Sheila Walsh - Is God Still Awake?

In this episode Amy and Mike catch up with author and speaker Sheila Walsh to chat about her journey and new book for kids Is God Still Awake?

In this delightful full-color picture book that teaches children about prayer, bestselling author Sheila Walsh helps you show your kids how, when, and why to talk with God as they learn more of who God is and how much He loves them!

Inspired by the ways God has used her book Praying Women, Sheila Walsh wanted to share her passion for prayer with kids--a passion that began when she was a little girl who wondered if God could hear her any time of the day or night.

Is God Still Awake? introduces curious young readers to Poppy: a little girl who has big questions about God! Poppy wants to know how to talk with God and whether God listens to her. As she goes through her day with her cat by her side, Poppy discovers that God is always there--even when the world is asleep!

With humorous, rhyming text, Is God Still Awake? assures children that God loves them and is always with them. Whether it's day or night, God is awake, He's listening, and He loves to hear His children speak!

The Adventure of Christmas with Ed Drew

This week Mike and Amy talk with Ed Drew about his new book, The Adventure of Christmas!

These simple 10-minute family devotions for Advent, with graphic-novel-style illustrations, explore the Gospel accounts of the first Christmas in an engaging way, and will help families keep Christ at the heart of their celebrations.

With all the Bible passages and questions already laid out, you can lead these devotions without needing any extra time to prepare, making family devotional time an achievable joy, not an unrealistic burden. There are different sets of questions for 3-4s, 5-7s, 7-12s, teens and even parents, so the whole family can enjoy looking at the Bible together.

Stephen Kendrick - Show Me The Father

This week Amy and Mike talk with film producer and author Stephen Kendrick about the recently released film Show Me The Father.

Everyone has a unique father story. Whether positive or painful, it’s always personal and can deeply affect the core of our identity and direction of our lives. Kendrick Brothers’ SHOW ME THE FATHER is the first documentary film from the creators of WAR ROOM, OVERCOMER, FIREPROOF, and COURAGEOUS Legacy. Featuring a variety of amazing true stories, this captivating movie takes audiences of all ages on an inspiring and emotional cinematic journey. Providing a fresh perspective on the roles of fathers in today’s society, SHOW ME THE FATHER invites you to think differently about how you view your earthly father, and how you personally relate to God.

Stephen Kendrick is the co-writer and producer of the movies War Room, Courageous, Fireproof, and Facing the Giants and the co-author of the New York Times best selling books, The Love Dare, The Resolution for Men, and The Battleplan for Prayer.

Stephen serves on the boards of the Fatherhood Commission and the Christian Film Foundation and speaks at conferences and events across the nation. He and his wife, Jill, live in South Georgia with their six children and he enjoys working alongside his brothers Alex and Shannon at Kendrick Brothers' Productions.

Night Night Angel & Jingle Squirrels!

This week Amy interviews Mike and Mike interviews Amy about their new Christmas releases - Jingle Squirrels and Night Night Angel.

The Inventions of God (and Eva)

This week Amy and Mike talk with author Dave Connis about his new picture book, The Inventions of God (and Eva)

From whirligigs to robots, children love to imagine and create. But where does all of their curiosity and innovation come from? In The Inventions of God (and Eva), Dave Connis, author and father of three tells an adorable story that shows children that their creativity is not a coincidence but is the image and imagination of God living in them.

Masterfully illustrated by Amy Domingo, the book introduces little Eva, a budding engineer. Just like God, Eva loves to invent all kinds of things and make broken things new. While Eva isn’t always happy with the earlier forms of her creations, God loves every version of His—including Eva!

While celebrating innovation and a STEAM approach to learning, The Inventions of God (and Eva) also shines a light on God’s limitless creativity, His love for His children, and what it means to be made in His image.

Lively and full of heart, this one-of-a-kind picture book for readers of Matthew Paul Turner and kids ages 3-7 is sure to be treasured by families who long to instill in their children a love for and knowledge of their Creator.

Dave Connis is a former librarian and the author of several YA novels, including The Temptation of Adam and Suggested Reading, recipient of a starred review from Kirkus Reviews. He lives in Georgia with his wife and three kids.

Soloman Says!

This week Mike interviews co-host Amy Parker and her co-author Sarah Humphrey about their new book for tweens Soloman Says.

He was wise. He was rich. And he’s talking to you.

Solomon was the wisest man in the world, but can the words of an ancient king really connect with you today? Yes! Solomon’s proverbs are timeless, and he offers surprisingly relevant thoughts on topics such as dealing with peer pressure, building solid friendships, and choosing joy over complaining, even on the tough days. 

Solomon Says Devotional offers you God-given wisdom to build a life focused on faith instead of worldly wisdom that seeks getting ahead and getting more. Each practical devotion is based on one of Solomon’s proverbs and includes a short prayer and simple activity, all tools that can change your thinking and grow your integrity. Spend one hundred days listening to what King Solomon has to say, and let these ancient proverbs inspire your life today.

Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop

Amy and Mike talk with Brock Eastman about the amazing and fun new book - Faith and Science with Dr. Fizzlebop!

Bedtime with Mommy

This week Amy and Mike talk with author Nancy Sanders about her new book Bedtime with Mommy.

All around the world, it’s bedtime, and Mommies are tucking little ones into bed.

Little Pilgrims Progress

This episode Amy and Mike chat with illustrator Joe Stuphin and creative director Erik Peterson about the new book, Little Pilgrims Progress.