Bible Stories for Kids

God Made Animals

AP Staff

Since the fifth and sixth days of Creation, animals have lived upon this Earth as proof of God’s existence. The more we learn about animals, the more we are amazed at the One Who made them. The cheetah’s speed, the elephant’s trunk, the skunk’s smell, and the turtle’s shell all point to a Creator. In this video, your children will marvel at the many amazing creatures God made.

A Son Who Ran Away

The story of the prodigal son is one of the most insightful, memorable stories that Jesus told while He was on Earth. Through it, Christ brought to light the ravages of sin, the value of true repentance, and the love of the heavenly Father. By putting that story into rhyming verse on a child’s level, A Son Who Ran Away offers an easy-to-follow resource for teaching children the meaning and importance of the prodigal son. Voice-over by Branyon May Video Animation by Aubrie Deaver

A Man Who Loved Money: A Story About the Rich Young Ruler

A rich young man learns a very hard lesson when he comes to Jesus. He learned that Jesus must be more important to him than his money. Using rhyming verse, this important lesson is put on a child

A Story about Job: A Patient Man from Uz

Through the life and story of Job, God gives us amazing insight into the problem of pain and suffering. By putting that story into rhyming verse on a child’s level, this video offers an easy-to-watch resource for teaching children how to handle life’s tough times.

God Made the World

One of the most important things that children can learn is that God created the Universe. The Bible says, “In six days, the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day” (Exodus 20:11). He made the Sun to shine, and the stars to twinkle. He created the fish that swim in the seas, and the birds that fly in the air. Last but not least, He made the first man and woman—Adam and Eve.