Tuesday Talk

Hey, y’all! Today, I am linking up with the sweetest girls,Ashley and Erika, for their  link-up “Tuesday Talk!”

This Easter, we knew the kids really needed new Bibles, but we weren’t sure about which ones to pick!! So, I did a little research, and I thought I’d share what I found  with y’all in case you were looking for something similar! I should mention that I am not a professional at this sort of thing….so if you have great tips, please feel free to leave them in the comments!

Teen Boy Bible

So, for Jackson, I wanted something a little more mature, but with some great life application features!

In this Bible, there are little sidebars all throughout with scenarios, in depth study, and prayers that are applicable to teen life.  I love that!

And lots of encouraging information for young men!

So, if you have a teen boy in your life, this is a great option!

Boys’ Bible

I picked this one up for Luke!

It has lots of cool facts and application tips for boys as well!  Luke is a great little reader, and these tips provide an extra little bit of information to add to his understanding and keep him interested.

Luke is really enjoying this one as well!

Girls’ Bible

Here’s the one I picked out for Presley.  Truth be told, I want this one for myself also!

I debated getting one meant specifically for girls her age, but Presley is my artist…and I knew that this would be right up her alley.  There are pages for her to color…

and wide margins for pictures, her favorite verses, and such.  

She’s  a visual learner, so these artistic verses are so great for her learning style, too!  This was a big hit with our creative girl!

Adult Options

Some of you asked about my Bible, and this year I am reading through the One Year Bible (per my girl, Shay’s, recommendation :))…

and I do my studying in my Parallel Bible

It has the NIV translation in one column and the Message on the other side. 

 If I have a hard time understanding something, having the Message right there helps me wrap my head around what I am reading a little better.  Then, I go back and read the NIV again so I can get a better gist of what is going on. 🙂

One last thing: I didn’t buy this one, but I am was reallllly close to grabbing this as an aide to Luke’s Bible.

The review’s are great, and I love the fun, engaging layout!

I ordered all of mine off Amazon (hellllo, Amazon Prime!)…if you want to, you can find them on Amazon just below!

Teen Boy Bible: http://amzn.to/2nW8Dk9

Boys’ Bible: http://amzn.to/2onqiw9

Girls’ Bible: http://amzn.to/2onilHq

Action Bible: http://amzn.to/2oilbOK

One Year Bible: http://amzn.to/2oPIAdF

Parallel Study Bible: http://amzn.to/2oPUeoS

Hope this helps your search!   If you have some other great options, leave them in the comments!   Happy Tuesday, y’all!! XOXO Narci

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16 replies

  1. Thanks for the tips. My son used the boys’ Bible for a long time and liked it. A few years ago I bought both kids a basic black Bible with their names on it. But I like the idea of that Revolution Bible for my son who just turned 13.


  2. How old are your boys? A new bible was the plan for Easter but I never could decide. My son is 10 yrs old.


  3. The She Reads Truth Bible that just released last week is like the grown-up version of your daughter’s Bible! You should check it out. I got one for myself and am in love!


    • I agree about the She Reads Truth Bible. It would be a great one for you that would be beautiful and have lots of art in it like Presley’s. The coral linen cover is so pretty.


  4. I have not seen this artistic bible…definitely think Carly Jo would love that. She has the same one you bought Luke right now and she is probably on the verge of outgrowing it. Thanks for sharing!


  5. The Action Bible….you MUST get it!! One of my boys ABSOLUTELY LOVES it!! Anytime he has free time to read, he grabs this! He has literally read it dozens of times! I don’t know of any one who has reread a book dozens of times!


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