For awhile now, I’ve been posting top five lists related to children on Mondays. Today I thought I’d share some children’s Bibles and devotion books with you.
This was Emorie’s first Bible and soon we’ll order one for Aubrey. The Bible has colorful illustrations and is a very durable board book. It costs less than $10, too.
This is the Bible we bought our oldest last year. We originally bought it because it aligned to the Sunday School curriculum that is used at our church. We love the way it’s written so that the verses are easily understandable. There are pictures, there are sections for parents and there’s even an Android app that goes along with the Bible.
My grandparents gave us a copy of this devotional a awhile back. We have been reading and enjoying it. Each section contains a devotion for kids on one side of the page and a devotion for adults on the other side of the page. It’s a great way to make sure you’re getting your daily quiet times in.
4. The Bible Storybook for Girls is a very neat devotional book. We have only recently purchased this one so it’s still very new to us. We really appreciate the brightly colored illustrations and we love how the devotions are worded.
We use this devotion a lot, and in fact, I like it better than any of the others I mentioned. Two pastors who’ve preached revival at my church are published in this book.
What Bibles or devotions do you use in your home?
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