Monday, March 2, 2020

PJ Time: 100 Devotions to Light Up the Night by Thomas Nelson Publishing & illustrated by Ela Smietanka

My thoughts:  Adorable! Beautifully written devotionals for young children through middle elementary. Challenging, yet simple.

You can use a devotional book with children at any time of day or night. But just before tucking them in for the evening sets their mind and heart to gently sleep with some of their last waking thoughts being on the God of Creation and Jesus their Savior.

A variety of versions of Scripture are utilized in this book with the primary version being the International Children's Bible. Personally, I would prefer that the King James Version be used, but God's Word will stand the test of time.

Opportunity for thoughtful discussion and application is provided at the close of each two-page devotional in the "Shine Your Light Into the Night" section. And a short applicable prayer is provided to guide their thoughts and heart toward God.

An adorable, applicable, and appropriate little devotional sized just right for young children. I recommend.

About the book: This delightful devotional for boys and girls ages 4-8 will give kids a fun way to close out the day. Each of the 100 bedtime devotions includes a fascinating topic that explores the wonders that happen at night: sleeping otters holding hands, the moon's glow, multiplying bubbles at bath time, and saying good night to God. Paired with the devotions are simple prayer starters that will help children learn to talk to God about their specific triumphs, struggles, and questions. Each entry includes cheerful illustrations and a final reflection on how to act out Jesus' love and truth. PJ Time is a wonderful way to help kids settle down in their favorite PJs, spend time with God, and fall asleep in His peace.

Snuggle up with your kids as they have fun, grow in their faith, and settle down for peaceful sleep knowing that God is always awake.

 5 Winners will be selected on 03/25/2020

DISCLOSURE: I was provided a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.

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