It’s a new year and even your children and preteens need a fresh start with their goals and their relationship with Jesus. Have you thought about getting a new devotional and journal for them? We recently were given The Plans I Have Made for You Devotional and Journal for review! Princess will most likely be the one to use this item but I also asked for Eldest’s opinion as well.
Princess says: “I like how colorful and bright the pictures are in the devotion book. The journal looks like it would be fun to us. These books would make a nice present for someone aged 10-12.”
Eldest says: “I liked the artwork it was very different. It was eye-catching and fun. I think the contents of the devotionals would be uplifting.”
The devotional is an illustrated 90-day devotional written by bestselling children’s book author Amy Parker and illustrated by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, teaching and inspiring kids to dream about their future, to focus on faith, love, and joy, and recognize that God has a plan and purpose for each and every one of us. Age Range: 8-12 years
The journal prompts creative thinking and exploration of the talents and personalities that make us special, and then helps explore how God may use our unique traits to spread love and joy and make the world a better place. Age Range: 11-14 years
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