Thursday, July 25, 2013

Grow in Your Walk with God Everyday *Review & Giveaway



For moms with kids in school, the most hectic months of the year are usually September and May. The end of the school year involves parties, playoffs, and final projects. The beginning of the year has moms and kids feeling overloaded with shopping trips, sign-ups, and new schedules.
Establishing healthy, positive routines is a tough job. Too often, music lessons, sports practices, and after-school clubs can overshadow the routines that build family and healthy habits—both physically and spiritually. 

One of the great new Adventures in Odyssey products released this year is 90 Devotions for Kids, aimed at kids 8 to 12.  This soft-cover book draws you in with illustrations, puzzles, and kid-friendly applications. It also includes a daily Bible verse, daily challenges, words of encouragement from different AIO characters, and more. Even if your kids aren’t already Adventures in Odyssey fans, they’ll enjoy these daily devotionals, and get to know the Odyssey crew along the way. 

This devotional, and the edition coming this fall 90 Devotions for Kids: Life Changing Valuesfrom the Book of Matthew) are great tools to help your kids put a regular pause in their day for Bible reading, prayer, and thoughts about God. If you start now—by the first day of school, you’ll already have a spiritual component scheduled into your kids’ routine. After that, everything else will hopefully just fall into line! 

FREE download of an excerpt from 90 Devotions for Kids, downloadable from this private link: http://www.tyndale.com/blog/index.php/aio-90-devotions-for-kids/



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12 comments:

  1. Since number two was born (over a year ago) we haven't had much of a routine. I would like to get one established in regards to our whole day. I want to include regular nap/down time, prayer time, plan out lunches in advance etc, just to make everything easier for everyone!

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  2. getting up and moving in the morning without such a struggle. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  3. Id love for them to get in the routine of picking up after themselves

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  4. My four year old is starting Kinder so I am hoping to get a smooth morning routine for her.

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  5. School...my granddaughter is starting school for the first time and my grandson will be home schooling for the first time. Big changes and a routine will be very important.

    Sherry Compton
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  6. I want to get my kids in a routine of helping with chores more, and having some sit down learning time. :) ~Lynda

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  7. We would like to get back to our reading every night routine and smooth transition routines for before and after school.

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  8. I definitely want to keep up a reading routine with my boys and also a piano practice routine.

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  9. Hopefully being more consistent doing our family devotions!

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  10. I'm hoping to be more consistent from day-to-day...getting up at the same time, morning hygiene, breakfast, off to school, home - chores, dinner, devotions, evening hygiene, bed.

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  11. Regular bed times. With all of the activities it doesn't happen. We have gotten great at going to church on Sunday but need to get more serious doing daily devotions together.

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  12. Regular Reading. My oldest son doesn't like to do his nightly reading!

    Samantha D

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