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Here’s a list of great Bible teaching resources from around the web you can use at home with your children.

Allstar Kids Club GO

Allstar Kids Club GO

Working with awesome award winning producers and musicians as well as local kids pastors and writers,  TV studios with big ideas, dreams and with a heart for kids and Jesus, we hope that Allstars Kids Club will be a great new home for Kids worship and media on planet earth! We love to give our content away or make available and amazing prices and rely on support from some amazing people all over the world who share in our vision to see children of all nations and background hear the good news of Jesus.

Visit: allstarskidsclub.com/GO

Spring Harvest Virtual Sunday School

Spring Harvest Virtual Sunday School

Spring Harvest have launched a brand new YouTube channel where they are running a Virtual Sunday School! Stay tuned each week for a new session, with story-telling, crafts and a whole lot of fun. Check out the other videos and subscribe to the channel to catch the latest videos.

Visit: youtube.com

Douglas Talks

Douglas Talks

Douglas Talks is a Christian video series meant to help parents and teachers explain Biblical truths to their kids in a way that is fun and easy to understand. Join Douglas as he learns to live God's way!

Visit: douglastalks.com

The Kitchen Table Project

The Kitchen Table Project

Did you know that according to the research, just 50% of children growing up in Christian homes will keep their faith as adults. As parents we can change that!

Visit: kitchentable.org.uk

Ask Away Podcast

Ask Away Podcast

Ask Away is a podcast that recognizes that we all have deep questions. How we answer those questions will determine who we become and how we live.

Vince Vitale, Jo Vitale and Michael Davies host a weekly podcast taking on tough questions about the Christian faith. They are open, honest, rigerous and very thoughtful in their discussions. You may find this podcast makes it onto your regular listening list.

Visit: rzim.org/listen/ask-away

Streetlights Audio Bible

Streetlights Audio Bible

Our mission is to translate, teach and proclaim God’s Word through creative communication and innovative production, so that all people, regardless of educational background or knowledge of the Bible, can engage the Scriptures.

We are a team of ‘Digital Scribes’ mobilizing Missional Creatives to translate and teach God’s Word so all people can understand and know Jesus Christ.

Visit: streetlightsbible.com

The Gospel Coalition

The Gospel Coalition

In the book His Word Alone, Summer Lacy writes, “The biggest mistake you can make in regards to studying the Bible is to begin with the assumption that you can’t understand it.” Rather than assume our kids won’t grasp it, how can we purposely equip them for understanding?"

Here’s a helpful article from TGC on ‘How to Teach Kids to Understand the Bible’:

Visit: thegospelcoalition.org

REBOOT (Youth Apologetics)

REBOOT (Youth Apologetics)

REBOOT meets in major cities across the globe to explore questions such as ‘How can we know God exists?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering?’ and ‘Hasn’t science disproved God?’. REBOOT provides a place for young people, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives on life.

Our team of world-class apologists want you to have confidence in what you believe, and the chance to be honest about your doubts. Since its launch in 2013, REBOOT has welcomed hundreds of young people to its conferences, and we want you to be part of our story.

Visit: zachariastrust.org/reboot

What's In The Bible?

What’s In The Bible?

Years ago, we developed JellyTelly with Phil Vischer, in the hopes that it would be a one-stop-shop for Christian families looking for great media experiences. We have been working hard to grow JellyTelly and we are SO excited to announce that it is the new home for all your favorite What’s In The Bible? products - along with other great DVDs, Curriculum, activities, and more.

Visit: jellytelly.com

The Bible Project

The Bible Project

The Bible Project is a non-profit animation studio that produces short-form, fully animated videos to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. Their mission is to show how the Bible is a unified story that leads to Jesus.

Visit: thebibleproject.com

VeggieTales

VeggieTales

VeggieTales, created by Big Idea Entertainment, is the leading faith-based studio and producer of children’s and family programming. The bestselling children’s animated cartoon features talking vegetables, led by Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato.

Visit: veggietales.com

Fight The New Drug

Fight The New Drug

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative organization (financed by the LDS) that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.

Visit: fightthenewdrug.org

Digital Natives Kit

Digital Natives Kit

Digital Natives takes an insightful look at the Internet: how most of us use it and how it uses us. The Internet is more than a browser. It is not restricted to a set of applications, a series of global networks, or a common data protocol. To the contrary, the Internet is epitome of “anything, anytime, anywhere.” Digital Natives gives a glimpse into not only the workings of the Internet, but how the church culture is uniquely prone to be ensnared in destructive, online behaviour. It answers the question, “How can we positively influence the next generation?”

Visit: puredesire.org

Parent Zone

Parent Zone

Parent Zone is an expert consultancy in digital family life, responding to the global challenges of the digital age. We empower young people, parents and professionals to build the skillsets needed to analyse and deal with challenges they face. Looking at issues such as bullying, body image, mental health and extremism, we also act as innovators, developing new research and ideas for global influencers and select corporate partners.

Visit: parentzone.org.uk

Get Safe Online

Get Safe Online

Get Safe Online is the UK’s leading source of unbiased, factual and easy-to-understand information on online safety. For millions of people in the UK and billions around the planet, using social media is one of the most natural things we do. However, there a number of risks, whether it’s Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn or any of the multitude of other platforms you might use. These risks arise from the actions of others, or things we do ourselves without thinking about them first. Get Safe Online is a public / private sector partnership supported by HM Government and leading organisations in banking, retail, internet security and other sectors.

Visit: getsafeonline.org

PEGI Games Ratings

PEGI Games Ratings

Ever wondered what the labels on videos games actually mean? Obviously the age refers to what games are deemed to be age-appropriate for, but who decides what is and is not appropriate? PEGI do, they’re the Pan European Game Information service. You can also learn about parental control tools within specific games from this site, it’s very handy.

Visit: pegi.info

Compassion Explorer

Compassion Explorer

Poverty is a complex topic — one that’s difficult to understand and even more difficult to explain to children. Compassion Explorer teaches U.S. children ages 6-10 about issues of poverty in a biblical way. This great family resource is packed with stories of sponsored children around the world, fun crafts, devotionals, recipes and games. Use this hub of free resources to kick off the conversation!

Visit: explorer.compassion.com

Christian Concern

Christian Concern

What you should know about Relationships and Sex Education: Roger Kiska, counsel for the Christian Legal Centre, dispels the myth that LGBT teaching will be a legal requirement in primary schools, and tells you what you really need to know about RSE.

Visit: christianconcern.com