This has been a year of replacing Bibles in our family.
Courtney’s Bible literally has entire books falling out of the binding. My little ones have either outgrown the version we originally purchased, or the book is just completely worn out.
Needless to say, we’ve been shopping around to replace them. It’s been interesting to look through the many different versions available and the options each now have- I have been carefully considering the needs of each child and making decisions on what they need.
This month, Tommy Nelson sent me a copy of the NKJV Study Bible for Kids.
Some features of this Bible include:
Bright colors that are child-friendly and fun
Suitable for gifting, this Bible contains a dedication page
Satin bookmark for keeping your place
Background information on the NKJV
Each book has an introduction that includes information about who wrote it and the highlights of the book
Information about where Biblical events occurred along with full-color maps
Spotlight sections that further discuss particular Bible events, and how they apply to life today
Profiles of major Biblical people
The one thing I didn’t care for so much was the page navigation on the side of the pages rather than the top (my preference).
This Bible is headed into Emma’s hands. I think it will be a great Bible for her age.
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