Daddy Head and I decided way back when we found out we were pregnant with Bear that we would make it a point to pray God’s Word over our children. We also knew that we wanted to make family devotional times a priority. It was important to us that our children had a strong biblical worldview and a solid foundation under them. And we wanted to start it all from the beginning.
This year, we really stepped it up a notch. We bought both Bear and Lion their own children’s Bibles and I even got a new Bible. And then when I settled on my word of the year being Return, I knew that I wanted to go back to some of the basics of what we had started with.
This included speaking the Word over them.
Tommy Nelson has two incredible resources for parents to use with their children. God’s Promises for Girls and God’s Promises for Boys are aimed at 6-10 year olds. They can be used as a devotional or topical, and they are full of fun, bright illustrations.
I felt it was perfect for us to use with Bear and Lion during our family devotions.
I loved how the book was broken down. We have been battling some pretty intense fear with Bear and the section on God’s Promises When You Are Worried was awesome for her:
And Lion has been dealing with some sickness so we loved the God’s Promises of Help When You Are Sick:
I am looking forward to using these books more as the kids get older.
How would you like to win a copy of each for your family or loved one? Simply leave me a comment below telling me which promise of God you pray over your children? A second entry could be a comment telling me what your children say a promise is. Additional comments for Facebook shares and tweets will be accepted. Just leave a comment for each.
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Disclosure: As a Tommy Mommy, I was provided with the above product in order to facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.