This book series is now on audio in our Children’s Audio Book Section. “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth his handiwork.” There aren’t many nature books I can think of
The Fall of the Red Apple: The Drowning of an Empire is a historical re-enactment of the conquest of the city of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks and how it pertains to the Bible. This
They have no wine. It was not even a request that Mary made to Jesus at the wedding in Cana. She only had to state the need, and she knew that Jesus would respond to
Class Overview Template Bible School season will soon be here for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere! If you are teaching a children’s class at Bible School, you may find this overview template useful
Thanks to Karen P. for our artwork today!
The book of Acts is chalked full of references of our brethren being bound for the sake of the Gospel. Here are just some examples: 12:6-7 20:22-25 21:10-13 22:25 28:20 Purpose of the Game: Build
As we mentioned in one of our posts last week, it’s that time of year again when Sunday Schools are starting to wrap up for the summer holidays … well, in the Northern Hemisphere anyway!
Well, I have bad news and good news today. I’ll start with the bad news… Sarx and the Thorn (by Martha Sales) is no longer in print. Sarx and the Thorn is a story about
Today’s resource is called a “Good Ground Journal” – it was first put together by a sister for her children to learn to take notes during meeting and has since spread to be used by
“For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the
Thanks to Julie S. for our photo today!
This week we would like to share with you a passport that goes along with the journeys of the Apostle Paul. It was originally created as part of the Travelling with Paul Lapbook, but can