Daily devotion for kids ages 8-14 from best-selling author, Bradley Booth. Each devotion from his book, Time Warp, is written to help kids know who Jesus is and how much He loves them. These devotions will take you back in time . . . and into the future! Break out your hiking shoes, you'll be trekking through time and space to rendezvous with some famous (and not-so-famous) people on significant dates in history. You'll watch events unfold that impact your life today, even though they took place dozens or even hundreds of years ago. And (you guessed it!) there's even a spiritual application tucked away in every experience. But make sure you don't miss what's scheduled for the future, because if you do, nothing in this book matters at all.

What’s New

Version 1.0.11

- Small Changes & Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

ArtsyBella ,

Pretty Good

I love this app, I use it to worship with my family EVERY night. But it does have some things that don’t work. Some of the lessons are not for kids, like do not have sex before marriage and do not drink. I suggest there should be maybe a little warning for the young children before the passage starts. The warning may contain that its for teens or need adult supervision. It also has a lot of typos, and sometimes the beginning is cut, maybe check the text before submitting it. Theres also reused stories, I like the reused stories because it gives my mind a refresher, but it can happen a lot and it turns a bit annoying.

cqgraphicdesign ,

Safe daily devotional for kids

A simple but good/safe daily devotional for kids with character building stories and spiritual thoughts. No frills just stories with meaning and purpose.

Ford truck driver ,

BEWARE - includes topics not for little kiddos

I can’t remember the last time I reviewed an app, but this one was so bad I had to. I have very young kiddos, I deleted this app as soon as I came across a story about keeping your body pure and not having sex before marriage. My kids are years away from that conversation and it has no business being in this app. There were a few other stories that were questionable for young kids and I found myself frequently changing the wording of the stories. Either to put things into terms kids can understand or to make things age appropriate. If you have small kids do yourself a favor and find a better app that’s age appropriate.

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