“If …What If?” by Tony Myles and Daniel Myles, Book Review

A great devotional for families, this book is a smartly constructed conversation starter to light up any dinner table or long car drive. Many of us have questions about Christianity, and this devotional is broken up in sections to discuss some of the major subjects that parents and children find themselves talking about …or maybe should! Topics like the Trinity, heritage, the enemy, revolution, ego, identity, and more. There are eleven topical highlights in all. 

Each devotion is smartly broken down in a way that facilitates and active and lively discussion amongst families or even friends or church small groups and Bible studies.  Each week, a Weekly Recap digs a little deeper and provides further opportunities to open up and to pray together. 

This book is an encouraging tool for parents and group/study leaders. As a parent, it meets me where I am at, in need of tools to start the discussions that will help our family grow in faith. It has a unique feel of sincerity, being written by a father and son who pulled these lessons out of their everyday lives. 

I recommend this book to those looking for a way to start a habit of conversation where faith is concerned, whether within their families, friends, or groups. 

(I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.)

Click here to purchase your copy of “What If …What?”

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