Bible Review: NIV Big Dreams Big Prayers Bible For Kids


NIV: Big Dreams Big Prayers Bible For Kids, published by Zonderkidz, is a publication that strives to bring its readers closer to God as they dig deeper into His Word.

The Big Dreams Big Prayers Bible For Kids is packed with features designed to guide its readers into a deeper understanding of God and the role He plays within their lives. The devotions presented center around people that utilized the power of prayer as they were listening to God. The “hand” prayer model is designed to help kids remember to pray, not just for themselves, but also for the others present within their lives.

Other study features include: Highlighted verses that allow reader to gain better study and memorization habits. Instructions that strive to explain the meaning of each book. Along with reading plans and a topical index, this Bible has it all. All of these features are brought together in the easy to read , easy to understand, NIV text.

This Bible would make a wonderful addition to any collection or as a gift for the young growing Christian, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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