Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Miss Mary's Favorite Bible's 4 Kids {Gift Giving Guide}

Can you believe that Christmas is only 15 days away?

This year, I've been asked a lot about my recommendations for kids Bible's for your little one's.  There is no greater investment that you will ever make into your child's life than one that is made into their spirit.  A Bible is the perfect gift for your little one's this year at Christmas. 

As a #KidsMin there is nothing that warms my heart more than to see kids walk into Kids Church or AWANA with their Bible's in hand.  
It's so important to teach our kids the value in God's word and about how God's word is the guide book for our entire life as a Christian. 

If you've been thinking about whether your kids are ready for a Bible... Yes!  
I believe everyone needs a Bible whether you are a baby or 90 years old.  

Here are a few of my favorites to get you started!

Bible's for Little Ones

While this is not a full-text Bible it is perfect for those little one's reading with mom and dad or learning to read on their own.  
It's filled with pictures to keep even your smallest one's engaged with learning God's word. 



This Bible is seriously adorable. 
I'd recommend this Bible for any of your kids who absolutely love Veggie Tales. 
The great thing is that throughout the Bible they will see scenes from their favorite Veggie movies. 



Bible's for Elementary Kids

It's the number one Bible for kids right now. 
This is a full-text Bible that I would recommend for 5-12 year olds.


This is the Bible that my Kids Church uses on Sunday mornings. 
It has an easy to read font that makes following along for reading simple. 
It also has great study notes throughout the Bible and at the beginning of each book.


Bible's for Pre-Teens

This Bible is designed specifically for the young girls in your life. 
This Bible is recommended for pre-teens (5th-6th graders).  
It's stylish but packed with truth. 


This Bible is just perfect for the young boys in your life.
Recommended for pre-teens it's designed specifically to help young boys grow into young men.  

Do you have a favorite Bible that you use with your kids?
What is it?


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I have been researching this recently, and this was very helpful!

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