Giveaway: The One Year Devotions for Kids

One Year Devotion for Kids, TheAfter an extremely mild start to our winter, New England finally realized it’s winter and sent us “blizzard 2016.” I’ve been thoroughly enjoying a quite day sprawled in front of our fire reading. Are any of you snowbound and reading good books? I just finished Rise by Rachel Starr Thomson. Now I’m ready for a nap (or maybe I’ll watch one of the movies I got for Christmas). But first, I want to share with you the winner of last week’s giveaway and announce which devotional I’m giving away this week!

Last week I was giving away A Closer Look at the Evidence, by Richard & Tina Kleiss. The winner of that giveaway is…

Spencer R.

Congratulations, Spencer! I’m sure that you (and maybe Hanna too!) will enjoy this one. I’ll email you to get your mailing address.

This week I’m giving away* a collection of childhood favorites. When I was young, my family used Keys for Kids for our family devotions. The One Year Devotions for Kids is 365 of the devotional stories and “key lessons” that I grew up on. Just click on the image below to enter for your chance to win this devotional.**

One Year Devotions [Giveaway]

*Giveaway can only be shipped in the continental United States.
**Used Copy

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  1. conniepsaunders

     /  January 23, 2016

    I really liked 365 Read-Aloud Bedtime Bible Stories.

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    • That looks like a great book for a young family’s library! I’m going to keep it filed away as a potential baby shower gift. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Um, yeah, we do have a reputation of reading each other’s books, don’t we? 🙂

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  3. I don’t remember having a specific childhood devotional, but non-fiction Christian book? I liked a lot of missionary stories! 🙂

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    • Me too! My favorites were Gladys Aylward, Mary Slessor, and George Muller. Did you read the Benge’s books?

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      • I think I may have read one or so. We had the Heroes of the Faith series (that’s what I mainly remember reading).

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