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To the Parent Who Is Discipling Their Kids Alone

Melissa Swain | Aug. 4, 2022

There are many reasons why a parent might be the solo discipler in the home. Maybe you’re the only parent. Maybe you’re the only parent who follows after Jesus. Maybe your spouse is deployed, or their job requires them to be away for long periods of time, or you are widowed, or your child’s other parent has never been present. Whatever the case may be, family dynamics are much more complicated than neat little demographic boxes we check on a registration form. And that complicates not only our lives, but our discipling relationships with our kids. ... continue reading

For the Struggling Parent Who Wants to Disciple Their Kids

Melissa Swain | Aug. 3, 2022

“How am I supposed to help my kids follow Jesus when I am struggling in my own relationship with him?” It’s a valid question, and one you’re not alone in asking. Or maybe you’re not struggling in your relationship with Christ, but you’re just having a hard time with life in general. Maybe it’s your job or an illness that is causing your struggles. It could be family or relationship issues that are complicating every facet of life. Perhaps your DIY remodel went off the rails and you’re living in a construction zone with your last shred of sanity holding it all together.... continue reading

To the Busy Parent Who Wants to Disciple Their Kids

Melissa Swain | Aug. 2, 2022

If your schedule looks anything like mine, it can make a person uninitiated in the realm of color-coded calendars dizzy. There’s a color dedicated to this kid, a color dedicated to that kid. One for work stuff, one for family stuff, and even the dogs have their own special color on the calendar. Ok, so the dogs don’t have a lot of appointments, but once you go down that color-coding rabbit hole, you just can’t leave them out. Or maybe you’re more of a non-calendar person and sticky notes are your thing. Whatever your method is, if you have kids, you’re probably busier than you want to be.... continue reading

To the Parent Who Wants to Disciple Their Kids But Doesn’t Know Where to Start

Melissa Swain | Aug. 1, 2022

Parenting is a wild ride, isn’t it? Nothing can adequately prepare you. Parenting books, blogs, and podcasts are all great. But they only scratch the surface of what it’s like to have your own kid. There are so many paths to parenthood, no one gets there quite the same. But when that precious life is placed in your arms, you are changed forever. And you might freak out a little. So many thoughts race through your head, but I think one every parent can identify with is that we don’t want to fail our kids. ... continue reading

Five Fascinating Facts about Queen Elizabeth II

Alison Mitchell | June 2, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II has been Britain’s queen for over 70 years, having become queen in 1926 when she was just 25 years old. During her reign she has worked with 14 British prime ministers and met every US president since Harry S. Truman (except for President Lyndon B. Johnson). She has also met chart-topping pop stars, medal-winning athletes, and knew the Bible teachers Billy Graham and John Stott. Her travels have taken her to over 110 countries across six continents, making her Britain’s best-traveled as well as longest-reigning monarch.... continue reading

How to Host a "Forever Party" to Help Kids Understand Eternity

Bethany McIlrath | May 1, 2022

Joni Eareckson Tada’s new kid’s book The Awesome Super Fantastic Forever Party helps kids understand—and get excited about—a future forever with Jesus. 

To help this wonderful truth stick, kids benefit from hearing the storybook and engaging with it and the concepts via games, crafts, coloring and more. Throwing a “Forever Party” for your family or a kid’s ministry is a great way to make the truth about forever-with-Jesus memorable.

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The True Story of The Queen Who Chose To Serve

Alison Mitchell | April 21, 2022

The following text is the full biography featured in the back of our new children’s book from Alison Mitchell, highlighting the Christian faith that has underpinned Queen Elizabeth II’s remarkable reign. This beautifully illustrated book can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 or older.... continue reading

Five Points to Consider When Telling Bible Stories to Children

Tim Thornborough | April 19, 2022

When God made us, he hard-wired us to listen to, tell, repeat, create and absorb stories. It’s no surprise then, that when our creator chose to reveal himself to us, the book he gave us—the Bible—is packed full of profound, intriguing and emotionally-charged stories.... continue reading

Three Ways Our New Activity Book Gets Kids into the Bible

Avery Powers | March 24, 2022

You’ve heard of Disney World; now welcome to Bible World!

This explorative activity book visualizes various Bible genres as a series of “lands” in a theme park with detailed, fun and colorful Where's Waldo-style illustrations.... continue reading

Raising Bible-Friendly Kids

Mike Nappa | March 22, 2022

"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6). An endless array of choices peeks over the shelf’s edge. Which book will Tony choose for his bedtime story tonight? Clifford the Big Red Dog? Goodnight Moon (for the hundredth time!)?... continue reading

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