This immensely popular Bible was designed uniquely for boys ages 8 – 12.
First the features of this Bible will draw your boy in like a magnet. For example the ‘Gross’ feature highlights Bible facts that keep boys coming back for more.
More importantly though all of the features were written to help your guys grow from boys to men, physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. They will see what a man of God is and learn how to get there.
This is also an ideal Bible to use when transitioning your boys from a Bible Storybook to a whole text Bible. When used with the devotional books for boys in this same series (Bible Heroes and Bad Guys and others) you have a powerful combination to help them stay interested and make the transition.
This book was designed to help parents transition their kids from a Bible Storybook to a whole text Bible.
If you have children ages 8 – 12 and you want them to be reading their Bible and praying this books for you.
Some devotionals supplement the Bible and can be read on their own. This book avoids that and instead directs children to and through the Bible and in prayer.
This little book has helped tens of thousands of children start the journey of their own personal Time With God.
This Bible Storybook was specifically designed to help Christian Parents establish their young children in the habit of regular prayer and Bible reading.
In about 12 minutes you can read the captivating story, ask your child the question supplied to stimulate conversation and pray through your regular nightly prayers along with the one supplied.
This is not just another Bible Storybook. It teaches your child what the Bible is and how we should use it. It tells the whole story of God’s Word, focuses on Jesus and their salvation and helps them learn what the Bible says about how we are to live.
Recommended for children under eight years old, best for children ages 3 – 8. Buy Now
This best-selling whole text Bible is ideal for curious 6 – 9 year olds. Over 500 real questions that children actually asked with answers from the Bible and winsome illustration are appropriately placed throughout the Bible text to draw your child in.
This Bible is ideal when used in combination with the Amazing Questions Kids Ask books as a Bible/devotional combination that will help you move your child from a Bible Storybook to a whole text Bible when the time is right.
The Jason & Max characters and the Q&A format are common in both resources so that as your child moves back and forth both a seamless continuity and your child’s interest are maintained.
My first two children were girls. I had a wonderful time and spent many hours reading Bible stories to my first daughter which, for the most part she attentively listen to.
The things I learned with my first helped me get a head start with my second daughter. It was a different experience because she’s a different girl but for the most part it was easy to stay on the track that I started on with my first. This Christian dad was in the groove.
Then my son was born and in his younger years much of what I had learned worked but when he got a little older it was like starting all over. Many times what had worked wonderfully with the girls did not even register with my boy. So I pressed into prayer asking God for help and wisdom and slowly but surely the seemingly obvious started to sink in. So here is some sound parenting advice, boys and girls are different and they learn differently.
Before I make some suggestions, let me briefly blog about why getting the right Bible for your children in this age group is so incredibly important.
Once we are Christians, the foundation for building our relationship with God is regular time in the Bible and in prayer. Yet how many of us as adults, struggle with this?
My daughter was seventeen when she told me that her and several Christian friends were talking about their time with God and most of them said that they had a real struggle with it. My daughter went on to say that she had not realized that people struggled with this.
If our children are guided through the process of developing a relationship with God progressively, from sitting on our knee right up to doing it on their own, they establish a habit and a relationship that is easy to maintain and difficult to walk away from.
I probably get asked this question and ones like it more often than any other question.
When I first started developing Bibles for children it was in response to the frustration I experienced over the years when trying to find Bibles that I could use with my own children.
At first the publishers I went to with my ideas responded by telling me the market was already glutted with Bible Storybooks.
They were shocked to hear me tell them that unfortunately many of them are useless when it comes to teaching children the Bible.
Let me pass on to you what we should be looking for in a Bible for our kids and why.
I think the first thing we need to ask is what is God’s purpose for the Bible. In a nutshell, the Bible reveals God’s story and plan for humankind, it focuses on God’s salvation plan and brings us to Jesus and it teaches us how to live as Christians.