From schoolwork to chores, this 28-day family devotional empowers kids to know how to glorify God in everything they do. Through daily Scripture readings, relatable stories, guided reflection, and prayer, families will learn how to work together and how to work with God.
This Kids Can! Family Devotional includes an activities section with discussions of related books and movies, suggestions for field trips, and activities to try at home. The activities are organized around each week''s theme:
Work and Me
Everyone Has Work to Do
It Hurts When No One Notices Your Work
Work at Home
Stop the Fuss over Chores
What''s Fair between Brothers and Sisters
Asking a Teacher for Help
Dealing with Difficult Teachers
How to Make New Friends
Work in the World
The Basics about Money (and Putting God First)
How to Make Difficult Money Decisions
Getting a Job
Each devotion is framed by a concern that real-life children might have about their work. Examples include: "I don''t want to work," "My teacher is mean," or "It''s not fair." Each of these felt needs is explored through a Scripture, a story, a commentary, discussion questions, and a prayer. The stories, though fictional, resemble the real work lives of children and parents.
4 Key Features of this 28-Day Family Devotional:
Full-Color Illustrated Interior. Eye-catching and visually stunning, these devotions are engaging.
28 Key Topics for 28 Days of Devotions. Enjoy having 4 weeks of important devotions on Bible values and life lessons like serving others, making friends at school, preparing for the working world, putting God before money, and more!
Interactive and Relevant. Filled with relatable stories, activities, and field trip suggestions, easily apply Bible lessons and Scripture to your everyday life.
Discussion Prompts. Relevant discussion prompts will get families talking about real-life issues like making smart money decisions, work ethic, and how to be a light in the school or office.
Softcover, age 5-10, 120 pages, 6 x 9 inches, ISBN 9781683072188.
About the Series
The mission of Theology of Work Project is to study what the Bible says about work and learn how to apply our faith to our work. We all have to work, but we can''t leave our faith at home. Our faith is a part of who we are. The Theology of Work Project gives insights on how to do our jobs better, improve relationships, and find value in our jobs.
Red Letter: No
Publish Date: 6/1/2019
Dimensions(W x H x L): 0.0" x 0.0" x 0.0"
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Author: Of Work Theology