A devotional box! Devotional books are great, but children and youth will love this hands on approach to experiencing God.
At Youth Ministry Conversations, we believe you know your group best. This means our resources look a little different than what you may have experienced in the past. This resource takes some work on your part to put together (it’s how we keep the costs down). We hope you will find opportunities to make this resource work for your group in ways we could never anticipate.
The beginning of the school year is a great opportunity for growth and change. This time allows students to start off with their best effort toward their studies and classwork. This is also a prime opportunity for personal and spiritual growth.
Students using this devotional will be able to visualize and work toward the person God wants them to be. In this year’s devotional box, teenagers are given an opportunity to grow in their compassion for others. This is something we can all strive to do better as we seek out God in our daily lives.
Included in the 3Devotional Box Resources:
1 Instructions for Assembling
2 Intro (Note to lay in the box, so that teenagers see it first)
3 Devotions (printed off and individually placed in envelopes)
Resource for Kids and Families ($25)
Download Children and Families Sample Here
Resource for Youth ($25)
Download Youth Sample Here
Resource for Both Resources ($40)
* Note: Purchases should be made on a computer rather than a mobile device, since the purchased file will be a zip file. Once uncompressed, you will have a folder with all needed resource files, and you may then move those to smartphones and tablets if needed.
About the Writer
Ali Chappell DeHay is a Youth Minister at Calvary Baptist in Waco, Texas. She graduated from Meredith College and got her Masters at Baylor’s Truett Seminary. Ali likes living in the Lone Star State, but misses North Carolina every day. She loves sports, and especially cheering on the Baylor Bears, Boston Red Sox, and Carolina Panthers. She and her husband have a 68lb Australian Shepherd who Ali plans to dress up as a hot dog for Halloween.