Sunday, November 17, 2013
Need more time with your family? Everyone too busy to sit down to a good meal or just spend time talking? Everyone going their own ways with sports, music, work etc. This book is a perfect follow-up to Lynne's first book All in Night. It features 40 different outlines for an All in Night.
What is an all in night you may ask? I had the same question. The author developed All in Night when her family seemed to busy to stay connected to each other. They picked one night where they put aside for the family and did an activity of choice; basically a family night.
This is an old concept but the book gives you practical advice and ideas on how to do an All in Night and gives you over 40 different topics to include. The choice is up to your family what night and how many nights you choose to do it. You choose what activities to do. Each topic gives you ideas on how to discuss these Christian qualities, but it is up to you to decide how to present and implement these qualities based on your individual families.
There are a lot books on the market similar to this one; so for me it wasn't a stand out read. Although this book can be tailored to families of all ages; personally, I would recommend it for families with younger children.
If you are looking for ideas of Christian topics to teach your family and ways to bring everyone together; this book would be a good resource. But don't limit your self to the books topics. This All in Night ideas has limitless potential; use it to your advantage.
*This book was sent to me by http://www.bookcrash.com/ in exchange for my honest review.