Books on Parenting
This great book lays out 14 truths about raising your family. Whether you are on parenting day 1 or parenting day 6,570 this book is a great read to add to your list.
Books to help kids grow in their faith
This simple picture book tackles hard truths, like why sin entered the world and how it separated us from God. But it also celebrates the wonderful work of Jesus on the cross! The book is accompanied by a coloring and activity book, designed for elementary ages.
This book is sure to catch your eye and bring the Bible to life in ways you have never seen before… your kids (especially visual learners!) will love flipping through and seeing all of the colorful pictures and graphics!
This beautiful book will move your heart to joy and praise… if you’re looking for a bedtime devotional to do with your kids, this is it!
- The Books of the Bible for Kids by Zondervan
This 4-volume set divides the books of the Bible into four categories and devotes one book to each category. The books are heavily abridged (think “The Message, but geared towards ages 8-12) and presented without headings or chapter/verse numbers, which makes them read much more like stories.
These workbooks (produced by the same organization that made She Reads Truth) address all the major themes of Romans using fun activities and journal pages to prompt your child’s engagement with scripture.
These workbooks (produced by the same organization that made She Reads Truth) address all the major themes of 1 & 2 Corinthians using fun activities and journal pages to prompt your child’s engagement with scripture.
This beautifully illustrated book goes from Genesis to Revelation, teaching children about the character of God by revealing the names that scripture gives to Him (The Word, Jealous God, Prince of Peace…). It even teaches the names in Hebrew & Greek (Logos, El Kanna, Jehova Shalom…) so that kids can begin to see and understand the original languages of scripture. Each of the 40 Bible studies in this book begins with a name and ends with a prayer, a Bible verse, and a next step.
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