A deep desire of mine as a mama is to shepherd our daughter’s heart to a love for Jesus. Thankfully there are tons of ways to do that through books, devotionals, and craft kits.
If you have read about our Family Devotional Center, then you know we have devotionals that live on our dining table! Our collection is ever growing I think, but that’s a good thing right?
We don’t go through them all each day, instead I let her pick whatever she wants and we learn about Jesus together.
Here are my favorite kid devotionals:
Daughters of the King 90 Devotions: I love that this devotional incorporates princesses and all things girly, but with a biblical twist. There are five princesses, all sisters, and they are named for virtues we all desire for our children. Grace, Hope, Faith, Charity, and Joy.
Love Does for Kids: So this isn’t technically a devotional, but with each story from Bob Goff and his daughter, we are pointed to Jesus! Bible stories and scriptures are referenced. Each story is about 3 pages long so they are quick and easy reads, just like a devotional.
100 Extraordinary Stories for Courageous Girls: I love this book! There are 100 stories of various women who lived for Jesus! Each story is one page and includes a scripture reference.
Dinosaur Devotions: If your child loves dinosaurs, then this is a fun book to have! Each dinosaur devotion is two pages, and includes fun dino stats and scripture references as well.
Write the Word Journal for Kids: I’ve written about Cultivate What Matter’s Write the Word Journal for Kids numerous times, and for good reason!
Our Family Discussion Cards: Like with Love Does for Kids is not technically a devotional, but they actually work great as one! We usually do one card in the morning to start our day, then talk about it through out the day, and review at dinner time! Each card has a biblical attribute, a kid-friendly definition of the attribute, a scripture references, and questions to get them thinking about the attribute!
What are your favorite devotionals you use with your kids?
I’d love to add to our collection!
In Him, Tamara
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