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Kids Mode hides stuff that’s just for parents and adds some fun. Enjoy!
Justin needs a bath after building a super-duper sand castle, but the Bible tells us we all need a different kind of cleaning too.
“Wow!” said Jessie. “These binoculars make the clouds look so close. Hey! I wonder if we could see God up there.”
“Wow! Jessie, come see!” shouted Justin. “Where did they all come from? It’s like they just appeared.”
“I don’t understand it either,” said Justin. “But I believe it! ‘Cause that’s what the Bible says!”
“Owww!” yelled Justin as he tumbled to the ground. Justin learns the hard way that God’s Word will guide us—just like his flashlight is supposed to do.
“Ellie, no!” yelled Justin. Thanks to Justin’s little sister, Justin and Jessie learn what it means to preserve more than just strawberries.
“Can I play, too?” Justin and Jessie meet Matt, the new neighbor who says the Bible is too old for anyone to believe in.
“Do you like it? I completed your puzzle for you,” said Mom. Justin’s puzzle gets mixed up when he and Jessie learn what it means that the Bible is complete.
“You know,” said Dad, “some people don’t know they need Jesus because they haven’t heard the bad news yet.” Both of the kids looked up. “What do you mean?”
Jessie stopped short, exclaiming “What was that?” Jessie learns that even though there are difficult things in this world because of sin, God has a plan.
“Let’s be partners,” said Jessie. “Okay,” agreed Justin. They liked games, and this sounded fun: find something created on each day of Creation Week.
“How come there has to be a nighttime when I always have to quit,” grumbled Justin as he picked up his toothbrush. How could nighttime be a gift from God?
Jessie was eager to teach Freckles those wonderful tricks she saw. But she finds out how hard it is to train animals and why they can’t do what people do.
“Step, toss, step, toss,” Jessie said to herself. Jessie gets to be the flower girl in her aunt’s wedding and learns about the very first wedding—ever.
“Let’s be dinosaurs!” Matt shouted. But he believes the story about dinosaurs evolving over millions of years. How will he learn the truth about dinosaurs?
“Mr. Johnson’s old. I wonder if there were really 100 candles on his cake,” said Jessie. Justin and Jessie find out about some big birthdays in the Bible.
Justin jerked up on his fishing pole. “I think I got one!” Justin goes on his first fishing trip with his dad and learns about good stewardship.
Jessie turned to see Justin running into the room. He had a huge smile on his face. But suddenly he screeched to a stop. “What did you DO?!” he yelled.
Justin helps his dad clear the area to build his new fort and finds out about “Pokes & Prickles”—the hard way.
Jessie learns that even if she tries to trick her mom, God always knows what’s in her heart.
Uh oh! What did Ellie do? Justin and Jessie learn about the only way to cover sin—and stains in “Covering the Smudge.”
Justin and his dad finish the fort—just in time—in “Sudden Storms & Slippery Slides.”
Justin is so confused! Everyone keeps using the word mercy. Will Justin ever find out what mercy means?
When a thunderstorm hits, Justin and Jessie are worried there might be another flood like Noah’s. But the kids learn about God’s rainbow promise.
Justin and Jessie have great fun at the zoo feeding giraffes and looking at tigers and bears. But they wonder how Noah could fit all the animals on the Ark.
Justin and Jessie visit the Ice Age exhibit at the zoo. But is it true what the signs say? Were these animals really living a million years ago?
Justin learns that just because a person speaks in a different language doesn’t mean what they’re saying isn’t important.
Justin is invited to meet two kids from another country—and he’s sure it’s going to be scary. Find out what really happens when he meets Chika and Udo!
When Jessie’s uncle loses his job and his family has to move, no one knows what will happen. They just have to trust God.
Jessie’s cousin Jeremy is worried. He has to move away from his school and his friends on the soccer team. But what will happen in the new place?
Justin has to choose: should he wait for Mom, or should he believe Matt and eat some of the warm, chocolatey cookies piled high on the kitchen counter?
Jessie ran into the kitchen to see what was making all the noise. Oh no! Freckles was up on the counter—and he was eating the banana bread!
“Come here, Jessie,” Justin said as he led the way into the family room. “See what I’m going to build?” He showed her the picture on the box.
Emily’s dad just wants to help out at Emily’s birthday party. But he doesn’t know the whole plan. Will he ruin the party?
In “Plain Rice & Piggy Banks” Jessie can help the missionary or buy her doll. Which will she choose to do?
Jeremy loves soccer! Now he may have to choose between two different teams. Find out how God helps Jeremy make the right decision.