When Liz decides to open a detective agency, he, Lucille, and Morrie investigate a series of “coincidences” and come to a surprising discovery.
Lucille faces a dilemma when the scaleball championships are scheduled for Sunday mornings. What will she do?
Liz is kicked out of baseball camp. How will this help him honor his father?
Liz is having a very bad, horrible week when he loses Grandpa’s antique coin, fails a surprise test, and gets a cold.
After Liz uses the expression, “Oh, geez,” Grandpa teaches the kids what it means to honor God’s name.
Liz really wants to be elected to student council, and he’s got a secret weapon to win. Will his plan work?
Spike has a problem with anger. Grandpa uses a hammer and fence to help teach a lesson.
A bully is bothering Scooter, but what can Liz do about it?
When Miss Manners comes to town for a reality show about manners the kids all try to win the contest. But the winner is a surprise for everyone.
Liz is a contestant on a TV game show, and he’s positive he will win!
The town of Terrene is in real trouble. Business are shutting down, and folks are moving away. What’s going to happen to Liz and his friends? Can the town be saved?
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
Liz unconscious in the hospital? Evildoers planning to destroy Terrene? A mystery in Grandpa’s barn? What can Lucille, Morrie and Spike do now?
The kids come face to face with the worst villain in Terrene history. And one character has a very important decision to make. Does this change Terrene forever?
Liz and Cole are in charge of the school for an entire day!
Grandpa uses the story of David and Bathsheba to teach his church school class about the 7th commandment and broken promises.
The Show must go on as Liz and his friends put on three one-act plays – "It’s Not My Fault", "It’s Not My Job", and "It’s Not My Talent".
Lucille's article deadline is quickly approaching! What can she possibly write for next edition of the Terrene Gazette?
How good of a friend are you? What would you be willing to do for your friends? Come meet some very good friends who helped a paralyzed man meet Jesus.
Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would come, and that the Spirit would teach the disciples everything they needed to know. What was it like the day that the Holy Spirit came? Hear what happened as God fulfilled that great promise.
Look around you. Look at the sky, the clouds, the animals and plants, the water, even the people. Do you ever wonder where it all came from? The Bible says that God created the world.
Did you know that the word forgiveness means to give up being angry with someone? Listen to this story about forgiveness that Jesus told his disciples.
From Genesis up to the birth of Jesus, each Bible story and symbol in the Jesse Tree teaches families the entire story of the Bible and moves us forward in anticipation of the birth of our Savior.
Have fun making the paper chain decoration. Then countdown to Christmas by reading each day's verse and using the daily clue to begin unlocking the season's big surprise.
This “Gifts of Kindness” Advent calendar activity will not only count down to Christmas, but prepare your hearts for the greatest gift of all, Jesus Christ. Included are 24 dated ornaments (one for each day of Advent) and 5 family devotionals.
Creation, the Fall, Cain and Abel, Tower of Babel
Moses, Joshua and the Battle of Jericho, Ruth, Elijah at Mount Carmel, Esther, Deborah, Jonah and the Whale
In this ebook, you'll see suggestions of how families can create faith-formative activities that help children learn what a Christian can be.