Family Resources

“Teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise up.” Deuteronomy 6:7

Experience God’s Word in a fun, surprising and creative manner, in a way that is easy and enjoyable for both the children and the parents, to ignite a hunger that leads families to dig in, crawl inside, explore, and live out God’s truth in everyday life.

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Family Devotions

More than 70 action-packed, easy-to-lead family devotions where you and your kids can have family fun together and learn valuable lessons from God’s Word.

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Bedtime Stories

Enjoy 50 short and funny stories that teach good character based on truths taught in the Bible. Come discover Tribbledy Tibbledy Libbledy Dooth who would never ever tell the truth, a talking sandwich, the boy who never quit eating, a kid with a beard and so much more.

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Home Church

“Home Church” is a series of interactive, Bible-teaching, family-fun videos that the King family leads online to help stir spiritual conversations. In essence, these are video-facilitate family devotions.

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Kids Say the Deepest Things

Discover what kids are thinking and asking. We surveyed hundreds of kids. See their answers to life, Bible and family questions. Some are funny, some are insightful, and some show that kids can say the deepest things. These questions and kid answers are great discussion starters for kids in your family or ministry.

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Gospel Presentation Videos

Share the plan of salvation with your kids. Five 12-minute videos in which Christian Illusionist Kolby King uses creative tools to show how Jesus came to save us from our sins. All 5 sessions are free to use and have been provided by the generosity of churches and individuals.

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How to Lead a Child to Christ

Use a simple drawing to visually illustrate how Jesus saves in a way that a child can easily understand. This is a great method for sharing the Gospel not only with children but with people of all ages too. If a 7 year old can understand it, so can an 87 year old.

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