A Kid's Game Plan For Great Choices: An All-Sports Devotional
: Sports Devotions to Help Your Child Win in Life From the father-and-son team of Michael and Christopher Ross comes this unique devotional combining your kid's love of sports with faith and life lessons to encourage growth. Your...
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Sports Devotions to Help Your Child Win in Life
From the father-and-son team of Michael and Christopher Ross comes this unique devotional combining your kid's love of sports with faith and life lessons to encourage growth.
Your child will be inspired by tons of pro tips from sports superstars, including Tim Tebow, Stephen Curry, Allyson Felix, and many more.
These forty devotions feature stories from 15-year-old Christopher's world, plus kid-relevant teachings that bring Bible verses to life.
Your kid will get the game plan for making good decisions in three key areas:
With the Team-learning godly sportsmanship At School-having A+ encounters with teachers and friends With Family-scoring big with parents and siblings
A Kid's Game Plan for Great Choices will help your child see the connection between the things they love and the One who loves them.
Michael Ross is an award-winning journalist and the author, co-author, and collaborator of more than 32 books for Christian families, including the Gold Medallion winner BOOM: A Guy's Guide to Growing Up (Tyndale), and a bestselling parenting guide What Your Son Isn't Telling You (Bethany House). Michael is the former editor of Breakaway, a national magazine for teen guys published by Focus on the Family. Today, he oversees Back to the Bible's book publishing efforts. He and his wife Tiffany live in Lincoln, Nebraska, with their son Christopher.
Christopher D. Ross gained his M.A. in English from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College, and his B.A. from Denison University. He has taught high school English for the past fourteen years in Charlottesville, Virginia, and will soon be teaching American literature to 11th graders in Harlem, New York. This is his first published book.