As Christians, we must watch our behavior extra carefully to be sure we are copying the life of Jesus in everything we do. Have your kids watch this short animated video to learn more about what makes a good Christian leader!
Fruit of the Spirit are good qualities a Christian spends a lifetime developing. If we try our best to be loving and kind with our thoughts, words, and actions toward others, God will be pleased, and these positive qualities can begin to develop in us. To learn more about these good qualities, have your young ones watch this short animated video.
The story the Tabernacle tells is a breathtaking example of God’s care and His foresight. It is like a treasure map – let’s see where it leads!
Not really. It is believed that Halloween came from an ancient Pagan festival called “Samhain.” Paganism is a type of religion that worships nature. However, the Bible says we should worship God, the Creator, and not the things He created. Learn more about this Pagan holiday by watching this short animated video for kids.
What practical principles are there to deal with toxic people and how can you avoid absorbing their toxicity? When faced with toxic people we usually think about Jesus telling us to “turn the other cheek.” But what does that really mean? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Envy is the emotion that occurs when we experience an extreme desire for something someone else has. One is based on loss and the other is based on something that’s out of reach. Jealousy and envy easily take root in our hearts. They seem natural and therefore tolerable. Not good! The Bible calls them out as grievous and deeply damaging sins. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We should forgive others because we want to follow Jesus’ advice and the examples of the Bible. It’s also good for our health and well-being to release those bad feelings we have towards others. This short animated video for kids explains more.
What examples can we find in the scriptures of both arrogance and it's remedy? What other kinds of arrogance are there for leaders as well as a more secret and insidious arrogance within ourselves? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.