Fruit of the Spirit GOODNESS : Family Devotion

family devotion based on the fruit of the spirit goodness

Family Devotion time can be intimating, but it doesn’t have to be.  The purpose of this series, based on the Fruit of the Spirit, is to help you step up and lead your family spiritually, and help you see it can be easy—-it doesn’t have to be complicated.

Got Fruit? is a #1 best selling children’s ministry book on Amazon! This collection of short devotions based on the Fruit of the Spirit is a perfect addition to your current family time (or a great way to start!)  Get your own copy for only .99 and lead your family through discussions and questions all about the different Fruit of the Spirit.

family devotion based on the fruit of the spirit goodness

family devotion based on the fruit of the spirit goodness

Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness

Galatians 5:22-23

This week’s Focus comes from II Kings 22-23. Take some time to read the passage together.

King Josiah became king when he was only 8 yeas old.  Can you imagine how hard that would be?

Once the Book of the Law was found, King Josiah realized how wrong everyone had been living.  He cleaned out the entire kingdom of all idols and anything related to false gods.


Got Fruit goodness

God was pleased with King Josiah because he brought goodness back to the kingdom.


  • What are some things you would do if you were king?
  • What is an idol?
  • What are some ways you can show goodness?
  • How did king Josiah show goodness?


Check out whole Got Fruit! on Amazon, or one at a time.


If you haven’t seen them yet, click on any of the links below to read the individual family devotion.

Love     Joy    Peace   Patience   Kindness   Goodness   Faithfulness   Gentleness     Self-Control

Now I am excited that these Fruit of the Spirit devotions are available in a printable version! Maybe you are doing a series and a resource for your families to supplement your lessons.

If you are a parent or grandparent, this will help you have some great spiritual themed discussions in your house.

If you are planning a series, these pages also can be used for small group lessons, so if you want you can use them in your lesson.

No matter how you choose to use them, I believe they will be a blessing to you and your kids.

Ready to add some great supplemental resources to your tool kit? By purchasing you are able to download the complete set, but you also have the ability to print and distribute to the kids and families in your ministry.

About the Author

Ron is happily married to his best friend, and dad to the best daughter you could imagine. As a teacher and children's pastor, he has over 20 years experience of teaching, leading, writing, creating and consulting. He has written for churches, contributed to several collaborative publications, and written a #1 Best Selling Devotional, Got Fruit? on Amazon. His blog is consistantly listed in the Top 40 Children's Ministry Blogs and Websites. Don't hesitate to ask if you think he could help you and your ministry in any way.

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