Jesus Today Devotions For Kids (Hardcover)

    Jesus Today Devotions For Kids (Hardcover)

    Sarah Young
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    The winner of the ECPA 2013 Christian Book of the Year, Jesus Today™ was written during a very difficult time in Sarah Young’s life. Yet the words of Scripture and Jesus’ own Presence were ever near, bringing her hope and comfort for each new day. Now in kid-friendly language, Jesus Today™: Devotions for Kids assures children that God is in control, that He is good, and that they can put their hope in Him.

    With more than 800,000 units sold, Jesus Calling: 365 Devotions for Kids shows that parents appreciate the opportunity to share the wisdom of Sarah Young’s beloved writing with their children. Jesus Today has sold more than 1 million copies since its release in 2012, making it the next huge success in the Jesus Calling brand. Sarah Young has more than 14 million books in print.

    This kids’ devotional follows in the footsteps of the massively successful Jesus Calling: 365 Devotions for Kids and provides new content for children from Jesus Today, the 2013 ECPA Christian Book of the Year. This devotional will continue to expand Sarah Young’s brand as it brings Scripture and encouragement to children.

    Jesus Today: Devotions for Kids is written as if Jesus Himself is assuring us that He is in control, that He is good, and that we can put our hope in Him.

    About the Author

    Sarah Young, the author of the new 365-day devotional Jesus Always and bestselling Jesus Calling, has sold more than 17 million books worldwide. Jesus Calling has appeared on all major bestseller lists. Sarah's writings include Jesus Calling, Jesus Today™, Jesus Lives™, Dear Jesus, Jesus Calling for Little Ones, Jesus Calling Bible Storybook, Jesus Calling: 365 Devotions for Kids, and Peace in His Presence-each encouraging readers in their journey toward intimacy with Christ. Sarah and her husband were missionaries in Japan and Australia for many years. They currently live in the United States.