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The Action Bible Devotional: 52 Weeks of God-Inspired Adventure

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The Action Bible Devotional pairs selected stories from the bestselling Action Bible with spiritual lessons and action-adventure missions that launch kids’ faith into everyday life. Covering themes such as friendship, temptation, sibling rivalry, self-esteem, and materialism, The Action Bible Devotional offers a year’s worth of activities, questions, and ideas that will ke ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by David C. Cook
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Victor Gentile
Jeremy V. Jones in his new book “The Action Bible Devotional” published by David C. Cook gives us 52 Weeks of God-Inspired Adventure.

From the back cover: Looking for adventure?

With eye-popping comic illustrations and a week’s worth of activities for each Bible story, this one-year devotional gives you real-life ways to meet with God and live out his spiritual adventure every day.

Every week’s story includes:
· Key Verse—a highlight from the story you just read
· X-Ray Vision—thoughts to connect the
Bluerose's  Heart
Let me just tell you right off the bat that I loved these books so much, I've already ordered The Action Bible! My hands are just itching in excitement to get a hold of it. ;)

This book is set up as a 52 week study. It's most recommended for 8-13 years olds, and I agree, but I still think it could help older children, too. It's great for a boy OR girl, but I do think boys will connect with it more. The devotions for each week include a summary of a Bible event, in comic book style. It always incl
Peter Schott
The Action Bible Devotional by Jeremy Jones contains 52 devotions based on The Action Bible. Each devotional section contains a selection from The Action Bible in graphic novel format, a key verse, a look at how this applies to our lives today, some activities to bring it all together, some questions, and a place to write what you’ve learned. Finally there’s an application to share what you’ve learned with others or to focus on the bigger picture.

The verses come from the New Living Translation o
Lori Twichell
Filled with vibrant full color pictures that portray 52 of the stories out of the Bible, this devotional gives kids a new perspective on the stories they’ve heard or read previously. It engages the kids as they view these tales graphic novel/comic book style and, in the case of my 8 year old son, it excited him. He didn’t want to just read one a week – he was ready to devour the book in one sitting. He kept asking what came next and if we could skip ahead to the next story. That thrilled me to n ...more
As I have said before in other reviews, finding the right medium to encourage your kiddos to read is very important and in the case of encouraging your children to read the Bible it is even more so. With The Action Bible, I think they might have found something to use as a great tool for both getting a start into reading and truly learning the content of the Bible. I have yet to see the actual The Action Bible, but I hope to after my introduction through The Action Bible: New Testament and this ...more
Tim Sheppard
I really like the current style of these Bibles. After each story, there are key verses, comprehension and application questions, and an activity. It is set up in a mission style form with objectives and mission accomplished parts. You can write in the spaces provided to study God's word. I didn't check out every story, but I saw a clear presentation of the Gospel in many parts. My son is only 3, so I won't be getting this for him right away, but I could see a 3rd to 6th grader liking this. Chec ...more
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Jeremy V. Jones is an award-winning journalist with 10 years of print and online magazine experience, who is currently a freelance writer and editor living in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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