The God Made Me series features beautifully illustrated children’s books created to help guide parents and caretakers toward important, gospel-centered conversations with their kids. The back of each book contains a special section just for parents and caregivers that will guide them in how to have biblical, loving conversations with children and give them additional information and resources to equip them in talking about this important subject.
God Made Babies
Justin and Lindsey Holcomb tackle the tough question “Where do babies come from?” in a common sense, biblical way.
This common question all too often leaves parents perplexed about what to say and when to say it. When children ask “where do babies come from?,” they ask because they are curious about where THEY came from. The question is not about sex.
The Holcombs, along with illustrator Trish Mahoney, help parents start the conversation with their children about reproduction by giving them the basic tools to guide them—including specific biblical content and age-appropriate ways of talking to children at different stages. Instead of leaving this conversation to “experts” or to the culture, they equip parents to answer questions about sex in the right way at the right time.
Drawing from the story of creation and how God made the living world to reproduce, God Made Babies helps children to understand the gift of reproduction in the light of God’s goodness and care.
God Made Me in His Image
When a group of students travel to a zoo to learn about different animals and what makes them special, the children notice how God made each of their friends different too. While differences in their bodies and appearances can be confusing and sometimes embarrassing to children, this simply-told story helps parents teach kids that God not only created their bodies, but he made them in his image.
God Made Me for Heaven
Does your child have questions about heaven? Most kids have ideas of what it will be like, but do they know what God says? Marty Machowski shares deep theological truths through a creative story. As they read, parents and caregivers will have the opportunity to have life-changing conversations with children about how God invites each of us to live with him and enjoy him forever.
God Cares for Me
Why do we have to wear a mask? Why can’t we see Grandma and Grampa today? And what if I get sick? Children have lots of hard-to-answer questions, and Dr. Scott James uses the true-to-life story of Lucas, a young boy who wakes up with a sore throat, to help with the answers. As children follow Lucas through his sick day, they will learn how God cares for them and how they can care for others when they are sick.
God Made Me for Worship
Sitting in a worship service for the first time can be a difficult experience for a young child. God Made Me for Worship by author Jared Kennedy helps children ages four to eight piece together all of the different parts of worship using the vision of Isaiah 6.
God Made All of Me
A simply told, beautifully illustrated story to help families talk about these sensitive issues with two- to eight-year-old children. Because the private parts of our bodies are private the home is the ideal environment where a child should learn about his or her body and how it should be treated by others.
God Made Me AND You
An approachable guide for families to begin conversations about cultivating God’s perspective on ethnic diversity, confronting the sins of racism, bigotry, and ethnic pride.
God Made Me Unique
God Made Me Unique, a beautifully illustrated picture book, helps parents and caregivers teach children that God creates every person in the image of God and each individual has tremendous value, regardless of his or her appearance or abilities.
God Made Boys and Girls
In a world where there is so much confusion about gender and identity, God Made Boys and Girls invites children to understand that their gender is a gift from God who made them and loves them. Best-selling author Marty Machowski provides biblical truth illustrating how we are all made in the image of God as either male or female.
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I found this after listening to Shai Linne’s children’s album. I am so excited about this series and the way I teaches Biblical truths that also respond to the culture right now. I love how it values all people has made in the image of God. I love that there is a book that helps teach about body safety, that there are a variety of authors and that it points back to our amazing Creator. I can’t wait to find more resources from this site, they look excellent.