We’re a family that loves maps and loves to travel. Recently, my husband and I have talked a lot about our family goal to travel abroad as the kids get older. We want to connect them to other cultures while broadening their worldview. I hope this dream takes us around the globe in the years to come.
Besides exposing our kids to world adventures, we also hope to open their minds to find adventure within the Story of their lives – the Bible. We know that each and every story and character in God’s Word is another chance for them to join the adventure of faith, learning about their origin, their history and their destiny.
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Since we’ve been so focused on the idea of adventure lately, I was thrilled to discover The Story Travelers Bible – an adorable, new children’s Bible written for explorers. This beautiful picture Bible retells all of the classic stories, with details that will open a child’s mind to learn new things along their adventure about the geography, culture and lifestyle of Biblical times. (affiliate link)
Invite your kids to join Lana, Griffin and Munch, the Story Travelers, on their adventures through the Bible. Each story offers a unique perspective including details about the location and culture surrounding it. It’s a whole new way to read through the Bible that little explorers will love!
I’m excited to partner with our friends at Tyndale to share about this exciting new Bible and offer one in our giveaway this week. Find out more about The Story Travelers Bible here then enter to win one below! (affiliate link)
This week, we’re giving away an amazing prize pack of books for family faith in partnership with Tyndale. Enter via Rafflecopter below!
Win all of these books in our giveaway this week!
Be Bold: A Coloring Devotional – Be Bold offers an outlet to simultaneously focus on God’s Word and express creativity. Using scripture as the foundation for her designs, Ellen Elliot takes readers through a series of inspiring verses reinforced with short devotional writings. Topics include joy, hope, self-image, peace, and more. Each coloring page and corresponding devotional will help the reader develop a closer relationship with the Heavenly Father. (affiliate link)
A Patch on the Peak of Ararat / The Beautiful Garden of Eden – The Faith that God Built series by Gary Bower uses the same whimsical style of storytelling as The House that Jack Built, using rhyme to introduce preschoolers through second graders to favorite Bible stories. Gary has a well-developed talent for creating engaging narratives that also teach biblical truth through rhyme. (affiliate link)
I’d love to know about your hopes and dreams for family adventures! What parts of the world and/or your faith story do you hope to explore with your kids someday?
I was given a copy of these books in exchange for my review + promotion but all opinions are my own.