A devotional guide for Little Pilgrims Progress
Helping parents to teach and train their children
This devotional guide for parents is based on H.L. Taylor’s adaptation of Pilgrim’s Progress for children, entitled Little Pilgrims Progress (by Moody Publishers). However, because this devotional guide is based on the main story and characters of Pilgrim’s Progress, the original work or any faithful adaption of the original can also be used. In this guide the chapters correspond to the chapters of Taylor’s version of Little Pilgrim’s Progress.
As a father, I did not shy away from some of the more difficult themes when going through the book with my children. Themes such as, the cost of discipleship, the reality of God’s coming day of judgement, sin, hell, and the warning not to love the world or the things of the world. Our children need to hear such biblical themes from an early age, so that they don’t fall into what John Piper calls the casual, hip-hop, superficial Christian culture that pervades much of affluent Western society. (Andrew Aucamp from the Foreword)