Table Talk 3: Comings and Goings
Issue Three of Table Talk is called Comings and Goings. It contains three months of Bible readings based in the books of Exodus, Matthew and Acts and the pages are undated. It will help you explore Jesus' miracles and teaching in Matthew's Gospel, escape from Egypt with the thrilling book of Exodus, and join Paul on a dangerous journey in the book of Acts.
Table Talk is for families with children from 4 yrs and up to use for daily Bible times. Each day takes about five minutes, maybe at breakfast or after an evening meal. Choose whatever time suits you best as a family.
Table Talk links in with XTB Bible reading notes for children. (XTB stands for eXplore The Bible). The Bible passages are the same each day for Table Talk and XTB - so you can use the two books together, or on their own. Whichever suits you best.
Table of contents
- The first 15 days go through Acts chs 15-18
- Day 16 dives into Exodus and looks through chs 1-4 over 9 days
- We then pick up in Matthew chs 13-18 between days 26-45
- Day 46 brings us back to Exodus and we go through chs 5-12 until day 61
- A quick flashback to Genesis on day 62, relevant to Exodus
- And then back again the next day to Exodus, until day 65, ending in ch 14
- A series of puzzles and questions at the very end of the book offer a chance to look into other parts of the Bible not covered here.
|Age range:||4 - 12|
|Dimensions||169mm x 239mm|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
Bring your family togeter(Review written for 'Table Talk Subscription')
Our 7 year old loves it "because we can read the bible together and learn new things live how to love God" Our 10 year old enjoys finding the bible passages and reading aloud. It really brings us together as a family. User friendly with great talking points, I would really recommend this to any family, especially those not used to reading the bible together.
excellent resource for family devotions
This works well for us (Mum, Dad, 11 yr old boy and 8 yr old boy) - we use it after our main meal of the day. I say 'it works well' - the boys aren't always enthusiastic to read the Bible, but 'this is what we do as a family', and it takes less than 10 mins! We sometimes do the activities at the start, but sometimes simply adapt them into a discussion. The Bible study is good - makes us all think about the reading. And it is good to apply that to our lives too. We then have our prayer time at the end. Although this is book 3, we've actually used 7 other 'Table Talk' over the passed few years, and it is by far the best resource we've found for our family devotions.