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When I find good resources I always want to share. This list of devotionals would be great to start with this new year or any time of year. Here’s our virtual stack:

For the youngest ones:

Big Thoughts for Little Thinkers

Tween Girls: A Girl After God’s Own Heart – A Tween Adventure with Jesus by Elizabeth George. Middle Girl, age 9, is reading this one.

Teen/Young Adult: The Lost Art of True Beauty: The Set-Apart Girls Guide to Feminine Grace by Leslie Ludy – My 14-year-old daughter and I are reading this aloud together after the younger ones have all gone to bed. This was recommended to us by Kim A (she has three girls).

His Revolutionary Love – Jesus’ Radical Pursuit of You – A recent read by my 14-year-old daughter.

Do Hard Things and the sequel, Start Here. I shared more about Do Hard Things in this post last summer.

Answers Book for Teens

(and another view)

The Whole Family: Daily Audio Bible – listen online every day or use the handy app. Available in several versions. We enjoy the Daily Audio Bible for Kids together in the mornings.

Answers Book for Kids Vols 1-4. My review here.

Experiencing the Power of Life-Changing Faith. This one I’m studying with my Sunday school class. A precept Bible study of the book of Romans. Indeed, life changing.

How about you? What have you enjoyed lately? What’s on your coffee table or night stand?