One Year of Dinner Table Devotions and Discussion Starters: 365 Opportunities to Grow Closer to God as a Family

April 30, 2016 - Comment

Getting the kids to turn off the TV and video games is challenge enough―let alone gathering as a family to read and discuss the Bible! One Year of Dinner Table Devotions & Discussion Starters helps families start where they are already gathered together on a daily basis―around the dinner table. As the meal comes to

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Getting the kids to turn off the TV and video games is challenge enough―let alone gathering as a family to read and discuss the Bible! One Year of Dinner Table Devotions & Discussion Starters helps families start where they are already gathered together on a daily basis―around the dinner table. As the meal comes to a close, family members can take turns turning to the dinner-table devotion for that day, designed to be done together as a family in 10 to 15 minutes. The result is a meaningful daily discussion in which every family member can participate, drawing the whole family closer to God . . . and each other.

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grace says:

Wonderful Tool for Family Devotions (K-College!) I’m a parent of 3 who is filled with gratitude for the book “Dinner Table Devotions”. I have been doing “formal” devotion books with my kids since the 1st one started kindergarden (now he’s a sophmore and my youngest is 10!) I have found that so many of the books lack sound teaching and I have been discouraged by the fact that I’ve had to correct some of the lessons. We aren’t quite done the year but so far every lesson has been a wonderful tool to help my children grow in their faith and…

momof3 says:

Pleasently Surprised by theological soundness and Whole-Family Accessibility I picked up this book at my local Christian bookstore, half-expecting to be revolted by cheesy cliches. But, wow – not the case. This book is full of well-thought-through TRUTH. NOT catchy, gimmicky, overly-sentimental “fluff.” 

reading_mother says:

Great book but kind of hard for my little ones This family devotional book is really good. My only problem with it is that I think it is too mature for my 10, 9 and 4 year old. We have been using it and I will probably go through it again when the kids get older.

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