Poll: Do you do Family Devotions with your Kids/Teens

I want to poll all parents to find out if they do family devotions with their kids. If you do family devotions, would you mind sharing below in the comment section to let us know what curriculum, devotional book, or series you go through with your kids?

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Josh is the connections pastor of the Oakleaf campus of Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL. Before that, Josh had been a mentor and pastor to students for 10 years. Josh is passionate about empowering church leaders to make a difference. Josh and his wife Abby have two children. You can connect further with Josh on this blog or send him a direct email at joshhevans@gmail.com.

8 thoughts on “Poll: Do you do Family Devotions with your Kids/Teens

  1. Right now we are doing Veggie Tales Daily Devotions for Little Girls. It has great discussion questions for us to talk about as a family. I also have “I’m A Christian Now What” from LifeWay Kids a devotional and journal book for kids that I plan to go through with Claire this summer. Of course Claire participates in the Word of Life Gopher Buddies Quiet Time but honestly it is a little too simple for Claire’s age now.

    1. Sounds like great recommendations for sure Kim. Thanks for sharing. We are looking at getting things started with Lynlee, and I was curious as to what others do for small children.

      Thanks again.


  2. Since our boys are both young, 6 & 3 years old, we use children’s Bible story books that we read from each night. We make sure to look for different children’s Bibles that include the crucifixion since we found several that excluded that from the book. Each night we talk about the story we’ve just read and ask the boys what it means to them personally. We want them to understand that God is relevant to them now, even at such young ages.

      1. We started when Jadon (who is 6 now) was around 2 or 3. The first Bibles we used for him were written in the forms of short, concise poems; that way we were able to keep his attention. Now we are using those Bibles for Levi since he is still a toddler (he won’t be three until September).

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