There are many kids’ Bibles that line the shelves of a book store, but not all of them are great options. Some Bibles are better picks than others. I am so excited to take this list with me the next time I visit the United States and shop for a bible for my kids. My son has been asking for his own Bible for so long now. I honestly haven’t found on that will suit him, let alone mention the FULL gospel. Usually, the kids Bibles are so “fluffy”; meaning they are so soft and sweet. Yet, we truly need our kids to know about sin and God’s judgement just as much as they know of his love and kindness. Keep this list handy when you are ready to look for a Bible for your kiddos or if you know someone who could use some help finding an appropriate one.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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