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3-Minute Devotions for Boys - 90 Exciting Readings for Men Under Construction - cover

3-Minute Devotions for Boys - 90 Exciting Readings for Men Under Construction

Glenn Hascall

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Even active boys can make three minutes for God's Word-especially when it's presented in a fun, appealing package like 3-Minute Devotions for Boys. Created just for guys ages 8 to 12, this book offers 90 readings that speak directly to the interests, needs, and dreams of these &quote;men under construction&quote;-with plenty of fun references to sports, video games, machines, and all those things that boys enjoy. In three minutes' time, boys can 1) consider a relevant scripture selection; 2) read a devotional that explains God's Word in light of what boys experience in life; and 3) read a prayer designed to help them jump-start a conversation with God.

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