A devotional box! Devotional books are great, but children and youth will love this hands on approach to experiencing God.


3devotional_logo copyLent is the season of the church year during which we take the time to strengthen our relationship with God, as we follow Jesus down the long road to Jerusalem, where he will sacrifice his mortal life for us. During Lent, we also follow Jesus’ example of prayer and fasting. This devotional series walks through the 40 day and 7 Sunday journey of Lent by offering a number of introspective and interactive prayer experiences and scriptural exploration that will allow children and families to dig deeper into their faith together. Through this time of Conversations with God, families will engage in many different methods of talking to God, reigniting their prayer life as they learn some of the most important stories of our faith.

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)



Purchase Full Resource for Children and Families ($25)

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Download Children and Families Sample

Purchase Full Resource for Youth ($25)

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Download Youth Sample

Purchase Both Resources ($40)

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* 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

emily-hRev. Emily Holladay is Associate Pastor (Children and Families) at Broadway Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky. She is a graduate of Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology and Samford University. She has previously served on communications staff at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and has written for Fellowship magazine, Baptist News Global, The Herald, and the Baptist Studies Bulletin. When she is not at church, she loves to read, write, play the viola, and cheer for the University of Louisville!