S6Ep23: Amy Parker - Go Bible
Jul 8 • 33:16
S6Ep23: Amy Parker - Go Bible
Episode:

S6Ep23: Amy Parker - Go Bible

July 8, 2024 • 33:16 • Amy Parker and Mike Nawrocki

This week hosts Mike and Sarah welcome back friend, author and prior co-host Amy Parker to talk about her role in Tyndale's new Go Bible.

When God calls, its time to go!

The Go Bible is bursting with fun and engaging content to help kids explore Gods Word and go share it with others. Paired with the accurate, easy-to-read NLT translation, this kids Bible plants seeds of faith and share the life-changing love of God with kids through over 600 features centered on the theme of transformation.

Key Benefits of the Go Bible:

  1. Easy to Understand
  2. The NLTs accurate and accessible Bible text uses familiar words that speak to the hearts and minds of readers without having to process technical biblical language. Perfect for readers age 7+.
  3. Big Font Size and Colored Text
  4. The Go Bible is the full Bible formatted with a 9.5-point font size and a two-column format. Chapter numbers are red and verse numbers are blue, making them easy for children to find. Perfect for reading alone or out loud with an adult.
  5. Emphasizes the Theme of Transformation
  6. The message of the Bible has transformative effects on the lives of believers. Thats why every feature in the Go Bible emphasizes how Gods power transforms the lives of people in the Bible, and our lives today.
  7. Packed with More than 600 Features Connecting Bible Truths to Everyday Life
  8. Includes several features tying Bible truth to modern-day life

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The BIble for Kids is now a 501c3 non-profit and we'd love to have you join us in our mission of reaching kids with the message of the Bible. Our NEW store now features "Pay What You Can" pricing on many items with more coming soon. Visit TheBibleforKids.com to donate or learn more today!

The Bible for Kids Podcast is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org

Podcast:

The Bible for Kids

With Amy Parker and Mike Nawrocki
If you have a child in your life that you want to pass along biblical values to, this podcast is for you. Hosted by best-selling author Amy Parker and author and co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki, The Bible for Kids seeks to provide a discovery platform for best resources for teaching biblical values to kids. Guests include authors, teachers, musicians, film makers, and more. You can follow The Bible for Kids on Facebook and Instagram or visit their website TheBibleForKids.com.
All Episodes:
Jul 22 • 23:59
S6Ep25: Abigail and the Career Day Catastrophe

Co-hosts Mike Nawrocki and Amy Parker welcome author Bethany McIlrath to discuss her new book, Abigail and the Career Day Catastrophe.

Fun, absorbing novel that helps kids aged 7+ to engage with the Bible as they learn that its only through Jesus that we can please God.

It's nearly Career Day, and 9-year-old Abigail is trying to decide what she wants to be when she grows up. She wants to do something that will please God and her family, so she decides she will be a missionary police officer-a job that she thinks means behaving perfectly and making sure everyone else does too!

But all her efforts seem to backfire. After some helpful Bible teaching from her loved ones about the story of Paul's conversion, Abigail rethinks what it means to please God and to "be good"!

This fun, relatable story will help kids to realize that its only through Jesus that we can please God. And with the Holy Spirits help, they can become more like Jesus and do good works with him.

The Abigail books are a fiction series designed for children 7 years+. They follow the adventures of 9-year-old Abigail as she figures out what faith means for her everyday life. Young readers are inspired to read the Bible, talk to God and apply what they believe to their own lives.

Includes book-club kit with questions for discussion. Can be used in homeschool groups or kids' book clubs.

Jul 18 • 38:31
S6Ep24: The Christmas Barnyard

On this episode of The Bible for Kids podcast, hosts Sarah Humprey and Mike Nawrocki talk with returning author and friend, Dandi Mackall about her new book, The Christmas Barnyard.

Join the Christmas Eve barnyard bustle as the animals prepare the stable for the exciting day ahead. Mice bring berries tied with strings. Hens toss tinsel, silvery things. Sheep hang stockings filled with treats. Mama Llama makes her sweets. Owl hoots, Come now, busy birds!

Hurry, gaggles, flocks, and herds! Gather round to hear Gods Words, how Jesus Christ was born. In a stable long ago, Jesus came that all may know new life and joy in Jesus!

  • Rhyming story makes this the perfect read-aloud for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers
  • Endearing illustrations portray barnyard bustle with sweet humor
  • Perfect stocking stuffer or gift for babys first Christmas or baby showers
  • A great choice for budding little animal lovers
  • Sturdy board-book pages are durable enough for years of use

Children ages 04 will eat up these scrumptious scenes brimming with Christmas cheer and the true meaning of Christmas: Jesus birth. This charming tale of farm animals celebrating Christmas makes the perfect companion to the bedtime story Bedtime in the Barnyard.

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The BIble for Kids is now a 501c3 non-profit and we'd love to have you join us in our mission of reaching kids with the message of the Bible. Our NEW store now features "Pay What You Can" pricing on many items with more coming soon. Visit TheBibleforKids.com to donate or learn more today!

The Bible for Kids Podcast is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org

Jul 15 • 24:53
S6Ep24: The Christmas Barnyard from Dandi Mackall

On this episode of The Bible for Kids podcast, hosts Sarah Humprey and Mike Nawrocki talk with returning author and friend, Dandi Mackall about her new book, The Christmas Barnyard.

