Teaching Children Theology

In this episode of At Home, Jennifer Dees leads the discussion on one of her favorite subjects, theology.
Jen’s passion for all things theological shows, when she drops real life theology lingo.  She loves this stuff!
Jen helps us see the value of sharing the gospel with our kids in day to day life–when they’re young, as part of their school time, and when we’re out in nature.
We talked about what we do when our kids ask us theological questions we can’t answer, and we offered up own our practical ways to make the Bible, and our relationship with God come alive. This episode is chock full of great resources and we hope it will be a help and encouragement to you.


Click “Continue Reading” down below for show notes.

Show Notes:

Jennifer Dees:
Bible in an Hour (audio)
Michael Phillips sermons on church history

Brianne Buskey:
The Ology
Trial and Triumph
Radiant: Fifty Remarkable Women in Church History
Hymns for kids
How to Teach the Catechism to Children

Rachel Reeves:
3 in 1: A Picture of God
New City Catechism app
The Westminster Shorter Catechism

Jennifer Naraki:
Books of the Bible songs from Classical Conversations:
Torchlighters 14 DVD Full Set
Song by Josh Garrels that led to Jen’s talk about theology with her son

Greta Eskridge:
The Jesus Storybook Bible
Star of Light by Patricia St. John
Wee sing Bible Songs –Books of the Old Testament:
Wee sing Bible Songs–Books of the New Testament:

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  1. Absolutely loving, loving the podcasts! I am literally copying and pasting the show notes into my own notes to remember all the resources you guys talk about. One of our favorite theological helps is the Adventures in Odyssey radio drama by Focus on the Family. We have a subscription to the “club” and can just stream the broadcasts on our kindle. My boys learn so much listening and playing legos for hours at a time. That and The Chronicles of Narnia which is my all time favorite! 🙂

  2. I love this so much! I am just beginning our home learning journey with my 3.5 year old and have been wrestling with how we do Bible learning and study in our routine. I look forward to exploring your resources. Also, I learned the books of the Bible song when I was real young and I can still sing it! So grateful for all those great songs I learned long ago.

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