The Plans I Have For You Devotional and Journal Review & Giveaway
From the time my children were in the womb, I’ve been reading God’s Word to them. As small children, we continued this tradition with nightly Bible stories. They have been taught at a young age to “hide the Word of God in their hearts”.
I was excited for the opportunity to review The Plans I Have For You Devotional and Journal by ZonderKidz.
About The Plans I Have For You Devotional
The devotional is an illustrated 90-day devotional written by bestselling children’s book author Amy Parker and illustrated by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, teaching and inspiring kids to dream about their future, to focus on faith, love, and joy, and recognize that God has a plan and purpose for each and every one of us.
Hardcover; 160 pages
Age Range: 8-12 years
About The Plans I Have For You Journal
The journal prompts creative thinking and exploration of the talents and personalities that make us special, and then helps explore how God may use our unique traits to spread love and joy and make the world a better place.
Stationary; 208 pages
Ange Range: 11-14 years
At first sight, I fell in love with the bright and bold colors of the devotional book. They are certainly eye catchy. My 12 year old son really enjoyed reading the devotional. Not a natural reader, he appreciated that the excerpts were short and gave him just enough to chew on for the day.
The journal questions really guide the child into deeper thinking about how the scripture applies to their own life. My son told me that the journal prompts really got him thinking more about each scripture and the promises of God for his life.
If you have a young child between the ages of 8-12, I would highly recommend adding both the devotional and the journal to his/her library.
I am thrilled to be able to offer a copy of both The Plans I Have For You Devotional and The Plans I Have For You Journal to one of my readers. To enter, just follow the prompts on the giveaway widget below. The giveaway will remain open until 9PM (Pacific) on Friday, January 28th and is open to readers in the U.S. and Canada.