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by Susan Garrett,Amy Pauw

ePub Making Time for God: Daily Devotions for Children and Families to Share download
Author:
Susan Garrett,Amy Pauw
ISBN13:
978-0801045059
ISBN:
0801045053
Language:
Publisher:
Baker Books (October 2002)
Category:
Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1349 kb
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1571 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
408

Authors Susan Garrett and Amy Plantinga Pauw are both seminary professors and uniquely qualified to. .Their practical experiences as mothers make each devotion kid-friendly and applicable

Authors Susan Garrett and Amy Plantinga Pauw are both seminary professors and uniquely qualified to underpin their book with sound biblical theology. Their practical experiences as mothers make each devotion kid-friendly and applicable. Making Time for God deals honestly with difficult topics such as race.

Making Time for God book. Susan R. Garrett, Amy Plantinga Pauw. Parents will appreciate this thoughtful daily devotional that helps children develop good prayer and quiet time habits and encourages them to turn to the Bible for answers to real-life situations. Making Time for God deals honestly with such difficult topics as race, diverse religious traditions, divorce, and jealousy.

Amy Pauw: Our book is aimed at children roughly seven to 1.

Amy Pauw: Our book is aimed at children roughly seven to 12. It's organized as a daybook, which means that there's an entry for every day of the year. How did the book for children get started? Garrett: I was trying to find appropriate devotional materials to read with my daughter, who was seven years old at the time, and was unable to find anything that satisfied us. And then I got the idea that maybe I should try to write a book that would suit us and other families as well. I realized that I couldn't do it by myself. Questia is operated by Cengage Learning.

The inspiration for Making Time for God-the children's devotional book that Amy and I have coauthored-was born of these desires.

Here, Garrett explains how the book came to be written. Recite them to your children," Moses tells the people of Israel after he speaks the Ten Commandments. The inspiration for Making Time for God-the children's devotional book that Amy and I have coauthored-was born of these desires. About three years ago I set about to find a devotional guide to use with my seven-year-old daughter. We tried a guide for Christian adults, but her eyes quickly glazed over-too difficult.

Finally, a book for everyone in the family. com User, May 15, 2003. Making Time For God is a Godsend! I have 5 children and I find it difficult to make time to read 5 different books every night. This book satisfies the needs of all my children ages 2 1/2 to 12 1/2 (4 boys and 1 girl).

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NOTES 1 Susan R. Garrett and Amy Plantinga Pauw, Making Time for God: Daily Devotions for.

By making time for God in our daily family life, we say that knowing and trusting God are vital matters-that the Bible and the traditions of our faith teach us how to live. NOTES 1 Susan R.

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Parents will appreciate this thoughtful daily devotional that helps children develop good prayer and quiet time habits and encourages them to turn to the Bible for answers to real-life situations. Authors Susan Garrett and Amy Plantinga Pauw are both seminary professors and uniquely qualified to underpin their book with sound biblical theology. Their practical experiences as mothers make each devotion kid-friendly and applicable. Making Time for God deals honestly with difficult topics such as race, diverse religious traditions, divorce, and jealousy. It introduces children to many of the best-known and best-loved stories of the Bible but doesn't shy away from harder to understand passages such as the story of Abraham's willingness to sacrifice Isaac in obedience to God. Each of the 366 entries includes a solid Scripture passage, a reflective meditation, and a prayer. It's appropriate for elementary age kids to read alone or for families to read together. Those who are looking for the perfect gift for special occasions and parents who want to jump-start a devotional time with their kids will appreciate this handsome and thoughtful book.
  • I thought it'd be more appropriate for my family, but not so much with 3 younger ones. Maybe when they're older.

  • This book is really good for families. I think anyone who is trying to teach their families about God and keep them centered in their life should get this book.

  • The authors developed this daily devotional for their own children who gave excellent feed back to them. It is thoughtful, well written, simple but not simplistic. Several times I did not fully agree with something they wrote and found their thoughts challenged me to think deeper and more fully. I've given this book to 5 or 6 parents who have grown in their own faith as well as using the book to share with their children. It is a great resource for parents wanting to interact with their children and be an intentional part of their faith development.

  • Very nice family devotional

  • My teen son and I try to "make time" for a lesson in this book as much as we can...it is very easy to follow and allows for a great discussion between us.

  • A good starting place for regular family devotions. Not very deep, but a good topic starter. aaa bbb ccc ddd

  • My daughter and grandson read this book together every night. He usually wants to read beyond the devotion for the day.

  • Absolutely wonderful devotional!!! Great for the family! Book as described, but even better! Have two girls, 8 & 10 years old and we love this book :)