I have a great book to review and give away today: Duck Commander Devotions for Kids by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard, illustrated by Holli Conger and published by Tommy Nelson.
I’ve been reading a devotion a day to my kids (ages 4-9) for the past few weeks. We’re really enjoying this book! Each of the 104 devotions is on two pages. You’ll find a little story (often relating to someone from the Duck Dynasty crowd and usually funny) that helps to explain about the lesson from Scripture to be taught that day. Then there is a short prayer to pray and a “Duck Commander in Action” which gives an action step or application to put the lesson into practice.
Now, we have never watched the show, only seeing a few snippets here and there. But the Robertsons are still famous, and we were able to learn about them through this book. They’re funny and God-honoring.
I love the lessons taught and the practical “Duck Commander in Action” applications. The illustrations are really fun, too!
Here is an example: One devotion is titled “The Bible, Our Powerful Sword.” The Scripture is from Hebrews 4:12 “God’s word is alive and working. It is sharper than a sword sharpened on both sides.” The lesson tells about Uncle Si who had a cup with him when he was fighting in a war in another country. The cup reminded him of home. He kept it close to him. But the Bible is even more important and we need to keep it close to us always so we can use it as our weapon against Satan. The action step is to say Psalm 18:1 “I love you, Lord. You are my strength” out loud 10 times and then to make a sword out of paper and write the verse on it.
Duck Commander Devotions for Kids is hard-back, 224 pages, with a blue ribbon bookmark. See inside the book here. It’s for ages 4-8.
Here is a Promo Video about it!
Now, Enter on the Rafflecopter app below to win a copy of Duck Commander Devotions for Kids! The winner will be chosen in February 18 and will have 24 hours to respond to my email.
(Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tommy Nelson in order to write this honest review.)