This adventure podcast for kids is fun, upbeat, and rich with biblical theology. Each week, kids can join TJ and Tory as they adventure through the attributes of God. Each episode features one letter of the alphabet and the corresponding attribute of God from our best selling card set, the ABCs of God's Attributes.
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In “R is for Righteous” TJ tries to build a robot that won’t make any mistakes. As his neighbor, Mr. Wiseman, helps TJ learns that the word the Bible uses for not making mistakes is “righteous” and that only God is perfectly righteous. And, God can h... more
In “Q is for Quick to Forgive” Tory wants to make things right with her mom. But instead of going to her to ask for forgiveness, she tries to earn her mom’s forgiveness by weeding the garden and getting the mail. In the process, she learns that her m... more
In “P is for Perfect” Tory nervously auditions to play a lead role in the school play. She wants to be perfect! As she practices, she learns that only God is perfect and that He loves her even when she makes mistakes. more
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We are so so thankful to have found this resource! This is laying the most important foundation my children can have: the knowledge of and confidence in who God is! I am so thankful for all the effort that is being put into making these. My 4 year old daughter LOVES them and we listen to them on repeat. And I agree with another reviewer! We would love to have the songs to listen too! Thank you for investing in the things that matter most!
A friend recommended this podcast a few weeks ago and we’ve been listening nonstop since. Each episode prompts great conversations with the kids, and they give me ideas for how to explain different theological concepts. I wish the songs were available on music apps. We’d definitely listen to them alone.
This is soooo good. So creative. So fun. My two year old loves it and always asks for “her podcast”. And she’s learning some amazing, awesome truths about God while she listens. I even enjoy it and love the reminders about who God is as well. And those cute songs in each episode 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
My kids love these!
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