Faith at Home

Faith at Home Resources

Family discipleship is so important—especially during this season when we are apart. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of some of our favorite family devotionals, kids Bibles, children’s books, and other spiritual formation resources for the whole family!

Kids Virtual Worship Video ARchive

A collection of all our weekly virtual worship videos for kids 0-10

Staff Favorite Family Devotionals

Faithful Families

Creating Sacred Moments at Home

by Traci Smith

Simple spiritual practices, do-it-yourself ideas, and additional resources to transform your family’s everyday moments into sacred moments! (all ages)


Jacob’s Well VBS Greatest Hits

NEW! A Spotify playlist of VBS favorites that kids (and adults) are sure to love!




A Yearlong Guide for Your Child’s Spiritual Formation

by Jared Patrick Boyd

A playful children’s devotional to engage kids with the gospel holistically— cultivating their faith through their imagination! (age 6 – adult)


Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing

101 Devotions about God’s Great Love for You

by Sally Lloyd-Jones

A beautifully illustrated collection of 101 simple-yet-profound thoughts on faith that are perfect for kids! This devotional shares profound spiritual truths from the Bible in a conversational tone—drawing insights from various spheres to draw our attention to the God who loves us with a never-ending love. (ages 5+)


We Wonder Podcast

Contemplative Bible Storytelling for Children & Grownups Alike

This podcast guides kids and families through the spiritual practice of Lectio Divina, a monastic practice of scripture reading, meditation, and prayer! (age 5 – adult)


The Action Bible Devotional

101 Devotions about God’s Great Love for You

by: Jeremy V. Jones
illustrated by: Sergio Cariello

Say goodbye to Bible boredom with this 52-week devotional that launches faith into everyday life! Instructive Bible stories, stunning artwork, and engaging activities combine to take Scripture truths off the page and into your middle schooler’s daily reality. (ages 9-12)

Parenting in Support of Black Lives: How to build a Just Future for Kids

Family-Friendly Volunteering with

Pack nutritious, shelf-stable meals with your “quaranTEAM” for the most vulnerable in our community! Youthfront’s Something to Eat program provides a safe environment under current safely guidelines so small groups can help tackle food insecurity during the pandemic crisis. There’s no charge to take part, but donations are welcome!

WHEN: Anytime, any day! (1-hour time slots available Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)
WHERE: Youthfront’s Snack Shack KC, 3112 Strong Ave, KCK


Children’s Books that Support Conversations on Race & Racism

God’s Very Good Idea, by Trillia Newbell (ages 4-8)

All Are Welcome, by Alexandra Penfold (ages 4-8)

Say Something, by Peter H. Reynolds (ages 4-8)

The Skin You Live In, by Michael Tyler (ages 4-8)

Something Happened in Our Town,
by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins, and Ann Hazzard, (ages 4-8)

The Whispering Town,
by Jennifer Elvgren, (ages 7-11)

Schomburg: The Man Who Built a Library,
by Carole Boston Weatherford, (ages 9-12)

Here are some of our other favorite resources to nurture faith at home:

Kids Bibles:
The Rhyme Bible Storybook, by Linda J. Sattgast (ages 2-4)
The Jesus Storybook Bible, by Sally Lloyd-Jones (ages 3- 6)
My First Message, by Eugene H. Peterson (ages 4-8)
The Biggest Story, by Kevin DeYoung (ages 6-9)
The Discoverer’s Bible (NIRV) – large-print Bible for young readers, (ages 7-9)
The Action Bible – comic strip-style Bible (ages 7-10)
The Kids Devotional Bible (NIRV), by Zondervan (ages 7-10)

Other Resources:
Jacob’s Well Family Facebook Page
Book List for Children’s Spiritual Formation
Pandemic Hope: A Family Devotional for Life During COVID-19
Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing (daily devotional) by Sally Lloyd-Jones
The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross by Carl Laferton
Indescribable by Louie Giglio
God Made All of Me by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb
God’s Very Good Idea by Trillia Newbell and Catalina Echeverri
Playing in the Advent Story