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The Action Bible Anytime Devotions - 90 Ways to Help Kids Connect with God Anytime Anywhere - cover

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The Action Bible Anytime Devotions - 90 Ways to Help Kids Connect with God Anytime Anywhere

Sergio Cariello

Publisher: David C Cook

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As today’s kids face a culture of comparison, temptation, and bullying, they need to know God is with them and for them, and He has already proven His power to help them overcome. The Action Bible Anytime Devotions invites kids ages 8–12 to connect with God by exploring Bible truth and applying it to their real-world struggles—anytime, anywhere, and as often as they need encouragement. All-new original illustrations engage kids in vivid scenes from Bible stories, while each of the 90 devotions tackles a relevant topic such as anger, honesty, and identity. Every action verse, practical question, life application, and simple prayer helps build their faith in God and strengthen their character. So when they’re confronted with confusing issues or challenging choices, kids can count on God’s promises to hold true for them no matter what. Families who love The Action Bible will perfectly relate to The Action Bible Anytime Devotions as they dig deeper into God’s Word and experience the confidence that can only come from knowing and following Him.  

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