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Trace the epic pageantry of humankind from Adam to the Messiah! Revealing God's unconditional love for us all, Voskamp's guide will help your family recapture the sacredness of the Advent season. Each day, you and your children will read a Scripture passage, engage with an easy-to-understand devotion, and participate in suggested activities. Beautifully illustrated. Families with kids ages 3 to 18 will love celebrating Christ together!
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 10.00 X 10.00 X 0.50 (inches)|
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Based on the overwhelming success of The Greatest Gift, Ann Voskamp has expanded her presentation of the timeless Advent tradition of the Jesse Tree so families can celebrate together. Each day, families can read the provided Scripture passage (in connection with the original book), engage with a specially written devotion to help children of all ages understand the Advent theme for the day, and participate in suggested activities to apply the theme.
This special edition is beautifully illustrated. It can serve as a precious guide to help recapture the sacredness of the Advent season and to help the entire family understand and celebrate the epic pageantry of humankind from Adam to the Messiah.
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Ann Voskamp, bestselling author of One Thousand Gifts and A Holy Experience blog, is a writer with DaySpring, a contributing editor to Laity Lodge's The High Calling, and a global advocate for the poor, traveling several times a year for Compassion International. With a background in psychology and education from York University and the University of Waterloo, Ann and her husband are farmers in the Mennonite countryside of Ontario, raising a half dozen kids, crops of corn, and the roof of praise. She writes about the everyday wonder on her blog.
sangtexasAge: 35-44Gender: Female3 Stars Out Of 5Pretty book but the stories drag way more than they shouldDecember 31, 2016sangtexasAge: 35-44Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3I bought this for my 10 and 7 year old. We read the Bible every night, so most of these stories were not new to them. We liked how every story (Adam and Eve, Abraham, David...) all point to Jesus. The pictures were also very beautiful. First was a page with excerpts from the Bible, followed by a 2-3 pages expanding on the story. The style was similar to "The Jesus Storybook Bible" by Sally Lloyd-Jones except longer and way more mushy than it needed to be.
ml5 Stars Out Of 5BeautifulDecember 22, 2016mlQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Everyone I gave this book to loved it! (and I gave 3 this year!) It is great for reading to your kids and getting to the real meaning of Christmas. It is even good for adults to read and learn more.
homeschoolkidsrock5 Stars Out Of 5Greatest GiftJanuary 2, 2016homeschoolkidsrockQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was our first year celebrating Christmas with the Jesse tree and this book made it so much better. Thank you for such an amazing resource.
lancaster2peabody5 Stars Out Of 5thoroughly enjoy this!!December 18, 2015lancaster2peabodyQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0i was concerned this would be too little kiddish for my 9 & 11 yr olds but it has been fabulous! this is our first "Jesse Tree" advent and we have all learned and enjoyed this read!! a great way to start our day!
southern homemaker3 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful but disappointedDecember 9, 2015southern homemakerQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3This is a beautifully illustrated book! But it does not follow traditional Jesse Tree format so it has to have specific ornaments to go along with it. Personally my biggest concern is that the stories feel too embellished. As a previous reviewer stated the writing style just isn't for us. Sadly this was not what I was hoping for.