Jul 22, 2013

Grow your walk with God with Adventures in Odyssey and a Giveaway too!

This is the final post on Mom Loves 2 Read about the  Adventures in Odyssey 's Summer of Service Challenge - The July theme is Grow in your walk with God every day, and includes a wonderful giveaway of the book: 90 Devotions for Kids!
So much fun!

Adventures in Odyssey, the beloved audio series from Focus on the Family, has encouraged kids toward a stronger faith for 25 years. Whit, Connie, Eugene, and the other loveable characters from Odyssey have shared countless adventures with kids across the world in the classic audio dramas, books, videos, and devotionals, fulfilling the AIO promise to help kids discover, imagine, and grow. 




Blog Guest Post: ACTS
For moms with kids in school, the most hectic months of the year are usually September and May. The end of the school year involves parties, playoffs, and final projects. The beginning of the year has moms and kids feeling overloaded with shopping trips, sign-ups, and new schedules.

Establishing healthy, positive routines is a tough job. Too often, music lessons, sports practices, and after-school clubs can overshadow the routines that build family and healthy habits—both physically and spiritually. 

One of the great new Adventures in Odyssey products released this year is 90 Devotions for Kids, aimed at kids 8 to 12.  This soft-cover book draws you in with illustrations, puzzles, and kid-friendly applications. It also includes a daily Bible verse, daily challenges, words of encouragement from different AIO characters, and more. Even if your kids aren’t already Adventures in Odyssey fans, they’ll enjoy these daily devotionals, and get to know the Odyssey crew along the way. 

This devotional, and the edition coming this fall (90 Devotions for Kids: Life Changing Values from the Book of Matthew) are great tools to help your kids put a regular pause in their day for Bible reading, prayer, and thoughts about God. If you start now—by the first day of school, you’ll already have a spiritual component scheduled into your kids’ routine. After that, everything else will hopefully just fall into line! 


Here is a FREE download of an excerpt from 90 Devotions for Kids so you can check out this wonderful Devotional for kids!

For more information and to read my personal review of 90 Devotions for Kids  - Click HERE


And now for the FUN - The GIVEAWAY!
One reader of this blog will win a copy of 90 Devotions for Kids - US only age 18+ please.


Mom Loves 2 Read is not responsible for prize - prize shipment usually takes 6 - 8 weeks after all contests end.

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7 comments:

  1. My 14 yo was just on a mission trip in Colorado.

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  2. I have 3 little ones so our options are limited, but I do help with Sunday school and VBS at our church.

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  3. We helped with VBS...my kids even helped (oh, they were so hoping for something fun and they got folding sheets...but hey, it was what was needed).

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  4. I taught at vbs and my kids helped decorate. We have given pb and j, water and school supplies to our local mission
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com Merry

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  5. I praise the Lord for children like Matthew who used his God-given talents to serve not only his local church but other para-church organizations for God's glory. I pray for the influence of AIO to touch the hearts of my grandchildren that they would have a desire to serve others in the strength of Christ.

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  6. I serve as the teacher of the 8-10 year olds in my church.

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  7. I lead worship at my church - so that's where I serve!

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