I can use all the help I can get raising my kids to know and love Jesus. That’s why I’m glad to have resources from fellow moms to help me navigate faith with my kids.
Susan Shipe recently self-published a valuable resource that helps parents and kids learn about Jesus. She specifically highlights His commands and character in “52 Commands of Jesus for Children,” which also includes coloring pages with each weekly devotion. As an extra treat, Susan provides extra coloring pages as free downloads at her site.
About the book
This book is a 52-week devotion-journal for parents to use with their children. Each week teaches a command and character quality. Parents, use the scriptures and the questions to probe the deep things with your children, in your own style and convictions. All scripture is taken from the New Living Translation and most of the scriptures are quotes from Jesus Christ Himself.
About the author
As an 8 year old, Susan Chamberlain Shipe and her neighborhood friend wrote, edited, published, and distributed The Manor News. Things have changed since publishing with the five and dime stamp lettering set, but she’s still a writer. Today, Susan enjoys blogging and writing short devotions and short stories from her empty-nest home in the Appalachian Mountains of northwestern North Carolina, which she shares with her husband of 30-plus years, Lowell, and their beloved dog, Sam. Susan can be found musing several times a week at hopehearthome.com.
And Susan has graciously agreed to give away a copy to one of you! If you’re interested in entering to win, just leave a comment below about how you have helped your kids (or kids in your life) navigate faith. Resources and tips are welcomed. I’ll randomly choose a winner on Tuesday, June 20.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for being on the launch team.