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Jesus' Family Tree

Praying through Advent with the Jesse Tree

Author: Stephenie Hovland

Publish Date: 8/1/2020
Product Number: JF2
Format: Booklet
Page Count: 32
Size: 5 3/8 x 8 3/8
Availability: In Stock

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Follow the branches of the Jesse Tree and learn how through Jesus, we are made part of God's family too!

Engaging daily devotions teach children about Jesus╒ family tree, telling the Old Testament history leading up to Jesus╒ birth and our salvation story. We sometimes call this family tree the Jesse Tree, named after one of Jesus╒ very faithful ancestors. Author Stephenie Hovland traces the Jesse Tree╒s branches all the way back to the garden of Eden. In those branches, children discover familiar names like David and Ruth, Abraham and Jacob each day of Advent. They also find that when God sent Jesus to be a child in Bethlehem, we were made a part of the great, growing family tree, too. With scripture, storytelling and prayer for each day, this devotional booklet gives children perspective on the very long story leading to the promised birth of our Savior. Ages 6-10

Delight the children of your church or school with a seasonal gift of this charming devotional booklet.

See our full Children╒s Advent Series for more ways you can branch out this Advent  with the Jesse Tree! There╒s something for the whole family in this engaging collection of Advent products that both teach and delight. Follow the salvation story forward with every Jesse Tree product. Use the visuals of the tree and branches to trace the family line of Jesus. Be amazed to learn that through Jesus, we are made part of God's family too.

For a coordinated adult devotional booklet, see Praying the Jesse Tree. The whole family can join in Advent preparation along the same theme!

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