I Am Devotional 100 Devotions About the Names of God is an exceptionally well thought out and written book for families of young children between the ages of 6-10 years old to share together. I applaud author Diane Stortz and illustrated by Diane Le Feyer for such a wonderful collection geared toward boys and girls.
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The Beautiful Word 365 Devotional will stir the heart, inspire the soul, and delight the eyes. Being an artist and a fan of simple designs inspired by shapes, natures, and colors I adore this book. It pairs beautifully with the Bible in the same line but stands well enough on its own that you don’t need it.
Devotions from the Kitchen Table is a wonderful offering to pick up to draw nearer to God on a daily basis. There are 90 devotions within its glossy photograph and word-filled pages. Anyone that loves cooking for their family and friends will likely be enamored by this book. Cooking experiences, things that often happen to all of us surrounding the kitchen table and preparing food is brought to light and gives us a Word from the Lord as a practical and applicable example.
5 Minutes With Jesus: Quiet Time for Your Soul by Shelia Walsh and Sherri Gragg is a breath of fresh air. This little book contains wisdom, insights, and a heartfelt concern for sisters in Christ. The days are busy and can often be hectic. But even five minutes of time turned to our Lord God can give us just the reminder we need of his love. The powerful words give readers a gentle push to fall on His promises instead of trying to make it on our own.
Be Bold is a brand new coloring devotional book by Ellen Elliott. The engaging cover challenges one to be bold with its stand out illustration. We all want to be bold but sometimes we need a bit of a boost. This book just screams “Open me and take a look inside” making it a thoughtful gift for yourself or for that special someone in your life.
Devotions for Easter by Stacy Edwards is a lovely devotional book to use in the days leading up to Easter Day. Readers are introduced to the heart of the author in the beginning few pages. She shares the importance of a story and how we as children of God are called to serve one another in sharing in such a way.
There are 40 devotions. The devotions stem from life stories, a hymn, scripture, and so forth. Every devotion features a title, Bible verse, and a couple of pages to read. The stories are heartfelt, encouraging, and thought-provoking.