Kids Devotionals

Here at Cmalliancekids we get all sorts of questions about what devotionals we recommend for kids. There are a lot of options out there and let’s be honest, kids devotionals are best done with a parent. We can’t point you to any one specific one that is best because it really depends on the kid and parent involvement. However, some of our national team took a look at some kid’s devotionals and reviewed them for you.

We’d like to give these devotionals away to you! You can enter to win by commenting and telling us which devotional (or devotionals) you’d like to win. We’ll pick winners and get them in the mail to you later this month. Who doesn’t like mail that has something free in it!





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Melissa J. MacDonald

Melissa MacDonald, a consecrated worker, spends her time speaking, training, coaching and encouraging churches to “be the Church” for the sake of our next generations.

16 Responses to “Kids Devotionals”

  1. Action Bible devotional would be great because our Awana kids can win that as a prize – and it looks very engaging for the visual learners .

    The other one I like is Streams in the Desert- as a young adult I read that myself, and I love the idea of a parent and
    child reading it together each morning at breakfast !

  2. My first choice would be Grace for the Moment by Max Lucado. My husband and I teach After School Good News Clubs and promote the CEF Wonder Devotionals there. But I’m looking for a “graduation” gift to give to all the 5th graders as they move on to youth group next fall. This one sounds like one I would buy for them 🙂 Thanks for sharing !

  3. I have a couple of young men in my Chikdrens Mibistry that would love the action devotional. I would love to give it to them as a gift.

  4. Jesus Calling is a great pick. Would be perfect for my older elementary students as they transition to an older age with different demands than when they were young and as a reminder that Jesus is always with them and meets them where they are.

  5. I teach elementary Sunday school and also have grandchildren that I want to train in the way of the Lord. I love Jesus Calling in my daily devtional time and believe that it would be good and easy for children to understand. I am also interested in Max Lacado’s devtional.

  6. I like the Jesus Calling or the Action Bible. I am blessed to be able to stay at home and homeschool my children. We feel a very strong pation for raising our four children to be Godly children in a world full of hardships. These devotions look perfect to help teach our children to be set apart. I love how they daily devotions that I can incorporate into our school day. This will also help teach them how God should be the center of everything we do and be involved in every aspect of our life. Thank you so much for this amazing opportunity!

  7. I bought the Action Bible for my boys and they love the vivid pictures. I think that any devotional is great if you are reading it and discussing it with your kids, but when they are doing devotions on their own, they might enjoy the action pictures ( especially for children who don’t like to open up a book without pictures.) I think I would pick the Action Bible devotional.

  8. I think the Action Bible devotional looks great as well as Max Lucados devotional. Thanks so much for the reviews and ideas. My kids are always begging for me to read to them so these would be perfect to read and discuss together!

  9. Thank you for these reviews! Max Lucado devotion would be an awesome addition to our house..and then to our church. I am a Children’s Ministry Director and have not read that one yet. Looks awesome.

  10. Can’t go wrong with Max Lucado! Our 10 year old is reading the Bible to her Littlest Pet Shop “kids”. She’s pretty amazing!

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