The right children’s devotional book helps you as a parent or grandparent involve kids you love in forming the joyful habit of spending time with God’s Word each day.
Here’s a list of 8 newer devotionals for you to check out.
Whatever Is Lovely: 90-Day Devotional Journal, by Allia Zobel-Nolan (Zonderkidz) for tween girls.
May the Faith Be with You: 180 Devotions That Are Out of This World (Zonderkidz), for ages 6-10.
Hope for Each Day: 365 Devotions for Kids, by Billy Graham (Tommy Nelson), for ages 6-10. I was privileged to get to work on this book with the teams at Nelson and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Jesus Wants All of Me, by Phil Smouse (Discovery House). Based on Oswald Chambers’s My Utmost for His Highest, for ages 6-8.
Duck Commander Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids: Fun and Faith-Filled Stories, by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard (Tommy Nelson), for ages 4-8.
Bedtime Devotions with Jesus, compiled by Johnny Hunt (Tommy Nelson), for ages 4-8.
Snuggle Time Prayers, by Glenys Nellist (Zonderkidz), for ages 2-4.
My own Say & Pray Devotions (Tommy Nelson), for ages 1-3. It’s never too early to start connecting your child’s daily experiences with our heavenly Father!
Of course, there are many other tried-and-true devotional classics for kids too. Does your family have a favorite? Let me know in the comments.