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  • Your Amazing Hands

    $14.99

    This charming rhyming book celebrates God’s good design for our hands, motivating children aged 3+ to use their hands to glorify God.

    Children will be inspired by all the creative and interesting things their hands can do–they can even use them to bring comfort and joy to others! They’ll discover that Jesus had hands just like ours and that he always used his hands in the most amazing ways, including to save us.

    Not only that: the way that Jesus used his hands means that we can be forgiven when we use our hands in the wrong way. Children are invited to pray for forgiveness when they make mistakes, and for help to use their hands in the ways God intends. The book’s fun rhyming style and colorful illustrations make it easy to engage with this life-altering message of repentance, forgiveness, and grace-fueled obedience.

    Your Amazing Hands is part of the Training Young Hearts series, which consists of board books for toddlers as well as rhyming books for children over 3. All the books in the series train young hearts through the gospel, both by showing Jesus as an example and by explaining how his grace enables us to change. Parents, teachers and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviours need to be both corrected and connected to forgiveness, grace and growth.

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  • Para Que Son Las Bocas – (Spanish)

    $8.99

    Ayuda practica para padres criando hijos sobre el fundamento del evangelio.

    Con pestaas para levantar, estos libros divertidos motivan a los nios pequeos (de entre dos acuatro aos de edad) a usar sus bocas como Cristo.

    Esta herramienta de entrenamiento util y cautivadora ayudara a los padres a ensearles a sus hijos que Dios no hizo sus bocas para comportamientos como morder o mentir, sino para cosas positivas como dar besos, masticar, cantar, pedir perdon y decir la verdad. No solo alienta a los nios a seguir el ejemplo de Jesus, sino que les asegura que el nos ama sin importar lo que hagamos. El nos puede perdonar cuando fallamos, y nos puede ayudar a cambiar. Este libro es parte de una serie titulada Entrenando corazones jovenes que trata con las actitudes del corazon que apuntalan comportamientos y explica como el evangelio de la gracia nos hace posible cambiar. Los padres, los maestros y otros seres queridos pueden consultar estos recursos cuando ciertos comportamientos necesitan ser tanto corregidos como asociados con el perdon, la gracia y el crecimiento.

    Practical help for parents raising kids on the foundation of the gospel.

    Fun lift-the-flap board book that encourages small children, ages 2 to 4, to use their mouths in a Christlike way.

    This helpful and engaging training tool will help parents to teach their kids that God didn’t make their mouths for behaviors like biting or lying, but for positive actions like giving kisses, chewing, singing, asking for forgiveness, and telling the truth. Not only will children be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, but they’ll also be reassured that he loves us no matter what we do. He can forgive us when we fail, and he can help us to change. This book is part of the Training Young Hearts series, which addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change. Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace, and growth.

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  • Para Que Son Las Manos – (Spanish)

    $8.99

    Ayuda practica para padres criando hijos sobre el fundamento del evangelio.

    Con pestaas para levantar, estos libros divertidos motivan a los nios pequeos (de entre dos a cuatro aos de edad) a usar sus manos como Cristo.

    Esta herramienta de entrenamiento util y cautivadora ayudara a los padres a ensearles a sus hijos que Dios no hizo sus manos para comportamientos como arrebatar, empujar o pegar, sino para cosas positivas como saludar, aplaudir, orar, chocar los cinco, ayudar y servir. No solo alienta a los nios a seguir el ejemplo de Jesus, sino que les asegura que el nos ama sin importar lo que hagamos. El nos puede perdonar cuando fallamos, y nos puede ayudar a cambiar. Este libro es parte de una serie titulada Entrenando corazones jovenes que trata con las actitudes del corazon que apuntalan comportamientos y explica como el evangelio de la gracia nos hace posible cambiar. Los padres, los maestros y otros seres queridos pueden consultar estos recursos cuando ciertos comportamientos necesitan ser tanto corregidos como asociados con el perdon, la gracia y el crecimiento.

