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lectio365 night time prayers devotional

Lectio 365 night time prayers

This has been a game changer in our home! My 9 year old daughter has struggled, particularly this year (no surprises there) to get to sleep, often spending a long time thinking of things, often anxiously. Last week, the excellent Lectio365 created by Pete Grieg and the 24/7Prayer team with CWR, launched Night Prayers. We […]

Lost Sheep book of Jesus calms the storm

Review: Jesus and the storm

Title: Jesus and the storm By: Andrew McDonough Price: £6.99 Offer: Get two books for £10 using the code: LS5 Published by and available from: Sarah Grace / Malcolm Down Good for: children age 0 – 11 Best bit: Jesus saying: “Down, waves, down! Do not even wiggle!” And the suggestion to do some snoring practice […]

pilgrims progress for children

Review: Dangerous Journey

Title: Dangerous Journey – The Story of Pilgrim’s Progress By: John Bunyan’s words selected by Oliver Hunkin, illustrated by Alan Parry Price:Hardback: £12.99 Published by and available from: Lion Good for: children age 7+ up to younger teens, plus adults wanting an abridged version (me!) Best bit: Cleverly edited words from the original story written by […]

cover of welcome to the journey a brilliant baptism gift for children

Review – Welcome to the Journey

Title: Welcome to the Journey By: Bob Hartman and Raffaella Ligi Price: Hardback: £7.99 Paperback pack of 5: £25 Published by and available from: Lion Good for: godparents, grand parents, parents and adults with contact with young children being baptised Best bit: Delightful repeated refrain: Welcome to the journey! Worst bit: The traditional Baptism-gift cover hides […]

our God is full of tender love 2 (2)

Exploring the Bible together experiment week #4

We’re four weeks in to our six week experiment with an intergenerational small group on Zoom. (Read how it started here.) Last week, as I read part of the psalm, it had nice repeats in it which I thought lent itself to singing it (obviously, as it’s a psalm!), so we agreed that each family […]