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The Very Best Story
The Gospel story in a unique and creative way.
May God Bless You
In gentle rhyming text, Sarah Raymond Cunningham explores the curiosity and wonder of a child’s life.
Little Steps, Big Faith
Dr. Dawn Rundman navigates the research to arrive at surprising insights about how very young children experience God.
Inspire children ages 4-8 to act generously.
The Star in the Christmas Play
Raffi's too tall to get a leading role in the Christmas Play, but he realizes he's just the right size to play the most important part.
Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories for Young Children
A Bible full of surprises for God's youngest children.
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We look for God in big and loud, bold and bright moments. In this passage from 1 Kings in the Old Testament, you will learn that Elijah is looking for the Lord in the wind, earthquake and fire, but only finds God in the silence that follows all of the ruckus.
There is a long-tradition of lighting candles in the front windows of a home at Christmastime. Some customs say that the light of the candle is a sign of welcome, especially to travelers, reminding them that someone inside the home is keeping the fireplace burning warm for their arrival.
As a child, I learned about thankfulness on a visit to a farm. I was raised in cities and suburbs, and in my mind, the grocery store was the origin of all food.
God gives a clear command in Philippians 4:6: Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. When all of our family and friends are gathered around a holiday meal, it is easy to give thanks to God. We feel blessed and grateful when our plates are full and our loved ones are well. But what about when we are tired and worn? How do we give thanks when the dots don’t connect and the pennies don’t stretch? So often, our hearts and minds are filled to capacity with hurt, anger, worry and grief. How do we give thanks in this dark and harsh world that sometimes feels like it is swallowing us?