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God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

Using biblical teaching, Kids Corner episodes, and activities, this ebook provides helpful reflections and strategies to help kids and parents talk about divorce. Start the conversation with this free resource from Kids Corner.

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

Helping Kids Find Their Role in God's Story

In this ebook, you'll see suggestions of how families can create faith-formative activities that help children learn what a Christian can be.

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

Power Tools: Taking a Stand Against Bullying

Have you ever been bullied? Or have you witnessed someone else being bullied? This booklet shows you ways that can help restore God’s vision of community. We invite you talk about these Power Tools with those you trust.

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

The Bible Study Book 1: God and Creation

Have you ever wondered who God is? And have you ever wondered who made everything in the world? Who made the trees? Who made the stars? The Bible tells us that God made all these things. Learn the story of creation. Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail in address.

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

The Bible Study Book 2: Jesus is Born

About two thousand years ago a young girl named Mary lived in a city called Nazareth. An angel appeared to her one day and told her that she was going to have a baby. This baby was going to be the Son of God! Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail in address.

God's Got Your Covered: Stories and Advice about Divorce

The Bible Study Book 3: The Ministry, Death and Resurrection of Jesus

When Jesus was about thirty years old he left his home in Nazareth and began to travel through the country. Wherever he went he did miraculous things. Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail in address.