book, and order it now. You still have time to get this by Palm Sunday.

    I havent seen another devotional that is as Gospel-centered and true to the text, nor one as helpful and clearly laid out, as this little two-week devotional.

    Each days reading is organized as follows: a selection of Scripture to be read, a short devotional (about 1 page), discussion questions (with answers for the parents), a suggestion about what to pray about in response to the lesson, and then either a family activity or a song to sing that is related to the lesson. The activities are usually a craft that is engaging for young minds. The songs are hymns. I appreciate that the text is not included, this will help kids learn to interact with their own Bibles.

    The illustrations by A.E. Macha are bright and cheerful, but not overpowering. The insights and connections with the Old Testament (particularly the Passover and the sacrificial lamb), are very helpful and simple enough for young children to understand. I suspect that elementary and middle school children will be most appreciative of the book, but it can be used with even younger children.

    I highly recommend this work and trust it will be a blessing to Christian families everywhere.

    Disclaimer: this book was provided by the publisher for review. I was under no obligation to offer a favorable review.
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