    Practical help for parents raising kids on the foundation of the gospel.

    Fun lift-the-flap board book that encourages small children, ages two to four, to use their hands in a Christlike way.

    This helpful and engaging training tool will help parents to teach their kids that God didn’t make their hands for behaviors like snatching, pushing, or hitting but for positive actions like waving, clapping, praying, high-fiving, helping, and serving. Not only will children be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, but they’ll also be reassured that he loves us no matter what we do. He can forgive us when we fail, and he can help us to change. This book is part of the Training Young Hearts series, which addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change. Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace, and growth.

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  • Big Questions Complete Collection

    $59.99

    As kids grow up, they start to ask big questions about God, the Bible, and how the Christian faith intersects with the world around them. How do we know that Christianity is really true? Why does God let bad things happen? Who am I, and why do I matter?

    Big questions like these deserve good answers.

    Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew has been answering tough questions from young people for over a decade. Big Questions is a series of fun and fast-paced books walking kids aged 9-13 through what the Bible says about life, helping them to grow in confident and considered faith. Now you can get all six books in this stylish slipcase.

    With relatable stories, engaging Bible teaching, and illustrative doodles at the start of each chapter, these apologetics books are great for kids, tweens, or teens who have no church background, as well as for believers looking to deepen the foundations of their faith.

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  • What Are Eyes For

    $11.99

    Fun lift-the-flap board book that motivates small children to use their eyes in a Christ-like way.

    This helpful and engaging training tool will help parents to teach their kids that God didn’t make their eyes to look down on others, but for positive things like watching, blinking, squinting and winking.

    Not only will children be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, but they’ll also be reassured that he loves us no matter what we do. He can forgive us when we fail and help us to change.

    This book is part of a series called Training Young Hearts, that addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change.

    Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace and growth.

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  • What Are Ears For

    $11.99

    Fun lift-the-flap board book that motivates small children to use their ears in a Christ-like way.

    This helpful and engaging training tool will help parents to teach their kids that God didn’t make their ears so that they could ignore instructions, but for positive things like hearing all kinds of noises and sounds, and especially to hear and obey God’s word.

    Not only will children be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, but they’ll also be reassured that he loves us no matter what we do. He can forgive us when we fail and help us to change.

    This book is part of a series called Training Young Hearts, that addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change.

    Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace and growth.

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  • What Are Mouths For

    $11.99

    This fun lift-the-flap board book motivates small children to use their mouths in a Christ-like way.

    A helpful and engaging training tool, parents will be able to teach their kids not to use their mouths to bite or lie, but to give kisses, chew, sing, ask for forgiveness and tell the truth, because those are the things that Jesus says are good, and he knows what’s best for us.

    Children will be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, and they will be reassured that he loves us so much that he can forgive us when we fail, and help us to change.

    This book is part of a new series called Training Young Hearts that addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change.

    Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace and growth.

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  • What Are Hands For

    $11.99

    This fun lift-the-flap board book motivates small children to use their hands in a Christ-like way.

    Parents will be able to teach their kids not to use their hands to snatch, push or hit but to wave, clap, pray, high five, help and serve, because those are the things that Jesus says are good, and he knows what’s best for us.

    Children will be encouraged to follow Jesus’ example, and they will be reassured that he loves us so much that he can forgive us when we fail, and help us to change.

    This book is part of a new series called Training Young Hearts that addresses the attitudes of the heart that underpin behavior and explains how the gospel of grace enables us to change.

    Parents, teachers, and other loved ones can refer back to these resources when specific behaviors need both to be corrected and to be connected to forgiveness, grace and growth.

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  • How Can I Be Sure Whats Right And Wrong

    $12.99

    How can I be sure what’s right and wrong? Is it all just a matter of opinion? Do we really need God to tell us how to be good people, or can we just figure it out for ourselves? What about situations where there is no one right answer, or when we disagree with others about what the best thing to do is?

