3 Resources to Encourage Your Students to Read the Bible at Home

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For many years, I’ve heard that it was impractical to expect children to read the Bible at home. The comment is usually followed by they’re too young to understand what they read. Yet I’ve never seen an objection like that to secular books. Why does the world encourage our students and children while we try to hold them back? While children who have not yet learned to read may have difficulty and will need the Bible read to them, there is no reason children with reading skills are introduced to the Bible as reading material. Here’s some resources to help you do that:

Fire Bible For Kids

There is nothing like it… The first ever study Bible with an emphasis on the Holy Spirit written specifically for kids.. Each Book of the Fire Bible for Kids includes an introduction Section, Study Notes, and Engaging Graphics.  This is the Bible for Children that you need for your kids and this Christ centered bible for children will increase your kids devotional life.  The Bible comes with a Concordance, Glossary, Theme Finders®, Full Color Maps and Illustrations. This New King James Version will help today’s kids become tomorrow’s Church.

  • Draws kids into the Word.
  • Builds family values and combats secular ideals.
  • Teaches how to apply biblical truths for daily living.
  • Illustrated with beautifully multicolored pages.
  • Spirit Lead Kids Bible

The Bible App for Kids

Help your kids fall in love with God’s Word with this free Bible app for children with reading plans from YouVersion.


NIV Adventure Bible

NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers

Ready for Adventure? Embark on a fun, exciting journey through God’s Word with the Adventure Bible — now in full color throughout! Along the way you’ll meet all types of people, see all sorts of places, and learn all kinds of things about the Bible. Most importantly you’ll grow closer in your relationship with God. Recommended by more Christian schools and churches than any other Bible for kids!

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