we value children

Currently we are offering Children's Church during the sermon, and a Sunday school class, 
which you can sign up for below.
Scroll down for more resources.

Children's Messages

Books for Kids

Story Bible

A simple and colorful resource to help teach the bible to our youngest ones.

The Beginner's Gospel Story Bible
Jared Kennedy
Illustrated by Trish Mahoney


An incredible life awaits us when we live the type of love that does.

Love Does for Kids
Bob Goff & Lindsey Goff Viducich
Illustrated by Michael Lauritano


Teach children why Jesus died and rose again and why that’s the best news ever.

The Garden, the Curtain and the Cross
Carl Laferton
Illustrated by Catalina Echeverri


Inspire your kids to seek truth, love Jesus, and have a new fascination with the bible.

Cold Case Christianity for Kids
Investigate Jesus With a Real Detective
J. Warner Wallace & Susie Wallace
with Rob Suggs


Snuggle up and read this with your child. Let them hear your heart.

When I Pray For You
Matthew Paul Turner
Illustrated by Kimberley Barnes


Help your tween girls discover the truth about God, girls, boys, friendship, and themselves.

Lies Girls Believe
& the Truth That Sets Them Free

Dannah Gresh
with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth


The Bible App for Kids provides videos, curriculum, a bible storybook and activities. Online and downloadable for your mobile device.

eKidz Parent Blog has resources and activities broken down by age group.

Parenting Books

Parenting: The 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family

by Paul David Tripp

If you are going not only to cope, but to thrive with vision and joy as a parent, you need more than the next book that gives you seven steps to solving whatever. You need God's helicopter view of what he's called you to do. You need a big gospel parenting worldview that will not only make sense of your task, but will change the way you approach it.

This is that book :)

Spiritual Parenting: An Awakening for Today's Families

by Michelle Anthony

Explore what it means to seek God as your primary audience--to please him alone with your parenting and seek him alone for the strength and power to do so. Spiritual parenting is not perfect parenting--it's parenting from a spiritual perspective with eternity in mind. It's a way of parenting that declares, "I want to parent the child or children that God gave me in such a way that I first honor God, and then second, create the best environment to put my children in the path of the Divine."