Resources for Children and Parents 

We are  always keeping our eyes on resources to help you to bring up your children to know and love the Lord. Below is a selection of things we suggest:
 

FiK

Resources for Parents

Faith in Kids exists to support churches and parents in raising children to trust in Jesus Christ eternally.  They have many great resources for families including podcasts for both children and parents. Click on their logo to find their website

parentingDuties of Parents is a book that helps parents understand the importance of a loving, caring, and godly home, not without discipline but where children come to know and understand God for themselves. This timeless Bible teaching from Ryle has been described by many as one of the best resources for parents, outside of the Bible. Click on the image for more information.






 



Helping anxious children 

2 great books to read are:

hope mirror

click on either for more information

Sally Lloyd jones has a helpful website:

https://www.sallylloyd-jones.com/helping-children-with-scary-news/

Biblical thinking and practical tips on how to help children struggling with fear and anxiety can be found at:
https://www.biblicalcounselling.org.uk/fear-anxiety/when-children-are-anxious/


Resources for Children


Keep an eye on your Youth and Children's Facebook page for recommendations for books and other resources for children.
 
If you want some Bible Crafts – click on this MONSTER free resource full of great crafts that teach the Bible.  Please be patient – it may take a while to download!
crafts

 

Learn 20 verses in 20 days with Seeds Family Worship (Devotion, Song and Video for free!)
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Clayton TV has loads of video resources for children – check it out here:
https://clayton.tv/find/explore/1331-1338/0i0/5037/

During lockdown various organisations provided some great material for children, many of which will be useful at any time. 

The Good Book company provided suggestions of things to use at home together:
https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/kids-at-home/

Michael Tinker has a child friendly YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/michaeltinker
 

 

Emily Johnston, 04/03/2021