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A faith-strengthening Answers Family Bible Devotional that takes you on a chronological journey from the life of Christ to the beginning of the Church. Excellent for families or as an ABC-like study with a friend or neighbour over coffee to show what the Bible is all about. Includes 40 "read & discuss" devotions.
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Answers Family Bible Devotional Series
Here's the fourth in a 5-book series of family Bible devotionals by Mike and Libby Wild. The full series will take you on a chronological journey from Genesis to Revelation. Discover how Jesus Christ is the scarlet thread that ties together history and the Bible.
You may know Mike and Libby from their sons’ popular DVD series, The Wild Brothers. Now, they can help you bring the exciting truth of God’s Word to life in a whole new way. Use these worldview-shaping “read and discuss” devotionals as part of a special family time—at the dinner table or to start or end each day. Our kids are our first disciples, and if we want them to thrive in a world that’s increasingly hostile to the gospel, they must know what they believe and why. In order for our children to stand firm on God’s Word, they must know and trust it for themselves.
"If you love Answers Bible Curriculum, you’ll love these family devotionals. We will be studying the historical events given in the Bible as they happened (chronologically), bringing attention to God’s attributes and grand plan. We will be tracing redemption through the Bible, as well as seeing God’s amazing purposes (and how we fit into them) as it applies from before the beginning until the consummation of the ages.”
MIKE AND LIBBY WILD are veteran missionaries to unreached people living deep in the jungles of Asia Pacific. There they were thrilled to watch many families turn to Jesus Christ, then grow in maturity and deep love for him. The same goes for their own children. The key? A clear, chronological study of the Bible.