Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Children's Book Review and Giveaway: Bedtime Devotions with Jesus by Johnny Hunt

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this ebook, free of charge,from Tommy Nelson, for review purposes, and giveaway purposes, on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it





Synopsis; 

Trustworthy devotional moms and dads can use to make bedtime family time, faith time.
After the busyness of the day is done, before your child nods off to sleep, snuggle up to read God’s Word and daily reminders about how much He loves and takes care of usBedtime Devotions with Jesus is a collection of prayers and devotions written by pastors, pastor’s wives, children’s ministers, and other church leaders. In this book are valuable lessons on such topics as thankfulness, obedience, trusting God, being kind, loving others, and many more. God’s Word comes alive using simple language, and the devotions are featured with delightful illustrations of teddy bears. This book will teach children ages 4–8 the value and joy of spending time with God every day.
Each devotional includes a scripture, a brief devotional reading, a prayer, and a meaningful takeaway that helps children build a strong foundation of faith. This is the first children’s book in the hugely popular MyDaily Devotional line. Devotionals for adults in the My Daily series have sold more than 173,000 copies.

Review:

Aimed at kids ages 4-8, this is a lovely devotional, that really helps kids to understand how bible teachings apply to them in real life, and how those same teachings can bring them comfort in times of duress. I love how the book relates to typical 'kid' situations, like not always liking siblings or their actions, and helps kids to understand their feelings about them, as well as to offer advice. The daily devotionals would be great for after dinner family time discussions and shared bible study as well. They are also a great way to get your child to talk about similar things that they had occur at school or with friends, to get them to open up about their day and feelings. We can't recommend it enough,


About the Author:

Dr. Johnny Hunt is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Georgia. He is a sought after speaker who holds conferences each year for men, senior adults, and youth. He is the president of Timothy Barnabas Ministry designed to encourage pastors and their wives. Devotionals by Johnny Hunt include The One Year Devotional Prayer BookThe One Year Devotional Prayer Book Vol. 2Pathway to Discipleship, and Walk Through the Word.


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Giveaway:

One BTHM reader will win their own copy of this adorable book!
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10 comments:

  1. My niece and nephew pay more attention at nighttime devotions. They get to thank God for all they did during the day (friends, family, being safe,etc).

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  2. My daughter pays attention better at night!

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  3. Before bed at night we say prayers and then sing songs to help think happy thoughts before sleep.

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  4. Before bed at night we say prayers and then sing songs to help think happy thoughts before sleep.

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  5. It's pretty equal morning or night.

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  6. Prayers for family before bed.

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  7. I think they pay more attention to devotions at bedtime.
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  8. They pay more attention to devotions at night time when they calm down and get ready for bed.

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  9. I think night time devotions are better because there is less of a rush than in the morning.

    Nancy
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  10. Pleasant and happy thoughts are best at bedtime.

    Nancy
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