Homeschooling mothers will be encouraged by heartfelt, practical readings from the 365 devotions this KJV Bible offers.
This hardcover KJV Bible offers 365 encouraging devotions for moms who educate their children at home. Homeschooling mothers will be encouraged by heartfelt, practical readings that cover topics such as avoiding burnout, staying focused and committed, navigating the needs of toddlers, setting boundaries, and, most importantly, maintaining proper soul care while juggling educational and household responsibilities.
- 365 daily meditations with prayers written by Janet Tatman, a veteran homeschooling mother with more than 25 years of experience homeschooling
- The full text of the classic King James Version (KJV) Bible
- Foreword from Vickie Farris, author, homeschool mom, and wife of Michael Farris, founder of the Homeschool Legal Defense Association
- Topical index
I was really looking forward to reading through the devotionals in this Bible. Unfortunately, I wasn’t all that impressed with the product as a whole.
The Bible itself has is pretty, and I like the hard cover; less likely that my kids will damage it! This Bible is King James Version.
The devotionals start in Genesis and there are dated, from January 1st. There is a new devotional every few pages. At the bottom of each devo, there is a note telling you which page you will find the next devotional on so that you don’t have to flip through pages looking for it. The Scripture that each devotional is based on does not correspond to it’s placement in the devotional Bible.
The devotionals are good, but they consist only of the Scripture and a story/lesson. There are no questions to get you thinking deeper to go with them. However, each devotional does included a prayer.
There are no study notes in the Bible and not many “extras”, such as maps or glossary (there is a topic index.)
I really was expecting to love this Devotional Bible but I’m not sure it’s a Bible that I will use. I think that it would be better bang for the dollar to buy a good homeschooling mom’s devotional and to use it with your favourite study Bible (I personally prefer NKJV and I like having the study notes so that I can get more context and understanding out of the verses.)
I would recommend this if you’re prefer a King James Version Bible and are looking for a quick daily devotional, but not if you’re looking for something deeper to incorporate study into the devotionals.Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free through the Book Sneeze blogger’s network. My opinions are 100% honest and my own, and I was not otherwise compensated for this review.