Thursday, September 16, 2021

ROAR Like a Lion: A Kids Devotional By Levi Lusko with Tama Fortner, illustrated by Catherine Pearson Review & Giveaway Ends 9/27

 Thank You Tommy Nelson for providing this product/product information for review.  Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.  I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.

 ROAR Like a Lion: A Kids Devotional By Levi Lusko with Tama Fortner, illustrated by Catherine Pearson from Tommy Nelson. Pastor and bestselling author Levi Lusko is known for making tough topics accessible while drawing his readers toward a richer spiritual life. 

In his first children's devotional for ages 6 to 10, Levi tackles real issues our kids face with a lighthearted and approachable tone. Kids are equipped to approach both fun moments and tough times with their hearts set on God's faithfulness with the help of fascinating stories and facts, eye-catching art, Bible verses, prayers, and simple action steps. 

This 90-day devotional covers highly relevant topics such as: 

facing fears about school and friendships 

having courage to try something new 

handling new challenges, past disappointments, and grief 

dealing with peer pressure and bullying 

understanding how we each fit into God's great story 

As a parent and pastor, Levi is able to address real-life situations with compassion, grace, and biblical authenticity. Roar Like a Lion is a great way to spark discussion with your kids on meaningful topics and get them in the habit of reading a biblically-based devotional.  Offering practical approaches to faith in everyday life, Roar Like a Lion will inspire your kids to nurture their personal faith in a God is strong enough to protect and guide them as they run toward the roar during the challenges in their lives. 

My Opinion: This devotional is great for kids as it touches on subjects they can relate to along with simple bible verses. The book also offers a did you know section that keeps your mind sharp along with thinking.

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