“Grandma“ Joelee from the Chapel has another “Children’s Bible Audios – Stories for Kids” up on SermonAudio – “Who was Ezekiel?” – on the Prophet Ezekiel. Click on THIS LINK to listen.
In this audio, she tells about the life of the Prophet Ezekiel. She tells about his visions and prophecies, too. She connects these to a presentation of the gospel. In her audios, she tries to avoid controversy to reach as many children as possible with Bible stories, apologetics, and the gospel. But this audio is slightly pre-millennial. It’s hard not to give you a prophecy when writing about a prophet!
Her audios are for kids from about 4 to 12 years old. Adults, too, sometimes like listening to her audios.
“Grandma“ Joelee Is working on audios for kids on each of the major prophets lives. You can listen to her audio on DANIELand ISAIAH now. Also, if your kids want to learn more about cherubim and seraphim, she has an audio on that, too, HERE.
We also have more children’s resources on our WEBSITE .
Here are free Christian Resources – books and tracts at the Chapel. What’s on the table occasionally changes. In different seasons, we have different things featured. If you come and don’t see what you’re looking for, ask for Paul. We may have it somewhere else.
Here’s a brief description of each of the items available.
Friendship with God Hymnal – This is the hymnal we use. We have more details about it in this Post Here.
Changed by Tom Cantor – This short book is Tom Cantor’s testimony. Tom teachers at the Chapel. For more details and a link to a copy online read This Post.
Cambiado by Tom Cantor – This is Tom’s book Changed in Spanish.
Whosoever Will vs. Fatalism by Tom Cantor – This book presents a Provisionist understanding of salvation (soteriology) that is neither Calvinist nor Arminian. It is commonly called Provisionism. While this is the statement of faith of the Chapel, people with different beliefs attend and participate in ministry. This short book presents God‘s love for all, our need to trust in the Lord Jesus Christ to be saved, and everyone’s ability to respond to God for salvation. It has a number of Bible verses and offers very practical application. You can also read it online at Friendship With God.
More Than a Carpenter by Josh McDowell – This is a popular apologetics book. Christian apologetics is giving reasons to believe. This book center is on the Lord Jesus Christ. You can read more about it On This Post.
Our Daily Bread is a popular daily devotional. It has a daily Bible verse, short devotional, application, prayer, and references for reading though the Bible in a year.
How to Recognize the Messiah: a gospel tract. This presents six prophetic requirements by which the Messiah (Christ) can be identified from the old testament (Hebrew scriptures). It talks about Jesus and presents the gospel.
Why should you believe the Bible? Reasons From Romans: a gospel tract using the epistle to the Romans. It gives seven reasons why to believe, and a seven point “bridge of salvation.”
¿Pro qué debes creer la Biblical. Razones en Romanos: the same gospel track as above but in Spanish.
Have you Heard The Good News? A clear gospel tract
¿Has Oído Las Buenas Nuevas?” The same track as above but in Spanish.
“Passover and Jesus Our Passover Lamb“ by “Grandma Joelee” Chamberlain. This is a Children’s Bible Audios-Stories for Kids free audio. You can listen on SermonAudio
In this audio, first she tells the story of the original Passover in Exodus. Then, she connects this with John the Baptist to the Lord Jesus Christ being “the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.“ She tells of Christ’s crucifixion and relates Passover to it as a type, a “picture-prophecy.”
She then goes on to connect the work of Jesus Christ to the Feast of Unleavened Bread and First Fruits. She develops the number of points and connections in a way that a child can understand and enjoy.
This offers apologetics for kids through fulfilled prophecy and type. It is specifically an Easter apologetic. It can we listen to Jess for enjoyment, part of homeschooling, or other schooling. Many kids like listening to them when they go to bed.
“The Real Story of Easter for Children” by “Grandma” Joelee Chamberlain is a free audio that harmonizes the resurrection accounts and presents the gospel to kids.
Listen to it on SermonAudio. There is also a PDF of it on the site. You can also listen to this and for other audios on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and other podcast sites.
“The Real Story of Easter for Children” is for children ages 4 to 10, though adults have sometimes listen to them and learn from them, too.
This is something Joelee Chamberlain had taught in women and children’s Sunday school classes throughout the years. So, while it’s for kids, it has material that she developed for adults. I (Paul her son) also helped her with this. I have research this topic too. Also, I have spoken with a number of atheists on this topic. So this audio presents apologetic answers two questions and objections children may run into as they grow up.
She decided to make it as one of her Children’s Bible Audio-Stories for Kids so her grandson and other children could hear it.
This audio harmonizes the resurrection accounts in the Gospels and I Corinthians 15 and connects it to the gospel. After all, the resurrection is part of the gospel. This is a great audio to listen to at any time but especially during Easter season. It can be listened to just for a joy meant or as part of Sunday school or homeschooling.
Briefly, get a cake. Then scoop out a “tumb.“ Next, use a cookie or York mint patties for the door. Also, fresh flowers can be put on top. Like how the seat of a flower is buried and the flower blooms, so Christ was buried and rose from the dead.
This is “Grandma“ Joelee’s first video. She has done many audios previously. This video was shot by your son holding his phone and using pause for editing. Her later videos have gotten longer and are edited by a deacon at a former church. For her latest video, she got a tripod with a mount to shoot straight down. Lord willing, that video will be finished soon.
You can listen to her audios on her YouTube Channel, too. Or listen on your favorite podcast site.
This audio tells what a prophet is. It also tells what a false prophet is. It gives examples from the Bible and the criteria of a prophet from the Old and New Testaments. Tells that Jesus is the greatest prophet and fulfills many prophecies at His first Coming, so we can know that He will fulfill the prophecies that say He is coming again. Of course, it links to the Gospel. It is for ages 4 – 10 years old adults have listened to and enjoyed my audios as well. – SermonAudio description
Her audios are also on sites like iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and many other sites. It may take some time for these other sites to transfer this new one over, but it’s available right now on SermonAudio.
We are linking to different audio’s that are connected to this time.
This one is a fill an audio that gives the story of a person in the Bible. It’s made for children about from 4 to 10 (though sometimes in adults enjoyed listening to them) and of course is connected to the gospel.
Esta es la verdadera historia de la Navidad contada para niños y viene de Lucas y Mateo. Incluye algunas profecías del Antiguo Testamento y termina con una presentación conectada del Evangelio. Es estrictamente la historia de la Biblia; nada empalagoso. Para las edades 4-10, aunque los adultos también han aprendido y disfrutado de mis otros audios. Traducido y grabado en español por Ellen Maley.
Told for children ages 4 to 10, this audio tells the story of the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ from the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke. Some prophecies are given, and the story is connected to a gospel presentation for children.
“Grandma Joelee” from the Chapel have a new free children’s Bible audio up! It’s called “What Is Heaven Like?” You can listen here on SermonAudio
“In this short audio I tell some things from the Bible about what heaven is like. I tell of the joyful things about being there and how it is our real home. I tell what dying is and talk about the body and spirit. But I do those in a rather matter-of-fact way, not wanting to frighten small children. I also tell of our resurrection and the New Heavens and New Earth, too. I stress the happiness of being with the Lord and our friends and family who are already in heaven. I tell that this is a hope and encouragement (even when we’re sad), but we also important work to do now like sharing the Gospel and helping people. The Second Coming is also talked about, but I avoid any controversial subjects such as the timing of the Rapture and the Millennium. That is left up to the parents. Of course Ialso give the Gospel, as that is the way to get there. For children 4 to 10 years old, though even adults may enjoy it.” – From the audio description