With hosts best-selling author Amy Parker and author and co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki.If you have a child in your life that you want to pass along biblical values to, this podcast is for you.Hosted by best-selling author Amy Parker and author and co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki, The Bible for Kids podcast seeks to provide a discovery platform for the best resources for teaching biblical values to kids. Guests include authors, teachers, musicians, film makers and more. The Bible for Kids podcast is produced by Dan Lynch for Brentwood Studios.
On this podcast, Mike and Amy interview Jean Thomason or perhaps more widely known in church circles and with children, Miss PattyCake.
Jean Thomason has more than 35 years of experience as a musical performer, worship leader, author and conference speaker to women, parents, grandparents, teachers and children’s ministers. AND, she is the living embodiment of the
joyful children’s musical character, “Miss PattyCake.” Through this brightly costumed character, Jean plants biblical truths into little lives, while helping equip parents to lay a spiritual foundation. Her recently published book is, “Sharing God’s BIG
LOVE with Little Lives.” She and her husband have 2 grown children, and live in Franklin, TN.
A re-post from the early days of the Podcast last fall - we have so many more listeners today, we will be posting some of the early episodes as Bonus Episodes in the coming months. Enjoy learning about Night Night Bible Stories and Night Night Devotions from co-host Amy Parker - perfect for that time right before bed.
Join hosts Mike and Amy as they interview Yancy! Yancy is a worship leader, producer and songwriter for kids that travels the globe doing family concerts and training worship leaders. She has a heart for the Church and a burning passion to help this generation become the worshippers God created them to be. Through her music that makes Jesus loud, she produces many worship resources for kids including the series: “Kidmin Worship” (preteen/elementary) and “Little Praise Party” (young children). Most recently she created a game-changing curriculum to help you teach kids the heart of worship called “Heartbeat”. Her life is made even more complete with her husband, Cory and sons, Sparrow and Rhythm, where they live in Nashville, TN. Follow her on social media at @YancyNotNancy
Amy and Mike interview Scarlet Hiltibidal about her book for tweens/teens: He Numbered the Pores on My Face.
When Scarlet Hiltibidal was a teenager, plastic butterfly clips were all the rage. She couldn’t understand why they didn’t look the same in her “frizzy, bulbous hair” as they did on the blonde whose mom was a professional hair stylist. Back then, she would have sanctioned the destruction of scores of actual butterflies just to own the label "pretty butterfly clips girl." And so it goes for many girls like Scarlet who strive for self-worth yet struggle to find it.
He Numbered the Pores on My Face is for teens who long for beauty, love, and rest. Any labels you long for today might as well be “looks good in butterfly clips” if you are not rooted in who Jesus says you are, because any self-centered identity is going to leave you in the same place: unfulfilled and unhappy. Girls will relate to Scarlet’s stories as she discusses hottie lists, eating disorders, and haphazard beauty in a way that is both humorous and thought provoking. Through it all, she describes how she found peace by learning to see life not through a mirror but through a Savior who shapes who we were, who we are, and who we will be.
What a way to start off 2020 - Amy and Mike interview author Tricia Goyer about her book "The Grumble Free Year." Sound impossible? Check out this first of 2020 podcast to learn more and find some tips you can put into play with your family.
One you may have missed from way back when we launched our podcast - listen in to this interview with Slugs & Bugs creator Randall Goodgame and learn about his music ministry for families and the all new Slugs and Bugs Show!
We're excited to have singer songwriter Michael W Smith in the studio this week talking about his kids brand Nuturing Steps. In addition to a lullaby cd, Michael has just released the third book in the series, Merry Christmas Nighty Night.
In this episode Amy and Mike interview Allison Hottinger and her sister Lisa Kalberer, creators of The Giving Manger, a new family Christmas tradition focused on giving and the true meaning of Christmas. You can learn more about them at TheGivingManger.com.
This week - Amy and Mike interview Art Rainer, Vice President at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He writes widely about issues related to finance, wealth, and generosity.
The Secret Slide Money Club is a unique early-reader fiction series that uses humor and adventure to teach children the foundational principles of financial health—Give, Save, Live. This first trio of books is quick-paced, offering tons of silliness and action while showing young readers about God's way to be wise with money.
