“Duck Commander Devotions for Kids” book review

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My Thoughts-
“Duck Commander Devotions for Kids” by By Korie Robertson & Chrys Howard

With three children we are always looking for great ways to share the Word of God. As well as finding ways to put God in our lives in a practical manner. As family we are also all HUGE fans for Duck Dynasty and the Robertson family. So when I heard their was a new devo out, “Duck Commander Devotions for Kids”, I couldn’t wait to get it and start reading it with my kids.

Each devotion are two pages long. They have a title, a Bible verse, a story, a short prayer and a “Duck Commander in Action”. The pages also have cute little illustrations to go with each lesson. The stories in each lesson are true stories from the Robertson family. An added bonus to the book is a built in ribbon bookmark, that way you can always from the lesson you are ready to read.

I’m going to use the first devotion for my example. The title of the devo is “Words to Waterproof”. The Bible verse for the lesson is Proverbs 16:24 (talking about using kind words will be helpful to a happy life). The story is about Bella and her use of a pacifier. She doesn’t want to give it up until one day she realizes without it she can have her voice heard. The prayer that goes with the lesson asks God to give us words to bless others and to not hurt them. The “Duck Commander in Action” challenges us to use kind words to those we meet. They compare kind words to waterproofing our boots, kind words can help roll off the not so nice words from others later.

I think “Duck Commander Devotions for Kids” is not only for kids but perfect for families. Our family will be reading each lesson at dinner time. The discussion on each devo will help us grow to be better people and grow as a family in God. Each lesson is easy to read and follow along with. The challenges are practical and attainable for children to do, yet great for us adults to follow along to as well.

I would recommend this book to every Christian home. It’s perfect for family devotion time. My kids like it and I’m sure yours will too.


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