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Children’s Resources

These are some of Andrew's favorite children's resources! If you’re looking for faith-building entertainment for the children in your life, this is a great place to start.


You’ve heard the fairy tale of Jack and the Beanstalk, but have you heard the true story of Hannah and the beanstalk? Sometimes fairy tales do come true—especially when you add unwavering confidence in God and His Word!

Stinky Owl has a problem—his favorite meal is skunk! Can you guess the rest? This illustrated book by author Melanie Burgess is a great read and introduces the birds in the aviary at Rocky Gap State Park.

Tradition holds that three wise men sought to find the King of the Jews, but The Servant King story opens with four. Make the journey with Zargon, the “fourth” wise man from Persia, as he journeys to find The Servant King.

What Will Become of Clay? tells the story of a lump of clay being shaped on the potter’s wheel and deciding he wants to be, not a cup, but a bowl instead. This is a story of grace, redemption, and love, as the potter helps lead him back to his true path.

Bible Lines is a Bible study book containing sixteen lessons. Each lesson is designed to help the reader understand the Bible passage, and also includes follow up questions. The lessons are best used in groups of two or more to facilitate discussion and interaction.

Video Programs

The Garden teaches children the value and meaning behind friendship, trust, loyalty, and working together. And, best of all, it’s all wrapped in practical teachings from the Bible that kids can understand and apply to their daily lives!

Watch The Garden on GospelTruth.TV on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. (MT)

The Way will excite children about God’s Word through a variety of Bible teachings. Your kids will learn about healing, the love of God, the compassion of Jesus, and more. In addition, your kids will enjoy virtual trips to Bible-related events and locations!

Watch The Way on GospelTruth.TV on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:45 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. (MT)