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  • Jesus And The Characters Of Christmas


    Children will learn more about the unlikely people God chose to be part of the greatest, most miraculous story of all-the birth of Jesus.

    Most children know about Jesus, Mary, Joseph, the wise men, and the shepherds, but there’s more to the Christmas story than we see in the traditional Nativity scene.

    From Christ’s ancestors to the angels to the innkeeper, God selected some surprising people to bring about His miracle in the manger. As children discover this diverse cast of characters, they will marvel at how God uses people from different backgrounds-including them!-to accomplish amazing things. Reintroduce your family to the characters of Christmas, and experience anew the awe and wonder of Jesus’s birth.

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  • In Jesus Name I Pray


    This simple story teaches children the biblical model for praying in Jesus’ name and not for their own wants. Kids can take comfort that God hears and answers their prayers when they ask for the things that are important to Him and His Kingdom.

    Someone told TJ the squirrel that he could ask for anything in Jesus’ name and it would happen.

    All the nuts in the entire forest? Done.

    Never to have to work hard again? Sure, no problem.

    To have a big tree house? Why not?

    All TJ needs to do is ask for anything he wants and make sure to say the magic words, “In Jesus’s name.” After all, isn’t that how prayer works?

    Your child will learn along with TJ that praying in Jesus’ name means asking for what the Bible says is important to Jesus-things like obedience, hard work, and thankfulness-not just whatever we want.

    Help your child develop a lifelong habit of effective, biblical prayer.

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  • Hear O Little One


    This lyrical adaptation of Deuteronomy 6:4-9 introduces young children to the “Shema,” a sacred statement of belief that has been recited in the morning and evening through the ages by Jewish believers, including Jesus Himself.

    “These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”
    Deuteronomy 6:4-9

    For centuries, Jewish believers have started and ended their day by saying the Shema, a five-verse passage in the book of Deuteronomy, as a twice-daily reminder to read and meditate on God’s Word.

    Written in rhyme for infants through four-year-olds, Hear, O Little One is a colorful and creative adaptation of the Shema. This innovative board book is intended to be read in the morning and then flipped over and read in the other direction for a different version at nighttime.

    Help your child develop a lifelong love of God and a deep reverence for His Word with this one-of-a-kind children’s book.

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  • Around The World With Matt And Lizzy China


    All Aboard! We’re on Our Way to China!

    Little travelers can pack their imaginary bags and explore China with Matt, Lizzy, and Bentley the dog. They will learn all about the children of China – their culture, language, food, weather, and landmarks – all the while growing in boldness to use their faith and share the love of God near and far.

    In Around the World with Matt & Lizzy, author and traveling missionary Julie Beemer captures children’s imaginations and encourages curiosity about other cultures, while providing Bible application to real life challenges. Children ages 4-9 will love learning how children around the globe are different, yet very much the same.

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  • Carson Chooses Forgiveness


    Choosing to Forgive Is the Right Way to Live

    Carson loved basketball practice with the Trentwood Tigers until Daniel, the star player, started showing off and hogging the ball. When Daniel refuses to pass to Carson during a drill and then makes fun of him, coach Tony and coach Lauren remind Daniel to have a better attitude. But the team, including Carson, is still upset with Daniel.

    Things get worse at Trentwood’s next game when Carson’s teammates hurt their chances of winning by not passing to Daniel. As Carson sits on the bench, watching his team fall further behind and Daniel getting more frustrated, he knows he has a choice to make. Will he continue to be angry at Daniel or reach out to him? With his coaches’ help, Carson learns that even though forgiveness can be difficult, it’s the best way to make things right and move on.

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  • We Chose You


    Every Family is Created by God

    God forms families in many different ways and sizes, but all are equally important and special.

    When adopted son Calvin needs to tell about his family for a class assignment, he discovers his parents were praying for him long before they chose him. Not only that, but God chose them for Calvin. It wasn’t by chance and it wasn’t an accident. It was according to His plan.

    We Chose You was written to communicate to all children, whether birthed or adopted, that they are chosen. That they are secure. That they are loved. This is a message every child needs to hear.

    Let this book give you the words to tell your child about your family’s unique story.

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