Thursday, February 26, 2015
Duck Commander Devotions for Kids by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard
Duck Commander Devotions for Kids by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard has definitely got to be my favorite kids devotional yet. I really have a hard time finding devotions that are age appropriate, have stories to go along with the Bible verses and are something my children are interested in. This book were 100% perfect on every level. My girls and I both loved it.
Each devotional contains a Bible verse, a short story about Willy, Korie, Phil, Miss Kay, John Luke, Bella, Sadie, Will, Missy, Mia, or someone else from the Robertson Clan. It's followed by a prayer and a "Duck Commander in Action" which pretty much breaks down the story you just read. I absolutely loved the stories in this book! Our girls love snuggling up next to me listening to the story and prayer. Sometimes our oldest will even take charge and read to her two younger sisters. Since the devotional is not marked by dates or numbers, it is really not necessary to read the devotions in order. But if you choose to, the book contains a handy built-in bookmark to keep track of what day you are on.
This book is by far, the best children's devotional I have ever seen and it's something that our entire family enjoys reading and listening to! I would highly recommend this devotional to families with children of all ages. Our 8 year old enjoys it, but then our 3 year old also loves hearing the stories. And our 9 month old even enjoys looking at the colorful pictures! So it's a win for the whole family!
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