Great teaching tool!
Parent guides are really just adult lessons that teach us and allow us to be a better conduit for teaching our children. So much thought has gone into these and yet so simple and efficient that you can easily fit them into your daily schedule!
It is so important to have quiet carved out in our crazy busy schedules so we don't loose perspective and priorities! I can't wait to study this lesson with the girls!
I bought this for my high school girls Bible study group. It is helpful and easy to do, but challenging. The girls were excited to get it, and they liked the button! My prayer for them and myself is that we will continue to meet with God everyday. Thank you for this resource!
We only wish we would have found this sooner. We liked the design and the lovely format. It's simple and easy to follow!
My 11yr old completed this and I was so encouraged to hear how he felt closer to God. It gave him a different perspective on why you should do devotions-not just because your parents say so.... Sooo Good!
I purchased the child and parent book Developing a Quiet Time. My nine year old looks forward to her devotion time each day. I enjoyed having a book of my own to fill in at the same time and discussing it with her. This is such a simple but powerful study. It has helped us by giving us discussion starters about the why behind a quiet time and helped us to come together in developing a habit of daily devotions.
We started the Developing a Quiet Time and have walked through the first seven days together. The last few times each child has asked when they can do it by themselves because they were excited about it! Moving forward they will be doing it and then we will come together to talk about it. I love seeing their growing excitement about reading The Word! Thank you!
I am so grateful for this resource! When I was younger I was told devotions is important but not told how to do it. I always felt like I wasn't doing enough. My 11 yr old and I are working through this together and we are both learning.
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