Case for Christ for Kids 90-Day Devotional Spiral-Bound | September 24, 2013
Lee Strobel, Jesse Florea (With)
Case for Christ for Kids 90-Day Devotional
Using the themes found in Lee Strobel’s New York Times bestselling book The Case for Christ, this 90-day devotional for kids 9 to 12 combines historical and biblical evidence with fun facts, interesting trivia, and contemporary stories to explore what it means to be a Christian, and how we can be sure Jesus really existed, performed miracles, and rose from the dead to save the world from sin. And each short, two-page devotion helps kids “examine the case” when it comes to Jesus and apply those truths to their everyday lives.
Based on the eye-opening bestselling Case for … series, this 90-day devotional for kids explores the life of Jesus and what it means to be a Christian, while also tackling the tough questions kids ask about God, the Bible, and why faith is important. Each day’s reading starts with an interesting and child-friendly story or fact to get kids’ minds wondering and engaged, and then applies that information to what the Bible, historical proof, and reliable research show us about Jesus and his ministry, as well as it means to follow Christ today. Each day, your child can “investigate” the case for Jesus for themselves and discover why the facts hold true.
Case for Christ for Kids 90-Day Devotional:
- Can be used independently or as a daily devotional at mealtimes or bedtime
- Is filled with short devotions that are packed with information but can be read in under five minutes
- Is a perfect companion to The Case for Christ for Kids, which directly adapts Lee Strobel’s The Case for Christ book for a late elementary and middle school audience
- Demonstrates how kids can live out their faith every day, as well as helps them remain confident in their beliefs as they grow up
Lee Strobel, former award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, is a New York Times bestselling author whose books have sold millions of copies worldwide. Lee earned a journalism degree at the University of Missouri and was awarded a Ford Foundation fellowship to study at Yale Law School, where he received a Master of Studies in Law degree. He was a journalist for fourteen years at the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers, winning Illinois' top honors for investigative reporting (which he shared with a team he led) and public service journalism from United Press International. Lee also taught First Amendment Law at Roosevelt University. A former atheist, he served as a teaching pastor at three of America's largest churches. Lee and his wife, Leslie, have been married for more than fifty years and live in Texas. Their daughter, Alison, and son, Kyle, are also authors. Website: www.leestrobel.com