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The One Year Devotions for Kids #1 (One Year Book of Devotions for Kids) Paperback – October 7, 1993
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Also, reguarding the commet someone made about one of the Keys being about child molesting:
It's extremeley important for kids to know what to do if they are being molested. Thank God for literature that helps us teach or children what to do and role play what to say if this is something they ever face. And most molesting does happen by a family member, close friend of the family, or an older child who has contact with your child... so the kids need to know what to do to protect themselves. You need to have this discussion with your kids for their own sake. You never know the strangers your kids will face at school, church, etc. Having a brief 3-4 sentence discussion a couple times a year about this (beginning of each school year is a good time, going to camp, sleepover at someone's house) could prevent tremendous heartache in your child's life. The subject is uncomfortable to talk about but necessary. The Golden Learn About Living Book entitled "You Can Say 'No' A Book About Protecting Yourself" by Betty Boegehold is an excellent book about this subject.
Aside from the fact that this story is completely inappropriate for children, there is absolutely no connection between it and the quoted verse in Mathew 11: 28-30
We chucked our book in the garbage.
The other issue was that sometimes we just didn't agree with the book's take on something. One story suggested handing out tracts, which I don't feel is an effective way of reaching people. There seems to be a lot of focus on external behaviors and conforming to "Christian" culture. Another story asked whether God would be pleased with your choice of music and friends and made it sound as though you should only be spending time with other Christians. This doesn't sound to us like the Jesus who spent lots of time with sinners.
In the end, we have decided to seek out some other devotionals instead. We like Jesus Calling for Kids but are still looking for something in a story format. We'll keep looking!
Hats off to the Children's Bible Hour for a really neat devotional that kids can relate to.
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