Join the Christmas Eve barnyard bustle as the animals prepare the stable for the exciting day ahead. Mice bring berries tied with strings. Hens toss tinsel, silvery things. Sheep hang stockings filled with treats. Mama Llama makes her sweets. Owl hoots, Come now, busy birds!

Hurry, gaggles, flocks, and herds! Gather round to hear Gods Words, how Jesus Christ was born. In a stable long ago, Jesus came that all may know new life and joy in Jesus!

  • Rhyming story makes this the perfect read-aloud for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers
  • Endearing illustrations portray barnyard bustle with sweet humor
  • Perfect stocking stuffer or gift for babys first Christmas or baby showers
  • A great choice for budding little animal lovers
  • Sturdy board-book pages are durable enough for years of use

Children ages 04 will eat up these scrumptious scenes brimming with Christmas cheer and the true meaning of Christmas: Jesus birth. This charming tale of farm animals celebrating Christmas makes the perfect companion to the bedtime story Bedtime in the Barnyard.

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The BIble for Kids is now a 501c3 non-profit and we'd love to have you join us in our mission of reaching kids with the message of the Bible. Our NEW store now features "Pay What You Can" pricing on many items with more coming soon. Visit TheBibleforKids.com to donate or learn more today!

The Bible for Kids Podcast is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org

Jul 8 • 33:16
S6Ep23: Amy Parker - Go Bible

This week hosts Mike and Sarah welcome back friend, author and prior co-host Amy Parker to talk about her role in Tyndale's new Go Bible.

When God calls, its time to go!

The Go Bible is bursting with fun and engaging content to help kids explore Gods Word and go share it with others. Paired with the accurate, easy-to-read NLT translation, this kids Bible plants seeds of faith and share the life-changing love of God with kids through over 600 features centered on the theme of transformation.

Key Benefits of the Go Bible:

  1. Easy to Understand
  2. The NLTs accurate and accessible Bible text uses familiar words that speak to the hearts and minds of readers without having to process technical biblical language. Perfect for readers age 7+.
  3. Big Font Size and Colored Text
  4. The Go Bible is the full Bible formatted with a 9.5-point font size and a two-column format. Chapter numbers are red and verse numbers are blue, making them easy for children to find. Perfect for reading alone or out loud with an adult.
  5. Emphasizes the Theme of Transformation
  6. The message of the Bible has transformative effects on the lives of believers. Thats why every feature in the Go Bible emphasizes how Gods power transforms the lives of people in the Bible, and our lives today.
  7. Packed with More than 600 Features Connecting Bible Truths to Everyday Life
  8. Includes several features tying Bible truth to modern-day life

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The BIble for Kids is now a 501c3 non-profit and we'd love to have you join us in our mission of reaching kids with the message of the Bible. Our NEW store now features "Pay What You Can" pricing on many items with more coming soon. Visit TheBibleforKids.com to donate or learn more today!

The Bible for Kids Podcast is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org

Jul 1 • 36:34
S6Ep22: Average Boy's Above Average Summer

Hosts Sarah Humphrey and Mike Nawrocki talk to co-authors Bob Smiley and Jesse Florea about their new book Average Boy's Above Average Summer.

Average Boy is here to make you laugh and encourage you in your faith!

The Average Boy series features humorous writing and whimsical illustrations to help readers embrace the idea that life isnt always about being the smartest, most athletic, or best-looking kid in the neighborhood. Faith, family, and friends are far more valuable than being perceived as cool.

What happens when Average Boy Bob Smiley gets to the end of an above-average school year? Why, its time for an above-average summer, of course! If things go according to planand Average Boy always has lots of plansthen this summer will be his best one ever.

You see, Average Boy isnt going to sleep in until noon this summerat least not every day. No, he has big goals for the next few months. This summer is when Average Boy will finally build that tree house hes been planning with his best friend, Billy. This summer is when he will brush his teeth every morning (as soon as he finds his toothbrush). And this summer hes setting a goal to invite everyone in town to church.

There will be challenges along the waychallenges like Donny the school bully, or Sarah and Everley, who always seem to have water balloons in hand. But his biggest challenge this summer is the Huge Hairy Hisser, who lurks in the woods behind Average Boys house and seems determined to ruin his tree house-building plans.

It will definitely be a summer to remember!

About the Host

Amy Parker and Mike Nawrocki

Amy Parker is the bestselling author of over fifty books for children, teens, and adults, including A Night Night Prayer and the Christian Retailing’s Best Award winners Firebird and Courageous Teens, which she co-authored. Her books have sold more than 1.5 million copies. A three-time Mom’s Choice Award winner, she lives outside Nashville with her husband and their two sons.

Mike Nawrocki is the co-creator of VeggieTales and the voice of the beloved Larry The Cucumber, has been part of the pulse of the Veggie brand since its inception in 1993. Mike has created, written, and directed most of the popular “Silly Songs with Larry” segments, including fan favorites “His Cheeseburger” and “The Hairbrush Song.” He has also lent his screenwriting and directing talents to dozens of VeggieTales episodes such as “Madame Blueberry and The League of Incredible Vegetables,” as well as both of the properties’ theatrical release films, Jonah and The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything. In addition, Mike has authored a number of VeggieTales books and CD projects as well as developing and writing for another of Big Idea’s hit animated properties, 3-2-1 Penguins. Mike is currently focused on developing new children’s properties centered around fun characters, engaging storytelling, and wholesome values. Mike makes his home in Franklin, TN, with his wife and two children.

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