Applying The Bible To Everyday Life: 3 Kid-friendly Books For Your 2022 Reading Plans

10 Minutes in the Word: Proverbs

Finding great books isn’t always easy, especially if you’re searching for something you can use to help your kids or family members grow in their faith. I’m not really interested in books that are overly preachy; however, 10 Minutes in the Word: Proverbs offers a reasonable way to dive into Biblical truths with your family, in short, easy segments.
Each devotion is broken down and includes a Bible passage, a commentary, and questions you can ask yourself or a study partner. If you want to modify these lessons to do with your kids, you’ll be able to do so easily. 
The book is a hardcover version that comes with a built-in bookmark, so another option would be to give this away as a sweet Bible-based gift for a friend or loved one who enjoys reading and studying.

The Adventure Bible Book Of Daring Deeds And Epic Creations

As a busy mom, I’m always looking for fun, interactive ways I can incorporate God’s word into my family’s daily routine. This book offers a practical way I can do just that. It’s not overly preachy and it’s not boring at all. Instead of getting a block o’ text that’s going to make my kid’s eyes glaze over, this book presents a series of activities that reinforce Biblical truths. Each lesson has a little craft or project coupled with a Biblical principle your kids can meditate on. I love it! It’s a fun, easy-to-read book that doesn’t take up too much time, but that opens the door for more serious Biblical conversation and dialogue.

If you’ve been thinking about getting a book like this, here are a couple of questions to consider:

  • Do your kids need a way to learn about the Bible?
  • Are you ready to spend more time with your children?
  • Are you willing to sit down and work on a craft together?
  • Do you have time – or are you willing to take the time – to work through these devotionals and questions?

This book is available at online retailers, as well as local bookstores, so if you’ve been searching for a fun way to dig into God’s word with your children, check it out.

Nkjv Children’s Outreach Bible

If your kids love Sunday School, VBS, or just want a way to learn more about God’s word, a Bible can be a fantastic gift. I want to incorporate more reading in general into our lives, including reading the Bible specifically, so this particular Bible has been a great addition to our home library.

It’s kid-friendly and is designed for kids who might not be familiar with how Bibles work. There are several short devotional pages designed to help kids find the answers they need for their questions. I like that it’s also easy for parents to use with their kids, so if you’re looking for a way to spend some time studying with your kids, you can do so easily.

Here’s what you can expect:

Our most-loved Children’s Outreach Bible includes full-color study helps with the trusted New King James translation to make Bible reading fun and accessible for kids!This affordable Children’s Outreach Bible in the trustworthy New King James Version is a great value for anyone who wants to give children God’s Word. The fun and colorful cover is designed for boys and girls alike, and the interior features the full Old and New Testaments of the New King James Version, the translation loved and trusted by millions!Also featured are 24 pages of kid-friendly full-color study help pages to help young children learn and grow in their faith journey. Pages include:

Why Should I Read the Bible?
Bible Verses to Know
Knowing Jesus Better
How Do I Pray?
How Can I Let God’s Love Shine Through Me?
How Do I Study the Bible?
The Names of God
and many more!

A special presentation page is perfect for personalizing! Whether you’re giving a child his or her first Bible or rewarding a Sunday school class for a job well done, this economy Bible with great features is the perfect way to meet the needs of those around you!

Do your kids have a Bible? Does this look like something they’d enjoy?

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