Beaming Books

Help kids manage their thoughts

This guided illustrated meditation teaches children how to breathe, find different ways to think about their positive and negative thoughts, and ultimately learn they have the ability to feel calm and at peace.


Welcome springtime with a splish-splash!

Running around outside after a rain storm can be imaginative and fun—especially when you learn to play together with others!


New this Spring

Memory Book

Create a book of memories, photos, and keepsakes to remember a lost loved one with this comforting journal.

This is the Church

A thoughtful introduction to all of the wonderful things church can be and do and mean.

Little Mole Finds Hope

A charming tale about how hope can always be found—you just need to know where to look.

Prayers for Faithful Families

From the first day of school to the death of a pet, this book equips parents to turn both ordinary and extraordinary moments into opportunities to teach kids about God’s loving presence in their lives.

What’s in Your Mind Today?

A guided, illustrated meditation to help kids feel calm in the midst of thoughts that come and go.

Where the Best Stories Hide

An inspirational story about the power of creativity and imagination—and the courage it takes to show it to the world.

From the Blog

We know that literature, art, music, and activities help create conversation, lift spirits, and bring people together from all over the world. During this unprecedented time, while children and parents are at home, churches are closing their physical gathering spaces, and we’re all practicing social distancing, connection and community are more important than ever. 

Open Rights During COVID-19

We know that times right now are scary and uncertain. Your family’s schedule is likely disrupted, especially with the temporary closure of many schools. It’s important to fill the days with activities that keep kids engaged (and parents sane!). Here is a list of resources and activities from our blog and website to help you plan out the days ahead.

Activities & Resources

Easter is a central holiday to the Christian faith, and its celebration is a wonderful time for the church community to come together. But sometimes it is easy to overlook the fact that children don't yet understand how all the different parts of Jesus's life, death, and resurrection fit together. Celebrating Easter with children without them understanding Good Friday, which comes before it, is like jumping to the triumphant end of a movie without watching everything that leads up to it. Yet, parents and other caregivers often find it difficult to teach children about something as serious and sad as Good Friday. Where does one even start? Below are our tips to help you begin this conversation with children.

How to Talk to Your Kids About Good Friday