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The Good Book Company Celebrates 2024 ECPA Christian Book Award Winner

Joanna Hodges | June 13, 2024

CHARLOTTE, NC - The Good Book Company is pleased to announce that The Songs of a Warrior (The Good Book Company, February 2023) by Katy Morgan has won a 2024 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Award in the Young People’s Literature category.... continue reading

Helping Your Kids to Mean It When They Need to Say Sorry

Carl Laferton | June 4, 2024

In teaching kids what repentance is and encouraging them to repent themselves, I’ve found that a particularly helpful Bible passage is the story of Zacchaeus in Luke 19. Here are four ways to use Zacchaeus’ story to help kids learn not just to say sorry, but to mean it. ... continue reading

How to Help a 9-Year-Old Make Their Faith Their Own

Bethany McIlrath | May 24, 2024

I once taught a 10-year-old Sunday School student named "Chicken." That was how he introduced himself when he strolled into class ten minutes late soaking wet from walking to church in the rain. His real name was David and he was a hoot, especially as he gasped and groaned hearing Bible stories for the first time. Each Sunday, he came and reveled in the love of others and love of God before slinking to the back of the church where I discovered he often sat by himself.... continue reading

Pastors are People Too

Brian Croft | April 30, 2024

Here’s a question to ponder: What do you think would happen if you presented yourself to your congregation as a person before doing that as their pastor? What if you took the risk of learning how to share more of yourself with your congregation—not in a way that makes every sermon about you but in a way that allows them to feel a greater kinship with how you experience and respond to God’s word? How would people react if you offered them your true self: an ultra-fragile, incredibly limited, profoundly average, and disappointingly human human being? What do you think would happen?... continue reading

The True Story of Susannah Spurgeon, The Pastor’s Wife Who Didn’t Let Sickness Stop Her

Mary K. Mohler | April 2, 2024

The following text is the full biography timeline featured in the back of our new children’s book exploring the inspirational story of Susannah Spurgeon's life. It is part of our Do Great Things for God series, a collection of beautifully illustrated biographies written to excite young children about the great things they can do for God. This book can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 or older. Click here to download free biography worksheets for kids to fill in. ... continue reading

Celebrating International Women’s Day With Reads by Female Authors

Avery Powers | March 7, 2024

March 8 is International Women’s Day, so we’ve compiled a few books to help you reflect on God’s good plan for women. Read on for our recommendations for every girl from 7 to 97.... continue reading

Behind-the-Scenes: New Storybooks that Show Jesus in the Old Testament

Alison Mitchell | Feb. 22, 2024

A few years ago, as part of our Tales That Tell the Truth series, I wrote a book called Jesus and the Lions’ Den. Yes, you read that right – it says Jesus, not Daniel. But why?... continue reading

A New, Simple Idea for Family Outreach at Easter

Calista Doty | Feb. 15, 2024

The Good Book Company is now offering a special evangelistic tool for churches and children’s ministries—Story Trails! These are an engaging way to get people in your area outside, active, and reading all at once. More than that, Story Trails by The Good Book Company are a great way to share the Gospel with unchurched community members.... continue reading

Educating for Culture Wartime

Stephen McAlpine | Feb. 8, 2024

One area that seems to be particularly in the crosshairs of progressive governments is schooling. The moral formation of the secular education system is designed to produce model citizens who will help us move towards a more just and equitable society. So far, so good. That’s what a Christian education system desires also. Yet their methods are at odds with each other. Christianity’s doctrine of human flourishing is now regarded as part of society’s problem, not part of its solution.... continue reading

The True Story of Fannie Lou Hamer, a Civil Rights Activist Who Marched for the Right to Vote

K.A. Ellis | Feb. 1, 2024

The following text is the full biography featured in the back of our new children’s book exploring the inspirational story of Fannie Lou Hamer's life. It is part of our Do Great Things for God series, a collection of beautifully illustrated biographies written to excite young children about the great things they can do for God. This book can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 or older. Click here to download free biography worksheets for kids to fill in. ... continue reading

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