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This month, I received two new devotionals for my girls. The first one I’m going to share and giveaway is Every Day a Blessing: A Year of God’s Love. Intended for children ages 6-10, I would say that it’s pretty accurate. We use it every day before our Morning Prayer and my 3 year old doesn’t get much, but it sometimes leads to discussions with my almost 6 year old :).

The days are not numbered. Instead, there are devotions for each weekday, plus one on the weekend. Because it is intended for older readers, there are less pictures than in other devotionals we have. That doesn’t stop my 3 year old from browsing through it and losing our place :). Each devotion has a scripture verse and either a way to reflect on how God has blessed you or on a way you can be a blessing to others. It’s a great way to teach servant leadership without being preachy about it.

Every Day a Blessing would be an excellent gift for any child in your life. Perhaps in their Easter basket? The pages are really quality…very thick and sturdy, it should stand up to daily wear pretty well. It even has a ribbon to mark your page.

If you would like to win one, please use the Widget below.


Good luck!

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Jen S.

4 Comments on Every Day a Blessing Review & Giveaway {Tommy Mommy}

  1. Genevieve Y.
    27 January 2014 at 12:36 AM (6 years ago)

    My son made Valentine cards and passed them around to our neighbors.


  2. Barbara Blanton
    26 January 2014 at 9:20 PM (6 years ago)

    We use a part of their allowance to buy canned goods for the local food pantry once a month.


  3. coley r
    21 January 2014 at 4:34 PM (6 years ago)

    would love to use this with my los before bed to encourage them daily!


  4. Dreena Tischler
    14 January 2014 at 9:31 PM (6 years ago)

    This sounds good! Always looking for ways to further the kids relationships with God.
    Dreena Tischler´s last blog post ..Something from Nothing


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