Within this family devotion are 52 activities your kids will never forget.
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About the Book
The remedy to ho-hum, not-again, “Do we have to?” family devotions
Regular family devotions are important. Unfortunately, they’re often . . . boring. But what if devotions looked less like sitting still and listening to someone read and more like, say, electrocuting a pickle? Or converting a leaf blower into a toilet paper launcher? Or lighting toothpaste on fire?
These hands-on, kinda dangerous, totally unforgettable object lessons (along with nearly fifty others) are not only more fun than other family devotions–they actually deliver the spiritual impact you desire for your kids. So put away the flannelgraph, get out the safety goggles, and start bringing the truths of Scripture to vivid life in your household. Just remember to change out of your Sunday clothes first.
About the Author
Tim Shoemaker is the author of 14 books. He has worked as a volunteer with youth at his local church for over 25 years and speaks to thousands of students at public schools. He’s a popular workshop speaker at Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conferences, Moody Pastor’s Conference, Focus on the Family, and GREAT Homeschool Conventions. Shoemaker lives in Rolling Meadows, Illinois.
This Mom’s Review
Now that my son is starting first grade, I’ve been wanting to find a devotional that would benefit us both. While he’s constantly moving even during reading time, I have found a book of family devotions that fit. Receiving a complimentary copy of the above-mentioned book from Revell Publishing has been a blessing to both my son and me. While it’s hard to get in a devotional every day and allow the message to sink in, I have found this book of 52 devotionals to be perfect for weekly themes. We read the devotion and then have seven days to discuss the message behind the devotional casually within the context of the day.
The few devotions and activities my son and I have already done are sticking. I think we could even repeat the devotion a second year; my son will be older and will take even more from it then.