The story of Enoch in Genesis 5 teaches us that having faith in God on earth means we will live with him forever in heaven.
Moses’s famous last words remind us to stay positive, even in the bad times.
Want to learn how to think about money? It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
What is water baptism all about, and why do we do it at church? It seems a little weird to a kid.
Josiah was a king in the Old Testament, starting at age 8! And he listened to God from the very beginning.
It doesn’t matter how much you know about the Bible if you have never trusted Jesus to make you born again.
Jesus came to make friends with us, even when we don’t deserve it.
Your relationship with God is like driving in a car. There’s a right way and a wrong way.
There are certain things every Christian kid should believe. Here are three of them.
When three Jewish friends were told they had to worship the wrong god, their faith was put to the test. It’s one of the most famous Bible stories ever!
At a golf tournament the whole world got to see the character of one of the best new golfers, and he proved that real winners are good losers.
The future seems scary if you think about it… unless you remember that God is in charge of it!
Growing as a Christian kid works a lot like how a tree grows. To have strong branches you need good roots.
Poison is all around us – not just the kind that can hurt our bodies, but the kind that can hurt the way we think.
Psalm 139 is one of the most popular psalms in the whole Bible, and it talks about how God pursues us even before we look for Him.
God uses some pretty unimportant animals to teach us some really important lessons.
What is baptism? You may have heard your parents or people talking about it at church. Here’s why you should do it if you’re a Christian.
Self-control is about being in control of your thoughts, emotions, and actions.
The church isn’t the building you go to on Sundays to worship God, it’s the people who are inside the building!
Wisdom isn’t just for owls. It’s for every kid who wants to pursue God!
God doesn’t make us feel bad when we mess up. He gives us the gift of grace.