Kids are very curious. They have lots of questions about the world, how things are made, and why things are the way they are. 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids by Kathryn Slattery gives kids answers to those questions! My 11 year old son has lots of questions about things in the Bible, so this book is just what we need.
365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids Book Description
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How do I know the Bible is true? What does it mean when the Bible talks about the kingdom of God? How can God be three persons at the same time? Help the kids in your life find answers to the questions they ask and deepen their faith along the way with 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids, a unique daily devotional full of biblical answers to curious questions about God, the Bible, and Christian faith.
365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids is a tremendous tool for every Christian home! Through a daily devotional, questions about God, the Bible, and faith are answered in a loving way that points children to God’s plan and His love. Parents will appreciate the thorough research and accuracy for this wide range of theological, historical, and faith topics. In addition to faith topics, this devotional addresses topics such as Christian traditions, the historic growth of Christianity, how to become a Christian, and what it means to be a Christian in today’s world. A helpful and complete index of questions includes the following topics: time; God; God’s promises; Jesus; God’s Holy Spirit; the Bible; the Old Testament; the New Testament; Christianity; prayer; the Church; Christian seasons, holidays, and traditions; being a Christian here and now; and eternity.
Each devotion is written so that it can be read and enjoyed on its own at any time, and many include a “Want to know more?” cross-referencing section at the bottom of the devotional for the extra-curious child who wants to learn more.
365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids will help you nurture and grow your child’s faith, as well as naturally and gently, day by day, grow the child’s knowledge about what it means to be a Christian.
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My 11 Year Old’s Opinion of 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids
This was my son’s favorite devotion page from 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids. He thought, “It’s interesting that the first person to recognize Jesus was an unborn baby.” It was neat that he picked this page as his favorite, because it’s also one of my favorites. I just think it’s so awesome how much a baby does while it’s growing in the womb!
My son said he liked this book overall because, “It’s interesting and makes me think.” I’m glad that’s why he liked it and I’m sure the author would be glad too. Part of her reason for writing this book was “to help extra-curious kids dig deeper.”
My Opinion of 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids
From the very beginning, it’s clear that this book was written with kids in mind. Instead of an intro. written to the parents, like in most kids books, this one starts with a letter to the reader. The reader is the kids! The author writes the letter to tell them more about what they’re going to learn in this book. She suggests to them when it would be a good time to read it, and goes into details about how the book is structured. One of my favorite things is that she tells them it’s okay to skip a day or more because, “God is patiently waiting for you.” My other favorite part is her “P.S.” where she tells the kids she’s praying for them. How nice to have a devotional written by an author who genuinely cares about her readers!
Each day of the devotional starts with a question. It’s a question that kids usually ask.
Under the question is a verse that gives the answer to that question.
Then, there’s the devotion which explains in more detail, the answer to the question.
After that, is a prayer. I usually read all the above to my son (even though he can read, I cherish the fact that he’ll still let me read to him at night). He likes to pray the prayer.
On some of the days, there’s a “Want to know more” at the end. It directs the kids to another day where there’s a related question. That way if they’re still curious and want more of an answer, they know where to look.
This was another one of my favorite pages from 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids. I love singing, so the fact that Mary’s response to Elizabeth is a beautiful praise song, is just awesome! Anytime I need to cry out to God, either in praise or despair, I like to sing. So, I totally understand why Mary had to do the same thing.
At the very end of the book, is an “Index of Questions.” It is organized by topic. For example, one of the topics is “Time.” Under that heading are the questions in the book that relate to time, along with the day of the devotion. I think this is really neat because if a kid is curious about a certain subject, they can use the index to look it up.
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