Heavens Bible Giveaway!

Heavens Bible review and giveawayI love giving away books- you might have guessed! 😉  But I really love giving away Bibles.  Because my hope and prayer is that the person receiving the Bible will love it as much as I love mine.

Today the Bible up for giveaway would be the perfect gift for your future rocket scientist! Or any other space lover from about ages 7 to 11.  Written at a third grade level, this Bible is a full-text International Children’s Bible designed with stunning images from the Hubble Space Telescope.  Pretty cool, huh?

24 of the pages contain full color photos and the book includes a presentation page, maps, dictionary, concordance, and special articles. One of my personal favorite features of this Bible is the page for a favorite verse.  I can’t remember having a favorite verse as a child- I wish I could.  So I’m excited for my Samuel to choose one and write it in on this page!

Speaking of Samuel, he said that his favorite special feature is the section on “What The Bible Says About Space.”  I have to admit that it is pretty cool! 😉

Since it’s Friday, this giveaway will be open for the weekend- just in case you’re a bit busy and need a little more time to enter.  Just follow the Rafflecopter to heads toward the Milky Way and I’ll see you on Monday! (If you want to purchase the Heavens Bible, CLICK HERE.)

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Psalm 8:3&4

Disclosure: The product was given to me by the publisher. All opinions are my own. Disclosure: This site may be compensated if a purchase is made.

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  1. That is a cool bible! I have a nephew that would love that! It would definitely get him more interested in Bible reading, and wanting to know more about God..

  2. My son isn’t quite old enough to understand certain concepts regarding sciences (as he’s only six), so much of his foundation is our explanation to him that God created everything. We’re believers in intelligent design theory and he’s seen numerous videos and documentaries supporting the view that God is the maker of all.

  3. We believe and teach that God created everything and that is how we roll in our home 🙂
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. We haven’t really talked about it, but I will be telling them that not everyone believe the same thing about creation.

  5. Oh how my son would adore this.

  6. This looks like a great Bible that my children would love! I’ve really been encouraged by your site too 🙂

  7. I haven’t really discussed it with them… yet. They are only 5 and 6 right now. This would be a great gift for when my son turns 7, I think he would love it!

  8. My 9 year old boy would love this! He says whatever he decides to do in life it will be something in science. He loves it. I have discussed a bit about what the world of science believes of creation and how we believe God created the world, even if He did cause the big bang to do it. That is just one theory we explained could be it, but no matter how God chose to create the world and life, it is fact that He did it. Would love to give this bible to him, especially since he has been using mine to read and is in need of a bible of his own. Thanks for showing me a great new bible that could help peak his love for God’s word!

  9. Sherri Jackson says:

    Teaching creation vs. evolution….I just explained to my children that some scientists don’t believe God created the earth and the skies but I explained that God was the reason for our being here according to the Bible’s teachings and that is the true development of our existence.

  10. Sherri Jackson says:

    I subscribed to your blog under a different email address than the one on the contest: [email protected].. Thanks!

  11. (sorry, I didnt see the whole thing on what to post about so please delete my previous comment)

    oh my hubs and i would both love this, even for ourselves!! we don’t have kids yet, so the discussion hasn’t really come up. Hubs believes in assisted evolution (everything took the millions of years, but God played a heavy hand in manipulating things, like he would start with one thing, and keep tweaking it until it was perfect) so I will probably end up teaching that to any children God blesses us with, as well as explaining WHY Daddy believes that, and that not all Christians believe it. That some believe it was exactly in 7 days. I would then point to Paul’s writing in Roman 14 and explain that no matter what a fellow Christian believes, we need to recognize that they are doing their best to worship God, and that if we agree on the fundamentals, God created the world through whatever means, and then later sent His son to die for our sins and be our Savior because of His great love for us, a part of His creation, then it would make better sense to “aim for harmony in the church and try to build each other up.” (Romans 14:19 NLT)

  12. That is a cool bible! I have a nephew that would love that! It would definitely get him more interested in bible reading.

  13. VeronicaS says:

    This looks awesome. I only have a 2yo, so don’t know who I’d give it to, but I could always save it for any other children as well. (or use it for myself so I have pretty pictures to look at)

  14. As a science major, I understand science and how science has shown the beginning of the world/evolution. I love how knowing science and evolution helps me to realize that God is outside of time and so 1 day in Genesis may be 3million years. God is above all and knows all and it’s important to see that the Bible is truth.

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