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Listen to “The Apostle Thomas: Didymus? Let’s Be Bible Detectives!” a Children’s Bible Audio by “Grandma” Joelee

Listen to  “#49 – The Apostle Thomas: Didymus? Let’s Be Bible Detectives! by “Grandma” Joelee free children’s Bible audio at SermonAudio

The story behind this Bible story for kids: There didn’t seem to be enough information to make an audio on the life of the apostle Thomas. They were very interesting bits and pieces, and of course his declaration in John 20:28, “My Lord and my God,” but how to fit it all together?

The solution was to show the tools that were used to connect  all the pieces of the biblical information on the apostle Thomas. This way children could learn how to use a harmony of the Gospels, a Bible atlas, concordance, and lexicon.

As this is real investigative work, the model of being “Bible detectives“ was used to tie it all together and make it interesting. In this audio, kids can learn about the apostle Thomas, hear are the gospel, and also learn tools they could use in their own research as they grow up.

Joelee Chamberlain’s Children’s Bible Audios-Stories for Kids are not only available on SermonAudio and many other podcast sites including iTunes Google Podcasts and Stitcher

They can just be listen to and also used as part of formal instruction such as homeschooling.

Listen to “Moses, a Humble Leader”, a Children’s Bible Audio by “Grandma” Joelee

Listen to “Moses, a Humble Leader” by “Grandma” Joelee, a free children’s Bible audio, at SermonAudio

She has audios telling the Bible storyline, others that fill in stories about people in the Bible, an apologetics series, and special audios. This one fills in with a story about Moses.

“Moses, a Humble Leader” tells the life of Moses, giving only the details of the life of Moses that are in the Bible. This starts with his parents and his birth, then going through his being in the bulrushes, living with Pharoah’s daughter, working with his father-in-law’s sheep, freeing the children of Israel from Egypt, some of the many adventures in the wilderness, and ending with his death on the mountain top. Of course, the Gospel is included. It’s aimed at children 4-10 years old, though adults may also enjoy it. – from SermonAudio

This and her other audios are on SermonAudio and many other podcast sites including iTunes Google Podcasts and Stitcher

These can be just listened to for enjoyment (Psalms 1:2),  for homeschooling, or for other formal instruction. Some kids like to listen to them while they fall asleep.