What a privilege we have as parents to share the precious Gospel with the very ones God has given us to shepherd. One of our greatest joys as parents comes when we can lead one of our own directly into the heart of Christ.
In our own home, we have experienced a child under conviction and heartbroken over their sin. We have led her in the sinner’s prayer and have continued to guide her in her walk of faith. We have also prayed fervently for the faith of our boys, that God would make Himself known to them. The spectrum is wide, but there is no better time than this moment to share the Gospel with your children.
I have pulled together a list of our favorite Gospel-focused, kid-friendly resources and even a few for mom and dad. Each of these resources is perfect for the kids in your home as they not only navigate their faith but the culture they live in.
Check out the list below and snag a few for your family library.
ColorFull by Dorena Williamson (Hands down one of the best books to teach our children that God made the world colorfull! A must have in every home.)
God’s Very Good Idea: A True Story of God’s Delightfully Different Family by Trillia Newbell (God came to rescue all people, every nationality, and language. There is no one off limits to God. This is a beautiful story of redemption.)
The Garden, the curtain and the Cross by Carl Laferton (A Beautifully illustrated book that presents our need for the cross and salvation)
The Biggest Story ABC by Kevin DeYoung (An ABC board book for the little ones in your life.)
The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings us Back to the Garden by Kevin DeYoung (Colorful, well put together book that articulates the Gospel in a way that children can easily understand.)
The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every story whispers His name by Sally Lloyd-Jones (Perfect for bedtime, or anytime Bible reading as a family)
Indescribable: 100 devotions for kids about God and science by Louie Giglio (This is a resource we use for Homeschool science, my kids love it.)
Bible Infographics for Kids (book 1) (Packed full of Bible facts that will have your kids curious and excited about God’s Word)
A few great reads for Mom & Dad
Mama Bear Apologetics by Hillary Ferrar
Treasuring Christ When your Hands are Full by Gloria Furman
What are your family’s favorite Gospel-oriented habits? Do you have a specific prayer time as a family or routine time in the Word together?
What are some ways you would like to see your family be more focused on the Gospel?
I’ll meet you in the comments & join the discussion on Instagram.
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