Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional {Review & Giveaway}

I’m thrilled to bring you another awesome giveaway today!   I love bringing you reviews and giveaways of quality Christian material!  Today, I have a great children’s Bible and devotional that I’m excited to share with you and Moriah is, too!

We received our package and immediately dug in!  Moriah loves books and loved thumbing through it!  I’ve taken time each morning since receiving the Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional to read it with her during our breakfast time!

She loves all of the great pictures; especially the animals!

On Saturday morning we sat down and started to read and Moriah completely freaked out!  She was so upset that I was going to read it to her!  She wanted to hold it and look through it herself!  She’s become such a diva!

I specifically love that at the end of each story they share a devotional question that can be used to start conversation with your child!

Here’s what Tommy Nelson has to say about this great resource!

Read and Share Bedtime Bible & Devotional – by Gwen Ellis 
Easy to understand Bible stories and fun devotionals are the perfect way to send little ones to bed feeling safe and blessed!
*ages 4-7
*Bible storybook and devotional in one with colorful illustrations that enhance the stories and allow for easy reference to actual scripture
*More than 200 Bible stories & 50 devotionals that feature memory verses, songs, activities, prayers & discussion starters.

Today, one reader will win a copy of the Read and Share Bedtime Bible and Devotional!

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Disclodure: Thomas Nelson provided a copy of Read and Share Bedtime Bible & Devotional for me to review and keep.  All opinions are my own.  Tommy Nelson is responsible for shipping the item to the winner. 

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Christie is a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful little girls, a pastor's wife, and lover of Jesus. Her hope is that STC would be a source of encouragement for women all over the world!

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  1. says

    My grandson doesn’t have a favorite yet, because he’s too young. We play Bible verse lullabies for him and when he’s old enough, we’ll read him stories from a devotional, like this. Thanks!

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