Monday, April 23, 2012

Spirit Figher Review and Giveaway

Spirit Fighter – Percy Jackson, move over! Jonah Stone is here!
*ages 9-12
*An exciting adventure that brings spiritual warfare to life for kids in a way that is safe, trustworthy, and solidly based in Scripture
*Stands out from a sea of too dark titles that deal with the supernatural in ways that often makes parents uncomfortable

Read a Sample Here   
My 16 year old reviewed this book for me. He loved it. He reads a lot of adult books on Spiritual Warfare from some of the greats and he thought this was a great introduction to spiritual warfare. It had a unique way of combining the spiritual world and physical world. 

-What verses have you taught your children to lean on when they come across difficulties?
-Would you allow your tween to read a fiction book about spiritual warfare if it opened up the door to more Biblically based discussions in the future?

Enter to win by leaving your name and email in a comment along with the answer to one of the 2 questions above. USA only. Entries close May 4 at midnight. 
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  1. So good to have a clean book on this subject for the younger readers.

  2. I passed along Hebrews 13:6 to my children.
    The Lord is my helper and I shall not fear what man will do unto me.

  3. I think this is one of the best verses to lean on that I have taught my daughter.

    The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm 27:1

    April K.

  4. Yes, I would allow my tween to read a fiction book about spiritual warfare. I am always on the lookout for ways to naturally have bibically based discussions with the children.

    I taught my children Psalm 46:1:
    God is our refuge and strength, an ever present help in trouble.


  5. Yes, I would allow my tween to read a book about spiritual warfare. I think anything that can inspire them to ask questions and encourage them to think about their relationship with God is a great tool. It's a great opportunity to start a conversation with your child and get to hear their thoughts/views on things. That is so hard to do when they get to be tweens/teens!

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!
    draoi7383 @

  6. Yes, I would allow my tween to read a book about spiritual warfare. I would love for them to follow their own path and ask questions to gain the knowledge to lead them to make the correct choices for their life.
    helldog3 at