Dinner is sometimes rushed while trying to get to soccer practice or school event on time. Other times, dinner is spent in front of the television. These things leave no time for more important things. Using Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions as a prompt, your family cam begin having mealtime family discussions and small doses of Scripture.
What I like best about the book:
Each mealtime devotion consists of five parts, so that the discussion isn’t a mere 15 seconds. The family can discuss the topic throughout the meal. We often spend dinner not talking, so I hope to wear the pages out on this boo.
Also, included are mealtime devotions for special occasions like a birthday or Mother’s Day.
Scripture translation included is the NIV. If you use a different translation, such as the KJV, just grab your Bible to look up the mealtime Scripture. Better yet, look it up on your smartphone, so that you don’t get food on your Bible pages.
About the Book
Your family’s gathered around the table. What’s on the menu? Cold stares? Stale prayers? The same old leftover questions about “what happened at school today”? Next time you sit down to eat, enjoy some spiritual food too! Get everyone talking—and learning—with the nourishment of Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions! Encourage quality family time and pass on a strong spiritual heritage with these 90 devotions created to engage children in fun, lively, productive dialogue.
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