8 Kids Devotionals to Start a New Year

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.

lovelyWhatever Is Lovely: 90-Day Devotional Journal, by Allia Zobel-Nolan (Zonderkidz) for tween girls.

forceMay the Faith Be with You: 180 Devotions That Are Out of This World (Zonderkidz), for ages 6-10.

hopeHope 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.

all-of-meJesus Wants All of Me, by Phil Smouse (Discovery House). Based on Oswald Chambers’s My Utmost for His Highest, for ages 6-8.

happyDuck Commander Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids: Fun and Faith-Filled Stories, by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard (Tommy Nelson), for ages 4-8.

bedtimeBedtime Devotions with Jesus, compiled by Johnny Hunt (Tommy Nelson), for ages 4-8.

snuggleSnuggle Time Prayers, by Glenys Nellist (Zonderkidz), for ages 2-4.

51xal4gqil-_sx361_bo1204203200_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.


– Diane

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