Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions Review and Giveaway

Jennifer here to share with you about a fabulous product that will help you have more dinner time talk at the table. We were compensated to write this post, however all opinions listed are my own.

I love dinner time at our house. I have teenagers, so it is super important for us to connect at the end of each day. They say that the family that eats together stays together. One of those ways is by making sure the communication lines stay open. There is just something about dinner time that says, “Let’s talk and share.” Does your family love to do that, or does it come a little harder? If so, you will love Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions.

Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions

Your family’s gathered around the table. What’s on the menu? Cold stares? Stale prayers? The same old leftover questions about “what happened at school today”?

Next time you sit down to eat, enjoy some spiritual food too! Get everyone talking—and learning—with the nourishment of Whit’s End Mealtime Devotions!

Encourage quality family time and pass on a strong spiritual heritage with these 90 devotions created to engage children in fun, lively, productive dialogue.

Whit has always been a family favorite and will make mealtime fun, and encourage lots of great conversation.

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Comments

  1. Cathy C says

    We ask questions and talk about our day, and as we share things, it opens up more opportunities for everyone to get involved in the discussion.

  2. Shannon says

    Haha, my kids never stop talking at dinner time! But I think mealtime devotions would be a great addition to our lunch routine this summer!

  3. Stephanie says

    Kids are still young, so no conversation really yet, but I would love to win the book for a couple of years down the road!

  4. Jen N says

    My kids love Adventures in Odyssey, and I love devotions to share as a family! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  5. Bluerose says

    My oldest is 4, and in his “question asking” phase, so getting him and his brother to talk isn’t an issue right now! 😉 I’m sure it won’t be long before we’ll need to work at it a little more, though.

  6. Cassandra Eastman says

    I am SO happy I found this review. My husband grew up listening to Adventures in Odyssey and we’ve been wanting to find a family devotional! My children are still young, they love to talk about anything really… I love meal time where it’s just all of us and we can talk about our day!

  7. Terra Heck says

    I ask open-ended questions that require more than just a yes or no answer. Thanks.
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  8. says

    mine aren’t young enough yet to stop talking so its not a problem. But we don’t allow tv, phone calls, etc to be allowed during mealtime.

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