Book Review: My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word by Johnny Hunt

My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word: 52 Bible Stories for Kids by Johnny Hunt

Published May 2, 2017 by Thomas Nelson

Genres Christian, Children’s

Pages 352

Amazon

Written by pastors, children’s ministers, and leaders who have a heart for helping children become lifelong believers, My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word is a perfect tool for introducing your children to weekly devotions. Cute art and simple storytelling naturally lend themselves to early readers who are starting to read on their own. With tangible takeaways and prayers at the end of every Bible adventure, your children or grandchildren will grow in their faith as they read My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word. Help your child engage his or her faith in new, meaningful ways through the wisdom and insight in My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word. By starting the habit of studying the Bible at a young age, your young believer is signing up for the adventure of a lifetime!

My Bible Adventure is a great way to introduce children to the concept of devotionals. This book is a weekly devotional for children targeted towards age 8 and up. Each week, 52 total, introduces scripture from the Bible, the concept/topic that goes along with it, illustrations, a “Today’s Adventure” page and a “Pray With Me” page. For example, Week 1 is entitled “God Made Everything” and presents Genesis 1:1-15. The entire scripture is printed in the book, followed by the “Today’s Adventure” page, which is the equivalent to an adult”s devotional page, discussing the scripture presented. Following this is the “Pray With Me” page which presents a short pray, followed by a “Take It With You” passage helping children further connect the scripture discussed with their own lives. As the synopsis describes, each weekly devotional is written by someone different, including pastors and children’s ministers.

Overall I think this is a great book to introduce children to the concept of devotionals and I think that the weekly devotional is a good place to start. I think that this is marketed towards the right age range, as it does still contain colorful illustrations along with the text. This would be great for personal use, as well as in a Children in Worship or Sunday School setting.

Thank you to the publisher for sending me a review copy of this book.

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