Meet FAPA Member Karen Whiting, Author of 25 books about Faith, Family, and Food
Author of twenty-five books, international speaker, and former television host
Karen Whiting is an international speaker, former television host of Puppets on Parade, and award-winning author of twenty-five books for women, children, and families. She has the heart to help families thrive and build strong, wholesome bonds. She has written more than seven hundred articles for more than sixty publications and loves to let creativity splash over the pages of what she writes. Currently, Karen writes for Leading Hearts, The Kid?s Ark, and Molly Green Magazines.
Her writing awards include the Christian Retailing Best Award, children?s nonfiction (The One Year My Princess Devotions) and the Military Writer?s Society of America Gold Medal (Stories of Faith and Courage from the Home Front). Karen serves on the board of directors of Christian Authors Network where she helps other published authors promote books to book lovers everywhere.
Enjoy having 52 weekly devotions packed with engaging stories, hands-on activities, memory verses, and relevant discussion questions. Flexibly designed for families with busy schedules, the easy-to-read 52 Weekly Devotions for Busy Families is the perfect way to get your whole family together for fun and memorable moments while building a personal connection with God! Transform your family with 52-week devotions that include–
5 Key Features of 52 Weekly Devotions for Busy Families
- Flexible and Easy-to-Use: Spend anywhere between 5 minutes to an hour. At bedtime or at the dinner table, start any time, anywhere! Offers clear instructions and a simple format
- Short and Meaningful. Enjoy having 2-4 minute devotions that are engaging, relatable, and meaningful. Great for on-the-go families!
- Bible-based. 2-4 minute Scripture reading, with “going deeper” options.
- Hands-On Activities. Help your family connect to God and each other with 150 optional activities that will help build firm faith foundations with fun family interaction.
- Age-Appropriate. The questions and activities range from easy (preschool) to more thoughtful (middle school). So, you can ask each child a different question at their level.