Good Choices, Bad Choices and More Good Choices, Bad Choices Each book contains 40 devotional readings with scripture references and thinking further questions. They are produced as hardback books and aimed at children aged around 10 – 13 years of age.
The Bible teaches us that God always does what He says He will do. It is a great comfort to know, that God’s plans and purposes are not changed by men and women who make wrong or foolish choices. In a way that we cannot understand, God rules over everything, so that His promises are always fulfilled. From the first wrong choice made by Adam and Eve throughout the Bible we meet many people who chose well or who made foolish decisions. These books will help you to focus on God’s Word and His wisdom guiding you in your own day to day choices.
Boys Just Like Me and Girls Just Like You. Produced as small, padded, hardback gift books for children, these books each contain 50 short accounts of people in the Bible who trusted God. The books are designed to help children get to know more about people in the Bible and, as a result, about the Bible as a whole and the God Who these people put their trust in, and who He used in many different ways.
God’s Special Tent – The Story of the Tabernacle and What Came After. A4 size and 52 pages long, this book is part of the Christian Focus Activity for Kids Series. It centres on the Tabernacle of Old Testament times and includes a cut-out model of the Tabernacle which children can make for themselves. For further details, please click here.
Read with me published by Christian Focus Publications. This is a book of 365 Bible readings for parents (or grand-parents) to do with their children (roughly ages 4 -9). For further details click here.
Read with me is also available from the Tabernacle Bookshop –
“This is an unusually good book for families wanting to introduce the great benefit of daily Bible readings to their children. It does not follow the usual line of Bible story books which embellish the Word of God with words and pictures of their own. Instead it allows the Bible to speak for itself and simply summarises the important points in a clear and interesting manner. The author skilfully selects 365 Bible passages (of about 10 verses a day) to provide families with a thorough overview of the Bible.”