- Paperback: 371 pages
- Age Range: 8 – 12 years
- Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers (23 Sept. 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 084231976X
- ISBN-13: 978-0842319768
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 2.5 x 22.6 cm
The One Year Book of Fun & Active Devotions for Kids contains 365 devotionals for families, each beginning with a real question asked by a real kid. Questions are followed by a Bible verse and an answer. Based on the eight books in the Questions Children Ask series.
Who created God? Why does God let people die? Do God and Jesus cry? Kids wanna know! So what do you say when they start asking tough questions – about God, the Bible…and everything else you hold sacred? For every parent who’s ever struggled to make theology as appetizing as a Happy Meal, here’s the book you’ve been looking for. From the authors of the popular “101 Questions Children Ask” series comes a one-year devotional with activities for kids and families. Each devotional begins with a real question asked by a real child. The question is followed by a Bible verse and a kid-language answer based on the verse. Because kids love fun, they’ll be excited about the easy-to-do activities that reinforce each lesson. And don’t be surprised if the whole family gets a chuckle out of the humorous Max and Jason cartoons illustrating the questions. God curious elementary-age children at home? The 366 devotions in this book will help to satisfy their curiosity – and yours!
366 Readings In 371 Pages
This children’s devotional contains 365 lessons for families, each beginning with real questions children have asked. Questions are followed by answers that are supported by Bible verses. Themes of the devotions include God, the Bible, right from wrong, Heaven and angels, money matters, the world, prayer, friends and school.
“The One Year Book of Fun & Active Devotions for Kids” contains 365 devotionals for families, each beginning with a real question asked by a real kid. Questions are followed by a Bible verse and an answer. Based on the eight books in the Questions Children Ask series.
Elliot is an editor with the University of Chicago. She lives with her two daughters.
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