The kids where so excited when I announced we would be digging into the Faith Builders Bible by Zonderkidz for a review. Then they expressed a bit of concern. You see our LEGO are in Florida and we are in Michigan… bit of a challenge right? Well we could not let that stop our adventure so my sister and I set out to find a deal on LEGO after all you can never have enough right? As soon as I found out we where getting this Faith Builders Bible I ordered a big box of LEGO to tide us over. We where ready to DIG in when our new book came in the mail.
While we normally use the NLT version with the children we have found the Faith Builders Bible in New International Reader’s Version to be just as easy for the children to read. We love how this bible is the complete text of scripture with colorful LEGO builds making it a great way to make bible study fun. The building block verses to go with each build help children find joy in learning.
This is a great Bible for kids because of its unique theme of a beloved children’s toy while including the entire scripture of the Bible. Your LEGO lover will love seeing Bible stories come to life in the pages of these books, and hopefully they will feel the urge to build the stories themselves. The Faith Builders Bible makes a great family study Bible or a gift for your child.
“Let us do all we can do to live in peace. And let us work hard to build up one another” Romans 14:19 ~ Faith Builders Bible Building Block Verse.
This Bible has a dictionary and an index of 92 great Bible stories everyone should now in the back. 24 pages of amazing LEGO builds (Where did they find these LEGO people? This Bible claims to be large print but it is smaller than my women’s bible and I have to wear my glasses to read this bible with the children and prompted us to make an appointment for my oldest to get her eyes checked… We will see how that goes. Each LEGO build talks about the story pictured and where in the Bible the children can read the story. I would love to see them create a Bible study with guides on how to create their own Bible builds.
Faith is such a vital thing to instill in our children to help them grow into soldiers for God. By making the Bible fun we take away the intimidating feeling that comes from looking at a big, thick, book; with lots of tiny, little words. We LOVE the idea of writing the books of the bible onto LEGO to practice memorizing them. You can use a sharpie to write on the LEGO and a dry erase marker to get the marker off later. The kids loved the combination of bible study with one of their favorite toys and can be found with the bible for the joy of reading it.