Last week a friend texted me and asked for some recommendations for a family devotional book. With the beginning of a new year, you may also be looking for a new resource to use in your family devotional time with your kids or grandkids. Below are the ones that I shared with her:
The Way to the Savior is a new book releasing in February from Jeff and Abbey Land. I am looking forward to this new release as a great way to prepare our kids for Easter. If you haven’t seen their Christmas one – The Way to the Manger, you’ll want to check it out also.
Between Us: A 52-Week Keepsake Devotional for Moms and Daughters is a great book for moms and daughters to do together. Even though I have boys, I read through it and loved it. With the beginning of a new year, it would be a good time to start with your daughter!
Foundations for Kids: A 260-day Reading Plan for Kids by Robby Gallaty is a great resource for Kids to use in reading through the Bible and contains activities to reinforce the Bible reading for the day. There is also a resource for your teens – Foundations for Students.
The Bible is my Best Friend – Family Devotional: 52 Weeks for Families is a family devotional resource that includes activities each week, a verse for the family to memorize, and a weekly challenge. The recommended ages listed are 4-10 years of age.
Once-A-Day At the Table Family Devotional is a resource that we used with our boys several years ago. Our oldest son was a teen and our youngest son was a tween/early teenager. It contains 365 daily readings and conversation starters for your family.
What are your favorite family devotional resources?