Kingdom Family Devotional

978-1-58997-855-3This is a great devotional for families! You use it 5 days a week and each week there is a theme. Some themes include: money, prayer, love, communication, and giving. The theme of the week is broken down over five days. There are different readings for each day. There are activities that you get to complete at the end the week (not every week has one). These activities include: prayer jars, family tree and even making lemonade.

This new devotional from Dr. Tony Evans and his son Jonathan Evans will provide both single and married parents with a resource tool to maximize those family devotional times, such as the dinner hour or bedtime. The family virtues–based devotional provides 52 separate topics, one for each week of the year, and five devotionals within each topic that will guide devotional times Monday through Friday. This is a wonderful way to build a spiritually strong family week by week, day after day―a perfect way to head into the weekend. Topics range from the basics of the faith―such as salvation, spiritual warfare, prayer, forgiveness, and discipleship―to essentials of living as followers of Christ: money, prayer, family, friends, and priorities. The subject matter is simplified so even young children can grasp important concepts. This is a perfect resource for busy families.

We love this devotional and it was written to help parents to use. We want our children to have the truth instead of things they may here on TV or from the internet.

This is a well written book and is has a great hardcover. The photo of the family on the cover is not actually on the book itself….it’s a paper cover. This is a great devotional and our kids are the perfect age and we can’t wait to start it with them.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the Tyndale House Publishers bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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