Are Your Family Devotions Fun and Informative?

Have you ever struggled to make family devotions work for your family? One child likes to color and the other wants to jump up and down. How do you hold both of their interests?

I have a treat for those of you with children and grandchildren in your life. My friend Karen Whiting’s new book just released. I want you to be among the first to know. Because Karen packs so many creative ideas into each lesson, there is something to fit every family’s needs. Karen has provided a link below so you can enjoy a free sample of this fun and informative resource.

52 Weekly Devotions for Families Called to Serve

As a parent, devotions were the heart of our family life. We all hold so many memories of them. They build faith, cognitive skills, and help us bond. These 52 weekly devotions give you a choice to fit your lifestyle (do as little or much as you want each week) and also help your children develop servant hearts as they read about people who serve others and Bible people who served others.
Enjoy hands-on fun, a contemporary story, a related Bible passage, and chat prompts all around a central weekly theme. Discover more about the lives of families with members who serve in the military, mission field, firefighters, law enforcement, EMTS, and even families who volunteer. You learn about adventures, following a call, and challenges such families face. Create a family faith scrapbook with the prompts given each week to save the memories of sharing faith as a family.

Check out a free sample here.

Order here.

Meet the Author

Karen Whiting has a heart to grow tomorrow’s wholesome families today. She lets creativity flow into her writing to encourage women, families, and children.  She’s a writing and Marketing Coach (www.karenwhiting.com), international speaker, former television host, and award-winning author of twenty-six books for women, children, military, and families.
She’s also a mom of five (including two rocket scientists) and a grandmother. She writes to help families thrive. She has written more than seven hundred articles for more than sixty publications. Her awards include the Christian Retailing 2014 Best Award, children’s nonfiction (The One Year My Princess Devotions) and the Military Writer’s Society of America Gold Medal (Stories of Faith and Courage from the Home Front). She also enjoys travel and adventure and has ridden a camel in the Canary Islands, bicycled along the coast of Singapore, river cruised in China, and white water rafted in Australia.
How do you keep family devotions kid friendly?  Comment here.
Photo by Ben White on Unsplash

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8 Comments

8 Comments

  1. Melissa Henderson

    I am reading Karen’s book and LOVE it!!! What a wonderful way to share family time!

    • Debbie W. Wilson

      Melissa, I love the layout as well as the ideas. Glad to hear you are enjoying it.

  2. Ann Musico

    This is a beautiful book I will be purchasing for my grandchildren! I wish I’d had it when my children were small.

    • Debbie Wilson

      Me too, Ann. I’m afraid we got stuck in a rut.

  3. J.D. Wininger

    A m certain I’ve just found another great book to add to our church library; and I may have to pick up a few more to share with friends who still have little ones to lead. Thank you for sharing this with us Mrs. Debbie and Mrs. Karen.

    • Debbie Wilson

      Great idea, J.D. Thanks.

  4. Julie Lavender

    I love Karen’s writing! Her children’s books are precious! Thank you so much for sharing her post!

    • Debbie Wilson

      She is very creative. I am always amazed. Thanks, Julie.

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