Frolic Preschool Bible
A great follow-up to the Frolic First Bible, perfect for emerging readers.
Honestly: Telling the Truth about the Bible and Ourselves
It's no wonder modern Christians have trouble with the truth after living for so long with lies about the Bible. This book aims to set the record straight and encourage honest conversation about the Bible and ourselves. It explores a number of big topics through the lenses of truth and faith.
Frolic First Bible
This delightful picture Bible tells 20 of the Bible's most beloved stories from creation to the resurrection and introduces little ones to God's love and care.
Lift-the-Flap Christmas Stories for Young Children
With surprises to uncover and reveal on every page, this collection of Christmas stories features the angel Gabriel's visit to Mary, Mary's journey to her cousin Elizabeth, and the birth of Jesus. Full of colorful and bright scenes, this lift-the-flap book invites the youngest children to celebrate the birth of God's Son.
The Story of Us
With poetic text and luminous illustrations, this stunning picture book written by award-winning author Mitali Perkins invites readers to experience the biblical redemption story in a whole new way.
Little Prayers for Everyday Life
An illustrated prayer book with prayers for the ordinary and extraordinary moments in a child's life.
Between the Listening and the Telling: How Stories Can Save Us
In Between the Listening and the Telling, Mark Yaconelli leads readers into an enchanting meditation on the power of storytelling. Stories can be medicine, helping individuals and communities address the despair of climate change, the trauma of school shootings, and the daily struggle for meaning and hope.
God's Holy Darkness
In God's Holy Darkness, Sharei Green and Beckah Selnick deconstruct anti-Blackness in Christian theology by celebrating instances in the story of God's people when darkness, blackness, and night are beautiful, good, and holy. Perfect for reading and anti-racist reflection in worship and as an affirmation and celebration with children.
God Made Feelings: A Book about Emotions
God made us with all sorts of emotions. Joy, boredom, shyness, anger, happiness: what do these feel like? How can we handle them?
Salty: Lessons on Eating, Drinking, and Living from Revolutionary Women
Film critic and food writer Alissa Wilkinson sits down with a hypothetical table of smart, engaging, revolutionary women of the twentieth century to explore the ways food centered each woman's creative work. As we meet these multifaceted women, we learn how to live with courage, smarts, saltiness, and sometimes feasting--even in uncertain times.
Spark Story Bible Devotions for Kids
Spark Story Bible Devotions for Kids takes kids on a journey through 100 of the most well-known Bible stories with questions for reflection, key verses, prayers, and family activity ideas.
Good Morning, World!: A Book about Morning Routines
It's a new day! Kids can follow along with the Frolic friends as they go through their morning routines, and learn about how to incorporate God into every day.
Mother God introduces readers to a dozen images of God inspired by feminine descriptions from Scripture.
You Mean It or You Don't: James Baldwin's Radical Challenge
It is not enough to hold progressive views on racial justice, LGBTQ+ identity, and economic inequality. Through a rich examination of James Baldwin's writing and interviews, You Mean It or You Don't spurs today's progressives from conviction to action, from dreaming of justice to living it out in our communities, churches, and neighborhoods.
Jesus is Risen!: An Easter Pop-Up Book
The story of Jesus' resurrection and ascension is told with vibrant pop-ups by renowned paper artist Agostino Traini.
I Can Help: A Book about Helping Others
The Frolic friends are big helpers! Rufus, Ava, Jo, Uri, and Hal discover different ways they can show love and care for others by helping.
A Gospel for All Ages: Teaching and Preaching with the Whole Church
A Gospel for All Ages helps ministry practitioners craft messages to foster faith in people of all ages. It explores several strategies for proclaiming the gospel among intergenerational faith communities, including meaningful conversation, vibrant worship, and experiential education. Reflection questions and practical advice from experts included.
Maybe God Is Like That Too
A young boy asks where God is in his city. His grandma shows him that where love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control are, there too is God.
Minneapolis-based poet and playwright Ty Chapman's child's-eye view of a protest provides an entre for children to learn and talk about racial injustice and the importance of community.
All the Ways Our Dead Still Speak: A Funeral Director on Life, Death, and the Hereafter
What if our dead remain with us? What if the hereafter intersects with the here and now? In All the Ways Our Dead Still Speak, sixth-generation funeral director Caleb Wilde takes readers on a lyrical, tender quest to encounter the hereafter. Through stories of grieving family members who remain, we witness the thin places between life and death.
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