Life with God is an adventure! This small booklet provides space for children to reflect and write or draw the tangible ways they will journey with God. Continue Reading »
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Do you need help finding an age appropriate Bible for your child, teen, or family? Are you looking for some help in how to approach and explore the Bible with your children or looking for Bible helps and resources? We’ve developed a few Bible reading guides for use with the children and youth in your ministry. Continue Reading »
Say hello to six familiar Bible characters who have had their stories scripted and told through 3D Characters. Now each includes editable Word-based Take Home sheets you can share with parents, so the stories are discussed at home. Continue Reading »
The 2013 vacation Bible school mission project will focus on children living in Bo Klua, which is one of the most marginalized and isolated areas of Thailand. Continue Reading »
The Evangelical Covenant Church practices both infant baptism and infant dedication. This brochure outlines the Covenant’s stance on infant baptism and infant dedication and what it means to you as a parent, pastor or layperson.
Each year Covenant Children across North America have the opportunity to participate in an annual Children’s Service Project. Since the first children’s project in 2003, children have given nearly $150,000 to help children in need around the world.
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Adventures with God is a free curriculum for students from 3 to 11 years old and is an excellent tool for teaching Scripture to children. The curriculum also presents games, songs, and other activities. Adventures with God is based on the popular Covenant-produced Spanish curriculum, El Pacto con Dios. Continue Reading »
This year’s project will help children in four locations around the world, through Covenant Kids. Children in underprivileged neighborhoods of Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), India, and South Sudan live in the most impoverished conditions. Some families have experienced great violence, loss, and oppression. Continue Reading »