Friday, August 28, 2015

Book Review: Believe Kids' Edition by Randy Frazee

Believe Kids' Edition by Randy Frazee is a devotional that explains how the Bible is not just stories but that the Bible is to be used as a "blueprint for living" Believe Kids' Edition by Randy Frazee contains 30 devotions divided into three sections: Think, Act and Be. These three sections answer the questions: What do I believe?, What should I do? and Who am I becoming? I like the New International Reader's Version because its not a paraphrased story, it is actual scripture. I like the  uniform layout of each devotion. Each devotion has five sections. The Keys section which focuses on the key question, the key idea and the key verse. Think About It section talks about the belief that is being discussed and its importance. Introduction section sets up the Scripture guiding the reader. Core Truths section is in blue text focusing on the Scripture and why that particular Scripture was chosen to answer the question asked. Discussion Question section is at the end of each devotion to help kids dive more into the Scripture and how the Bible impacts out lives. The cover is beautiful and immediately draws the reader in to learn about Jesus. The font and illustrations are simple and easy on the reader's eyes. As I read Believe Kids' Edition by Randy Frazee I was personally drawn to read it to my own children and I strongly recommend it to anyone looking for a family devotional that is strongly grounded on Biblical truth.

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