On this episode, hosts Amy and Mike catch up with rising author Mike Thomas who writes the fiction series The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls.
Mike Thomas grew up in Florida playing sports and riding his bike to the library and an arcade named the Cosmic Cowboy. He graduated from Liberty University, earning a bachelor’s degree in Bible Studies. When his son Peter was nine years old, Mike went searching for books that would teach Peter about the Bible in a fun, imaginative way. Finding none, he decided to write his own series.
Amy and Mike interview author Scarlet Hiltibidal about her book Afraid of All Things and growing up in the Saturday Night Live green room. Scarlet's mom Victoria Jackson is a popular SNL alumni. Scarlet Hiltibidal is a very professional wife and mother to her family in Middle Tennessee. She loves sign language with her daughters, nachos by herself, writing for her friends, and dreaming of being a famous chef while spilling the cheese dust from the macaroni box on the kitchen counter and using it anyway. She treasures the freedom of resting in the work of Jesus and hopes to help others rest as well.
Intrigued? In this episode Amy interviews co-host Mike Nawrocki about his new book series the Dead Sea Squirrels. As co-creator of VeggieTales, co-founder of Big Idea Entertainment, and the voice of the beloved Larry the Cucumber, Mike Nawrocki has been dedicated to helping parents pass on biblical values to their kids through storytelling for over two decades. Mike currently serves as Assistant Professor of Film and Animation at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennesee, and makes his home in nearby Franklin with his wife, Lisa, and their two children.
On this episode, Amy and Mike catch up with award-winning and best-selling author Mary Manz Simon. Mary holds a doctorate degree in Early Childhood Education and has written titles selling more than three million copies available in ten languages. This fall Mary has two new releases from Beaming Books, A Countdown to Christmas and The Family Time Bible.
Continuing in the discussion of Bible Stories and how they impact kids, this weeks guest, Lifeway publisher, Jennifer Lyell discusses how teaching Sunday school and her interaction with one special child led her to write the new The Promises of God Bible Storybook.
A conversational, whimsical, biblically faithful retelling of more than fifty key Bible stories, The Promises of God Storybook Bible lets your child hear favorite stories with new ears, repeatedly assuring them that each word is proof of God’s unstoppable love and unbreakable promises to His people.
In this episode, hosts Amy and Mike interview Randall Goodgame, founder of the popular kids music brand Slugs and Bugs. Slugs & Bugs creates music and stories full of faith and silliness for the whole family to delight in and sing for years to come. Randall will also fill our listeners in on the brand new Slugs and Bugs TV series starting this fall.
Mike and Amy's interview with VeggieTales co-creator Phil Vischer continues in this episode where they discuss The Mr Phil Show, his new Bible Storybook and the relaunch of VeggieTales and an upcoming Christmas episode.
Hosts best-selling author Amy Parker and author and co-creator of VeggieTales Mike Nawrocki interview Phil Vischer. Phil Vischer is the co-creator of the children's video series VeggieTales and creator of the follow-up series What's in the Bible? Since the release of the first VeggieTales episode in 1993, more than 65 million units have been sold. Vischer and his wife, Lisa, live in the Chicago area with their 3 children. Phil recently released his first Bible storybook, the Laugh and Learn Bible for Kids, available now wherever books are sold.
Amy Parker interviews The Bible for Kids co-host Mike Nawrocki. As co-creator of VeggieTales, co-founder of Big Idea Entertainment, and the voice of the beloved Larry the Cucumber, Mike Nawrocki has been dedicated to helping parents pass on biblical values to their kids through storytelling for over two decades. Mike currently serves as Assistant Professor of Film and Animation at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennesee, and makes his home in nearby Franklin with his wife, Lisa, and their two children. The Dead Sea Squirrels is Mike's first children's book series.
In this prequel to The Bible for Kids podcast, co-host Mike Nawrocki introduces you to best-selling author, Amy Parker. Amy Parker has written more than sixty books, selling more than 2 million copies, for children, teens, and adults, including the best-selling A Night Night Prayer, Thank You, God, for Mommy, and Thank You, God, for Daddy. She has collaborated with authors ranging from New York Times bestsellers to her very own son. But Amy's greatest reward is being a wife to Daniel and a mom to their amazing sons, Michael and Ethan.