Holiday trips for kids, via vehicle or armchair

by St. Paul'sTalitha’s been a traveler since before she can remember.

In the earlier days, I was the one searching Lonely Planet guides for details about our destinations. And both of us loved the great photos in Eyewitness Guides – almost as good as being there.

If the Christian Focus’s Adventure series had been available when she was younger, I think she would have enjoyed them. I know I would have, for both physical and armchair travel.

Catherine MacKenzie describes the 15 books in the series as “a mix of geography, nature, history and mission . . . a really good read for children age 8-12.” Read the rest of her post–Christian Travel Books for Kids– at her blog, Hurrah4Books.

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    Dear Noel,

    My husband of 18 years is a bi-vocational pastor at a Southern Baptist Church in Oklahoma.
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