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Prisoners The Earthquake And The Midnight Song Coloring And Activity Book$5.99Read more
This coloring and activity book contains 32 pages of coloring, puzzles, mazes and activities for children 4-8 years old.
It is based around the Bible storybook written by Bob Hartman and illustrated by Catalina Echeverri: a fun and compelling retelling from Acts 16 of how a Philippian jailer and his family learned the wonderful truth about Jesus Christ.
My Epic Doodletastic Bible Storybook$12.99Read more
Get out your coloring tools and pencils! You can draw and doodle along to this fun and interactive illustrated Bible storybook that takes children ages 6-12 through 60 stories from the Old and New Testaments.
In the My Epic Doodletastic Bible Storybook, kids will love following the arrows zipping across the pages, pausing to read the callout boxes with jokes and questions and using their creativity to color in the line-drawn illustrations. The unique format will also guide them through the Bible, helping readers see the parallels and links within the stories, all while drawing attention to wider biblical themes and showing how everything is connected–and that God is the author of it all.
With over 250 pages and 60 Bible stories that cover Genesis to Revelation, My Epic Doodletastic Bible Storybook includes all your favorite biblical characters as well as important stories and people that may be less familiar. Give your kids the opportunity to engage with stories from the Bible in a whole new way with My Epic Doodletastic Bible Storybook!
Prisoners The Earthquake And The Midnight Song$9.99Read more
Using simple sentences and stunning illustrations, this 16-page board book retells the story of Paul and the Philippian jailer.
From the sounds of Paul and Silas singing at midnight to the scary rumbling of an earthquake, young children are encouraged to imagine each sound as they follow the story. Finally, with the sound of singing, they rejoice with the jailer and his family as they all become followers of Jesus Christ.
Prisoners The Earthquake And The Midnight Song$16.99Read more
Teach children about Jesus’ ongoing power to save through the proclamation of the gospel and through the presence of the Holy Spirit.
Based on Acts 16, this is a fun and compelling retelling of how a Philippian jailer and his family learned the wonderful truth about Jesus Christ.
The ascended Jesus’ ongoing power to save through the proclamation of the gospel and through the presence of the Holy Spirit is imaginatively and powerfully brought to life by Bob Hartman.
Bob is a compelling storyteller and author of the Lion Storyteller Bible, which has sold over 130,000 copies in the UK and has been translated into 11 languages, and of YouVersion’s Bible App for Kids.
Children will discover…
* Jesus’ ongoing power to save through the proclamation of the gospel and through the presence of the Holy Spirit.
* The powerful witness of Paul and Silas, who sung while they were held captive and refused to break free when an earthquake destroyed the prison they were trapped in.
* How they can tell others the good news of Jesus Christ.
* How to imagine the sights and sounds of a Bible story.
Ideal for children aged 3-6.
Bob Hartmans Rhyming Bible$31.99Add to cart
Internationally acclaimed storyteller and best-selling children’s author Bob Hartman re-tells classic Bible stories in rhyme. Featuring popular tales from the Old and New Testaments, this is an ideal book for a parent to read with a child or for use in any storytelling setting with young children. Bob Hartman’s fresh take on these well-loved stories are a joy to read aloud with any child, and also lend themselves to be used in any storytelling setting with children (toddler groups and all-age services).
Paul Man On A Mission$11.99Add to cart
Paul wasn’t one of Jesus’ friends – in fact he really didn’t like the whole “Jesus crew” at all. They were wrong! Even worse, they were telling lies that confused people about how to live properly in God’s way. But Paul’s life-journey is about to be dramatically turned upside down when he actually meets Jesus himself. In a blinding-flash encounter he is given an assignment from God in a mission that will change the lives of Jewish and Gentile people across the world from the first century right through to today. Here storyteller and scribe, Maximus details Paul’s dangerous, thrilling, and adventurous journeys.