The Very Best, Hands-On, Kinda Dangerous Family Devotions, Volume 1: 52 Activities Your Kids Will Never Forget
  • The Very Best, Hands-On, Kinda Dangerous Family Devotions, Volume 1: 52 Activities Your Kids Will Never Forget
  • The Very Best, Hands-On, Kinda Dangerous Family Devotions, Volume 1: 52 Activities Your Kids Will Never Forget
ISBN: 0800735552
EAN13: 9780800735555
Language: English
Release Date: May 21, 2019
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The remedy to ho-hum, not-again, Do we have to? family devotions

Regular family devotions are important. Unfortunately, they're often . . . boring. But what if devotions looked less like sitting still and listening to someone read and more like, say, electrocuting a pickle? Or converting a leaf blower into a toilet paper launcher? Or lighting toothpaste on fire?

These hands-on, kinda dangerous, totally unforgettable object lessons (along with nearly fifty others) are not only more fun than other family devotions--they actually deliver the spiritual impact you desire for your kids. So put away the flannelgraph, get out the safety goggles, and start bringing the truths of Scripture to vivid life in your household. Just remember to change out of your Sunday clothes first.


Practical, hands-on, engaging, and easy-to-use family devotions. This is a must-have for a parent's devotional library!--Danny Huerta, MSW, LCSW, vice president of parenting and youth at Focus on the Family and family therapist

Get ready to zap, laugh, explore, explode, build, slime, slide, and think new thoughts with those kids you love so much.--Jay Payleitner, national speaker and bestselling author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and What If God Wrote Your Bucket List?

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   Impractical activities
The first involves modifying a leaf blower. The writer assumes that everyone has a leaf blower and that everyone owns the mechanical ability to modify it. The worst activity is, however, when the writer a parent asks to contact a funeral home to set up a tour of the facilities, including the casket room. The writer says it would be a bonus for children to see the room where the bodies are prepared. All this for an object lesson on pornography? I would prefer not to discuss my children's nightmares to give them sex. Not to mention that I would probably have DHR called on me if I contacted a funeral home and asked my children to take a tour. And it is disrespectful for the families of the deceased to have children running and gawking around. Merciless, but no thanks.
 
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   Lists of work and could get spendy
The very first tells you to change your leaf blower for the activity. As a stay-at-home schooling mom of three kiddos, this was too much work for me.
 
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   Awesome Family Devotionals
This book of the devotionals absolutely loves. Our youth use them at home during the pandemic and discussion then occurs online.
 
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   Fun for all
Well.. the lessons may be a little long for some of our kiddos'attention spans, the activities are spot on! The electrocution of the pickle has been the best hit so far. I am certain that many of these lessons will provide memories for years to come.
 
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   You should totally get this.
I love this book ''. We are in week five and preparing for week six. It does require a little preparation, but not as much as I thought it would. I have put some money into it, but you wouldn t have to spend. You could borrow money or make due with things you have. I think it would be ideal for older children, but my nearly eight and nearly twelve year old look forward to it every week, as do my husband and myself. I'm grateful that I gave this one a chance and grateful for the author sharing his ideas and experience. I like it so much, I bought one for my brother, and will probably give some more as presents. , ''
 
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   So good!
As the father of two eight and nine year old boys, he is always looking for ways to lead them through family devotions and keep their attention.
 
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   Super fun devotional.
The book is enjoyed. Like I am probably not going to buy a leaf blower as awesome as that is! We don 't have this in the budget.
 
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