Awesome Adventure Resource Guide

Hello Parents,

As you start to establish “new normals” as a family during this unique season, we want to provide you with tools to shepherd your children spiritually and emotionally. Check out the following resources to see which ones might be helpful to you, and revisit the page periodically as we will continue to update it. 

Check out www.pluggedin.com for reviews on movies, music, TV shows, video games, and apps from a Christian perspective. 
Protecting kids from harmful entertainment
Teaching Discernment

Adventure Bible 
www.adventurebible.com for fun activities that can help kids grow in biblical knowledge 
 
Adventures in Odyssey  
Listen to these audio dramas together at www.whitsend.org  
(4 weeks of free episodes being offered right now)

Compassion Explorer:
Activities, stories, devotions, and recipes highlighting kids from around the world   https://explorer.compassion.com/ 

“That’s a Fact”
Videos showcase one truth at a time about the Bible, creation, and science in two minutes or less.  https://www.icr.org/thatsafact

Children’s Bibles 
The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones (ages 4-8) 
The Action Bible Illustrated by Sergio Cariello (ages 7-12) 
The Adventure Bible (ages 9-12) / The Adventure Bible for young readers (ages 6-10)   
 
Theology for Kids 
The Ology: Ancient Truths Ever New by Marty Machowski 
 
Overview of the Big Story of the Bible 
The Biggest Story by Kevin DeYoung (ages 5+) 
The Garden the Curtain and the Cross by Carl Laferton (any age) 
The Jesse Tree by Geraldine McCaughrean (elementary age) 
 
God & Science 
Indescribable: 100 Devotions about God & Science by Louie Giglio

Have a question not answered here, or want to share a resource you’ve found helpful in the spiritual development of your children? Email Lisa at ldunlap@westshorefree.org.