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Jesus Today Devotions For Kids

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I don't know about you, but I crave a schedule and a routine. The reality is that life happens, and schedules are often changed. (The Blizzard of 2016 comes to mind!) But I have found that when I can stick to a schedule (especially when it comes to my devotions) that my stress level is significantly reduced.

So I'm learning that carving out time to do my devotions and take that time for me really is important to myself and my family.

Lil Man is almost 5, and although he is a little young for the Jesus Today Devotions For Kids (the recommended age is 6-10) I want to start him out on the right path of taking time to study the bible and learning God's promises for him.



Although he can't read, I of course can read the book to him. I like that each day is only 2 pages so it's not overwhelming or time consuming. This is a great way to teach Lil Man about Jesus and his love for us. The Jesus Today Devotions for Kids is filled with hope. And each devotions is written as if Jesus is speaking directly to you.

I personally found the Jesus Today Devotions for Kids refreshing, and I like that Lil Man and I are doing something together. Because he is a little young, I know that he might not fully grasp some concepts. But I also think that this devotional can be used again and again for several years as he grows.

Overall, I would definitely recommend Jesus Today Devotions for Kids if you are looking for a devotional for your kids.

And one of you can win your own copy. Simply enter the giveaway below.


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