Many families today are discovering the many benefits of having a weekly family night. It can not only benefit husband and wife, but it can also benefit children if couples have any. Christian families recognize the importance of incorporating spiritual activity into this routine family night, and many choose to do so using beneficial books that help their children understand biblical accounts in a clear and easy to understand way – perhaps with lots of pictures and fun illustrations.
Are there any worthwhile books that parents can obtain to get the most out of family night? Certainly there are, and they include the following three:
My Book of Bible Stories is perfect especially for very young children, who perhaps cannot yet speak. The stories are taken right from the Bible, in the order of when they happened, and the words are clear and easy to understand. Plus, one entire page or more is covered in a colorful drawing depicting the story. You can just watch as your kid’s eyes light up, searching the colorful pages. Plus, the wording allows for interaction between you and your child, with questions you are actually asking your child along the way as you read to them. And, it’s simple enough that as they grow older they can also read the stories.
Learn From the Great Teacher is another excellent, very colorfully illustrated book perfect for younger children. It is much more thought-provoking and covers everyday situations they will be faced with as young people, instilling basic moral values into them including on subjects whether stealing is right or not, and how to deal with their friends and classmates. The illustrations are colorful drawings that are very lifelike, with lots that kids can connect with – even older ones, perhaps in their teens.
Questions Young People Ask, Answers That Work (Volumes One and Two) are excellent tools for older children who are faced with more complex issues surrounding whether or not they should date, how to deal with friends and various problems, and many other more complex things including the difficult subject of masterbation. There are picture illustrations throughout, and there are excellent questions that your child can answer as they are searching their own heart for the right thing to do. It really is an excellent tool for parents who may have a hard time discussing the subjects any other way.
Indeed, these three books are totally priceless. You can easily obtain them by visiting www.Watchtower.org and requesting them or other publications through the contact form.