Princess Bible Giveaway

The winner of the Princess Bible is:

Melinda T!! Check your email. 🙂 Hope your sweet girl enjoys to the fullest.

Since the day we opened this Bible last week, my sweet Tarah, who is 3 yrs. old, has not gone a single night without sleeping with it!

The old mommy in me might have made her place it somewhere special so that it doesn’t get ruined.  (crazy!)

But you know what I love?  The fact that she’s probably going to get this Bible all dirty from dragging it around everywhere with her,and it will be well-worn.  A sign of love.

And my hope is that drive will carry on throughout her life…that every Bible she owns will always be well-worn, never sitting on the shelf collecting dust.

Tonight before she went to sleep, after prayers, she said, “Mommy, I want to read my Bible.” She’s only 3; she can’t read just yet.  But she is loving every second we read to her and she is learning what the words mean. She’ll be “reading” in no time.

God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible by Sheila Walsh is Storybook format and includes actual International Children’s Bible® text.

I know you want to win one of these Bibles for the princess in your life!  So if you’ll leave a comment with the best way you’ve found to establish a routine devotional time for your children or an idea you have to accomplish that goal, you’ll be entered to win!

Giveaway open until Wednesay, July 25,2012, 11 pm.

Disclosure: Product provided by Tommy Nelson in exchange for review.  All opinions are my own.

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  1. Amber Smith says:

    We have our designated devotional times each evening but I also take cues from incidents that happen daily in our lives that require some thought or reflection on how we acted and what we could have done differently. I find these times bring some of the most profound and memorable talks about Jesus and how we can walk in His footsteps.

  2. I love reading these comments. Honestly, we need to be more consistent with our devotionals. These are great suggestions.

  3. My daughter (6) and I find time to do devotional before bedtime. She loves reading and enjoys the Bible too. It is our special time together sharing and learning more about God and His love for us. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a special book… daughter is all princess.

  4. Melissa Copeland says:

    Our church sells flash cards that have a picture on one side and a scripture that corresponds on the other side. We talk through one each night and try to do the same one for a week to remember it.

  5. MichelleH says:

    We just do it. We read, have children read to us, discuss what we’ve read. We don’t have a set time of the day, it just naturally happens when they decide it’s time to read.

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