Following the theme of Rick Warren’s bestselling book, this devotional affirms that your tweens are important and that they have a part and purpose in God’s plan. With all the internal and external pressure to conform, this book will help them to see themselves through G... Read More
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Ages: 8 - 12
Page Count: 384
- Product type: Book
- Format: Hardcover
- Release Date: Oct 6, 2015
- UPC: 9780310750468
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 384
- Publish Date: Oct 6, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 12
- Audience Age Minimum: 8
- BISAC: "JNF049120"
- ISBN: 0310750466
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- Review from Rambles of a SAHM by Fitzysmom on 10/28/2015
Way back in 2002 our whole church body from the youth group to the senior adults spent 40 days studying The Purpose Driven Life. All these years later the truths that I learned still resonate within me. At the time I only had teenagers and above and they were participating in the study so I didn't give much thought to the little ones.
Now I have eight grands and I want them to learn the same principles that we did all those years ago. I want them to know that they were created for a purpose. Their existence was never a mistake but rather a God ordained blessing bestowed upon their parents (and their grandparents!).
When The Purpose Driven Life Devotional for Kids arrived at my home I was thrilled to be able to share it with my kids and grands. The book is broken down into 365 daily devotions that cover the same six purposes in the original book. The language is designed for nine to twelve year-olds but we are finding that the younger kids are doing well with listening in.
I have to tell you about one other thing that caught my eye. The very last chapter is entitled Why So Many Translations? Of course I had to flip back there and read it. Pastor Rick gave three reasons to answer that question but it is the second one that really stood out to me:
"Second, and even more important, is the fact that we often miss the full impact or meaning of familiar Bible verses, not because of poor translating, but simply because they become so familiar! We think we know the message of a verse because we have read or heard it so many times. Then we find it quoted in a book, we skim over it, and miss the full meaning." (pg. 382)
Isn't that the truth! In my personal studies I like to look things up in different translations so I was pleased to see this same technique employed in this book.
As I said before The Purpose Driven Life made such an impact on my life. If you are looking for a way to impart these same principles into your children's lives I highly recommend this book. Not only will you be teaching your children how important they are in God's eyes but you will be reminding yourself of that truth as well.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.