Thursday, December 3, 2015

Day 3 - Virtue Training Bible

Virtue Training Bible

A few years ago, I purchased the Child Training Bible kit, and it has been an amazing parenting tool.  If you've never heard of it, I highly encourage you to check out the website.  We still use this often.  They have also come out with the Virtue Training Bible.  I have an extra kit that I would like to offer for the giveaway!

You will also need a Bible (I prefer KJV), tabs, and crayon, highlighters, or colored pencils.  That's it!  It is time consuming to assemble, as you have to locate each verse (and there are many!) highlight the verse and attach the tab to the page, but the end result is so worth every minute.


This would be ideal to use for family devotions.  You pick the topic and then follow the tabs to find each of the verses.


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11 comments:

Sally Stensaas said...

We use many different things for family devotions: missionary biographies, each person telling what they learned from their personal devotions, one chapter in Proverbs, character building books...

David and Dee Dee Sterling said...

We are currently using Paul Chappell's daily devotional book, '"A Word to the Wise". We have used other devotional books as well.

Jackie's Journal said...

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proud2Bmomma said...

We are currently using our A Beka Bible curriculum for family devotions.

familieclark said...

Looks good!

Sarah LeClercq said...

We do our family devotions before everybody leaves the supper table. This makes it easier for me when dealing with different bed times and homework.

Carol Meyer said...

We do our family devotions at the breakfast table. Everyone goes to bed at a different time and if we do it too late not all the family can be there. After breakfast gives us all something to think about and strive for throughout the day.

Lindsey said...

We currently do our devotions at the start of the school day; only one of my kids is reading at the moment. :)

Anonymous said...

We pick out different verses to read and talk about according to what is going on in our lives.

Rebekah said...

I have a collection of object lessons books from my college days and right now my husband is doing one of them for our kids 2 times a week. We figure, we make things visual and intriguing for the kids in Sunday school/Junior Church/ VBS, why do we do less for our own kids at home? This won't last forever, but is a good thing while we can do it. Also, while it is an excellent time to train our children to sit still and listen, we do a puzzle or play dough or coloring... something tactile yet quiet... 1 time a week during devotions. The rule is, no talking, and still participate in discussion and questions or we put away the extraneous. Before we started the object lessons we finished a book by James Tucker called "In His Hands" that someone loaned us. Would love to have a copy but it is out of print, and before that we read through the Miller family series by Rod and Staff publishers - also loaned to us one at a time, and we were so grateful. Hopefully one of these days we can purchase those for our own library! THen we also did God's Answers to Man's Questions, a loner book. Lastly, we have found the Family Bible Library set by V. Gilbert Beers to be a great foundation devotional tool - also on loan from a wise and good friend. We really aren't takers! It is just nice to have people along the way who will loan something that has blessed their family, so we aren't always in uncharted territory. We are always looking for suggestions and more good materials for the future though!

Lawanda Duarte said...

We loved to use the Bible and go around the table letting all that could read share in the reading of the Scriptures. We also took up "love offerings" for someone in need.