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When two Israelite spies come to her door seeking a place to hide, God’s special plan for Rahab is revealed. And because of her faithfulness and courage, God saves her and her family, redeeming her life and making her a part of Jesus’ family tree.
Delight in the story of Little Lion and Daddy Lion, as Little Lion tries to find his father’s favorite sound. Much like our Heavenly Father desires to hear from us, discover that the three most important words a parent or child can hear is “I love you.”
When adopted son Calvin learns about his family for a class assignment, he discovers his parents were praying for him 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 God’s plan.
God made so many wonderful things, but we are by far His greatest work of art. Share that precious truth with your little one with this unique children’s book. Boys and girls will learn about how they are made in His image and about God’s creation.
Written for children experiencing moments of separation anxiety or other common fears, Quinn’s Promise Rock reminds kids that God will always be there for them, whatever happens or wherever they go. Share this comforting truth with your child today.
Little ones adjusting to being big brothers and sisters for the first time will be able to experience having a new baby at home through the eyes of a dog and his toddler best friend, making the transition of having a new sibling even smoother.
The Bible is filled with amazing promises for young and old alike. Children will love practicing their ABCs and learning these simple Scripture verses, introducing them to God’s Word in a fun and colorful way.
Learn the story of Deborah, an imaginative and perceptive young girl who grows up to be a natural leader, sharing God’s will with His people and helping them solve difficult problems. With God’s help, you can be just like Deborah—called and courageous!
Austin loves playing flag football, but his team has lost six games in a row and he doesn’t like losing. When Austin’s team starts cheating to win, will he stand up for what’s right? And what would you do if you were in Austin’s shoes?
It seems everyone in Buttercup Grove is having a bad day. But Raccoon turns his friends’ frowns upside down with an invitation to join him at Skunk’s house to make apple pie. In the end, kindness and friendship make everyone’s bad day better.
When Maria’s family signs her up for the soccer team in her new town, Maria gets scared. She’s never tried soccer before. Coach Tony and Coach Lauren help Maria find the courage to try something new. What have you wanted to try but were afraid to?