As a divorced mom, this is something I need to set up. We did mini-devotions when they were little. Then we homeschooled, and there really was no need to set down a time and specific lessons apart from that, because it was simply part of what we went through in our daily lives...sitting down and learning about everything from a Christian standpoint. Then they were in private school, and learning there. Now they're all going to be in public schools. My plan was to get more involved in our church as circumstances make that possible now, but gas prices are a barrier and instead of getting more involved, we're getting much less involved. So I'm feeling very strongly led to start a set time of devotions as they very much need more spiritual guidance than they're getting at the moment, and this problem will only increase once the school year starts. Where do I start though? There's so much else going on right now that I'm really needing some help and advice on where to even begin. The girls are 11,12, and 13, but at very different stages spiritually. The oldest CRAVES more of the scriptures and is very open to learning. The middle one has been deeply hurt in her life twice now with rejection and seems to be shying away from trusting anything, and is almost bitter. The youngest is still open to most anything and enjoys family time like devotions would bring. That has me wondering how to approach it. I know what the middle one is feeling, and I know that at this point in her life, it would be easy for her to reject faith in Christ if it's forced on her, and I don't want to do that. But if I give her a choice, she'll go off and read rather than join us. So I need advice on not only what I mentioned previously, but on how to include her in a way that won't turn her off, while still providing the depth the oldest one needs and in a way that the youngest one won't be overwhelmed by. I'll appreciate anything you have to offer!