    In this fun and fast-paced book, Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew walks 9-13-year-olds through various questions about morality. He makes the case that there is such a thing as right and wrong, and that we need to go to God for solid and satisfying answers.

    Features:
    – An apologetic case for objective morality which connects with the culture today’s children are growing up in

    – Points children to the grace and truth of the gospel message

    – Includes chapters on disagreeing well with others

    – Written for kids who don’t yet identify as Christians as well as those who do

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  • How Can I Feel Closer To God

    $12.99

    Sooner or later, kids ask big questions about themselves and their faith: If God is real, why doesn’t he feel real? How can I make him seem less far away? What does a relationship with Jesus actually look like? What about when going to church or reading the Bible just feels boring and pointless?

    Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew has been answering big questions from kids for over a decade. In this fun and fast-paced book, he shows children how to grow in their relationship with God through the ordinary yet powerful habits of everyday discipleship: prayer, Bible reading, church community, rest and simplicity.

    Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for 9-13s to engage with. Readers will be helped to develop a vibrant, living and life-altering faith of their own as they learn to walk with Jesus day by day.

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  • Queen Elizabeth 2

    $14.99

    Princess Elizabeth never expected to be Queen. But when she was ten, her uncle, King Edward VIII, abdicated and everything changed… Her father took over as King, but after 15 years on the throne, he died. So when she was just 25 years old, Elizabeth was crowned Queen and has become the longest-serving monarch in British history.

    This inspiring children’s biography of Queen Elizabeth II chronicles key moments in her life. It also highlights her Christian faith, in particular what she has said in her Christmas Day speeches.

    Young children will learn more about the incredible life and faith of Britain’s longest-serving monarch and they will be inspired about the great things they can do for God.

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  • Who Am I And Why Do I Matter

    $12.99

    Sooner or later, kids ask big questions about themselves and their faith: Who am I? Where do I fit in? Am I good enough? What do people think of me? What does God think of me?

    Christian Studies teacher and school chaplain Chris Morphew has been answering big questions from kids for over a decade. In this warm, empathetic book, he shows children how to embrace and enjoy their identity as those loved by God and made in his image. He also gives lots of practical advice on how to remember what God says about who they really are.

    Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for 9-13s to engage with. Readers will be helped to replace fear and anxiety with faith and confidence as they find their self-worth in what God says about them.

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  • How Do We Know Christianity Is Really True

    $12.99

    Looks at how we know Christianity is really true, to help 9-13s grow in confident and considered faith.

    Sooner or later, kids have big questions about God, life, faith, and the Bible, especially when their friends start asking them about what they believe. A common one is: How do we know Christianity is really true?

    Big questions deserve good answers. This pithy, fun, and fast-paced book looks at what the Bible says to help 9-13s think through this big question for themselves. It explains why we can trust the Gospels as real historical documents and walks through the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection. Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for this age group to engage with.

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  • What Happens When We Die

    $12.99

    Looks at what the Bible says about what happens when we die, to help 9-13s grow in confident and considered faith.

    Sooner or later, kids have big questions about God, life, faith, and the Bible, especially when their friends start asking them about what they believe. A common one is: What happens when we die?

    Big questions deserve good answers. This warm, empathetic book looks at what the Bible says to help 9-13s think through this big question for themselves. It tackles common fears and stereotypes about the afterlife, and will excite readers about the promise of the new creation. Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for this age group to engage with.

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  • Why Does God Let Bad Things Happen

    $12.99

    Looks at what the Bible says about why God lets bad things happen, to help 9-13s grow in confident and considered faith.

    Sooner or later, kids have big questions about God, life, faith, and the Bible, especially when their friends start asking them about what they believe. A common one is: Why does God let bad things happen?

    Big questions deserve good answers. This warm, reassuring, and fast-paced book looks at what the Bible says to help 9-13s think through this big question for themselves. It puts the problem of suffering in the context of the Bible’s big story, and encourages readers to see that whatever they’re facing, Jesus is with them. Lively stories and illustrations make this book easy for this age group to engage with.

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