Teach children the meaning of love with this beautiful book. Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparents’ Day, birthdays--or any occasion where you want to tell someone, “I love you!”
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Gritty and Graceful
15 Inspiring Women of the Bible
When Charley Met Emma
Help kids think about disability, kindness, and how to behave when they meet someone different.
When Day Is Done
A soothing bedtime book, perfect for calming down after a busy day.
Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too
A girl discovers that all it takes is a little kindness and creativity to show love to neighbors.
There's No Wrong Way to Pray
Explore the role of prayer in a child's life with uncommon humor and insight.
Celebrate the wonder and joy of welcoming a new baby into the home.
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Christmas might not be the “most wonderful time of the year” for everyone. Many people struggle through the holidays with much sadness due to loss, broken relationships, sickness or life changes.
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.