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- This topic has 9 replies, 6 voices, and was last updated 12 years, 3 months ago by LindseyD.
My husband has asked me to find a good book to use in our family devotionals. Our children are 5.5 and 7, and we like to have family Bible/devotional time, led by my husband, in the evenings after dinner. For our own personal times with the Lord, my hubby and I just use the Bible, but he has asked me to find a book to guide our times in a specific direction.
Are there any you can heartily recommend?
We use Our 24 Family Ways by Clay Clarkson. Our kids are 7, 5 and 2 1/2. We really like it and it’s not so involved that the kids lose interest…except the 2 yo obviously. LOLamyjaneParticipant
leading little ones to God is great.HeatherParticipant
Devotions for the Children’s Hour by Kenneth Taylor without a doubt! It is deep in Bible, heavy in Doctrinal Matters and appeals to the kids without watering down the hard truths of scripture.
We enjoyed Training Hearts, Teaching Minds.
Lindsey, as your dc get older your husband might find Feed My Sheep by Steve Maxwell helpful. We have been so blessed by this; I figured it was also worth mentioning!botanicalbeckyMember
This is something I’ve been looking for too. I ordered the Lenten Devotional mentioned on another thread, but was looking for something after that. I checked out the link to Training Hearts, Teaching Minds and wondered what is the Shorter Catechism?
Botanicalbecky, though we’re non-denominational, from my understanding the Shorter Catechism is based on the Westminster Confession (Reformed Theology); A list of biblical truths in the form of questions & answers, related to the Christian faith – HERE’S a list. Training Hearts, Teaching Minds backs up the answers with scripture – very biblically sound imo.botanicalbeckyMember
I e-mailed my hubby with all your suggestions and links to each one. He has a lot of great choices!
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