Monday, May 9, 2011

“When You Rise Up”: Faith in the Mornings— Children’s Personal Devotions Part III of III

“You shall teach them diligently to your children and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up” Deuteronomy 6:7

I am going to make a random list of things I can remember our children doing for devotions, character, discipleship, etc. I’ll try to list them in a semi-chronological order by age group. (Books that are reviewed at PP 365 blogspot are marked with asterisk.)

*Early Readers’ Bible

Bible story book and audio sets, including “Stories That Live” (not sure if those are still out there but Joshua and Kayla used to love these!); NEST; and others that I picked up at the library (those little plastic bags with book/tapes or cd’s)

*Your Story Hour audios

Doughnut Man videos

*NEST videos

Patch the Pirate audios

Felt Bible lessons

*The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes

*Uncle Arthur Bedtime Stories

*The Picture Bible

*Family Bible Library

Youth Devotional Books

Key for Kids

Bible quizzing cards

Scribing—writing out a book of the Bible in a journal

Quote-ables—writing out verses, quotations, etc. in a journal

Biographies of godly heroes

Case for….books

Case for….books for kids

Psalm a day

Proverb a day

A Gospel chapter a day

Authors our teens have read widely:

C. S. Lewis

John Piper

A. W. Tozer

Ken Ham

Genevieve Foster

Martin Luther

Amy Carmichael

Hannah Hurrnah

Joni Eareckson Tada

John Bunyan

Josh McDowell

Lee Strobel

Elisabeth Eliot

Kay Arthur

Andrew Murrey

Charles Sheldon

R.A. Torrey

Henry Morris

Gary Parker

William Durrant

Franklin Graham

David Wilkerson

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