Nicely illustrated Bible stories.
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Kids church for every level. Pre-K through Grade 12.
This site has Short Bible stories with a good parent discussion guide, printable worksheets.
There are many ways to encourage your family in the faith. What will work for one person won't necessarily work for another. But it is important to regularly do something with your kids to encourage their growth. And guess what...you get to grow too!
Director of Families
This site has Bible Stories, but also 5-minute videos that talk about subjects like Messiah, holiness, sin, and the Holy Spirit. There are also summaries of every book in the Bible. Challenge your older elementary students to learn more about their faith. Youtube
There are many great options. Here are a few favorites.
The Jesus Storybook Bible
This has great illustrations, and it weaves the story of redemption through Bible Stories.
Good & Evil
The Story of the Bible told in comic book form, this version draws a connecting thread through the whole Word.
The Kingstone Series - The Life of Christ
Read the Bible in a series of small comic-books. There is one on the life of Christ, and another on Old Testament Heroes.
The Action Bible
A popular full-length Bible for kids told in comic-book form...engaging!
Need a Bible with some actions for kids? This one has experiences that help kids interact with the Bible narrative.
Adventure Bible Handbook
For independent readers, this Bible handbook weaves archeological finds with cultural insights.
The Child's Story Bible
For kids who can listen to a longer story (20 minutes) without many illustrations, this is a collection of thoughtfully-told Bible Stories coupled with spiritual insights.
The Beginner's Bible
For the very young, this has delightful illustrations and quick stories, it is a good first Bible stories.
Reading together buildings a common culture within your house. Read these aloud to your kids, and you all will enjoy them and get new insights into faith!
Chronicles of Narnia
This 7-book series is a delightful read. Rich in allegory, they will delight your family and give you fresh insights into the Christian life. Want to try just one? #2, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, is a great entry point to the series (and the first one written).
Tales of the Kingdom
Loved Narnia? You might enjoy this trilogy, as rich in allegory as Narnia, but set in a more modern time and place. Lots of spiritual insights.
Religious Heritage Series
Learn Christian history together. Read about the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther, the Anabaptists - there is a lot to our faith through the centuries! A good first read is The Beggar's Bible by Louise A. Verson.
Then & Now Series
Christian biographies of the last century or two. Eric Liddell, an Olympic athlete, gave up sports to preach the Gospel in Africa. Elizabeth Elliot raised her kids living among the same Amazon tribe that speared her husband to death to reach them with the Gospel. Learn Stories of people who gave up everything to follow Jesus wherever he would lead them. Great for young readers, or good read-alouds for families.
After dinner, before bed...here are some short devotionals to get you thinking and talking together.
Jesus Calling for Kids
A brief devotional based on scripture written as though God is talking to you though His word. Beautiful, brings Scripture to life, and...for busy families...SHORT (2 min).
After God's Own Heart
Buy and discuss with your kids or in a group. A book/workbook for your child to complete that challenges them to think about sibling and friend relationships as part of their Spiritual Walk. Very practical for kids.
If you have time in the car together, radio theater is a great way to experience good books together. More engaging than a simple read-aloud, these have character voicings, sound effects, and they bring the story to life.
Focus on the Family
Chronicles of Narnia
Adventures in Odyssey
One of the most popular kids series of all times. Great for car rides and healthy conversations with your kids, this blends Christian entertainment with ideas and lessons of spiritual development.
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God's Quiet Things
Shhh, listen...you can hear God in the quiet things.
The Errant Knight
How we live when God's call thwarts our plans...faithfully serving the king. Beautiful story.
Why do some people fear the light? The Story of redemption, beautifully told.
It will be OK
Trusting God through Fear and Change.
God Gave Us Heaven
Dealing with loss and grief in light of heaven.
Delightful. Silly. Clean. Bible stories told in an engaging way - through singing vegetables - this series will have your kids laughing and singing spiritual truths and silly songs all the way from childhood to adulthood.
This series brings the Bible to life. You can watch it on YouTube, or download an app and watch it there - it is a fabulous way to engage with the Gospel!
The Gospel of Matthew
Watch word-for-word renderings of the Gospels all for free on Neflix. Beautifully done, these bring the culture and the characters to life.
Apologetics is asking and answering (or pondering) what the Bible says of serious questions about faith and life. Why is there suffering in the world? Why do good people die? Where is God in our dark moments? What does the Bible have to say to these very real questions?
Talking with your Kids About Jesus: 30 Conversations Every Parent Must Have
Your child will have many challenges to their faith. How do you talk effectively about them? This causes you to think about how prepare your kids to be challenged in their faith.
Heaven for Kids
Will we wear clothes in heaven? Will we have to go to school? Is heaven like a church service? Will we know everything when we die? Written in question and answer form, this is a great way to awaken a thirst in your kids for eternal life and eternity with God.
Cold-Case Christianity for Kids
Explore the proofs for Christianity with a real homicide detective.