“The goal of this approach is not simply for you or your children to understand the Bible. Any teaching of Scripture to children must have..
This beautifully illustrated, delightful story is inspired by Psalm 30:5 “weeping may stay for the night but joy comes in the morning.” It..
This brand new book from Jennifer Grant is definitely worth picking up! Written specifically for this pandemic season we have experienced,..
A New York Times #1 best seller, this brand new, just published book that was begun by the late Rachel Held Evans and completed by Matthew..
If you are looking for a children’s book that captures the wonder and mystery and the extraordinary in the ‘ordinary’ of Ascension, Pentec..
If we don’t want our kids to embrace racist ideas, we must surround them with antiracist ideas. (p. 10)
The quote above from Rebekah Gien..
This delightful book, written by Tina Cho, is based on the story from John 21, where Jesus shares a breakfast with his disciples. Beautifu..
This is the newest book by authour Glenys Nellist and it is absolutely delightful! Similar to her ‘Twas the Night of Christmas’ book, she ..
This delightful storybook by Jennifer Grant is a wonderful way to have conversation with kids about the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:2..
“Children are not simply passive consumers of theology; they actively generate theological meaning for themselves. As they do, they take i..