We all recognize the importance of instilling good habits into the lives of our young children. We’re pretty good at reminding them to eat with their mouths closed, to make their beds, and do their homework. I’m much less able and prepared to help them cultivate the practice of personal, daily devotions. Or was, until David Murray created this very useful, well-planned Bible reading plan for children.
If your child is old enough to read, they’re old enough to use this. If you haven’t seen it yet (or know someone with a young child who hasn’t), it’s worth a look. It’s been a blessing to our family as we seek to help our children develop the life-long habit of turning to the Word at the beginning (and end) of every day in private worship.