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How do you behave in front of a king or a queen? And what's the secret message of the Queen's handbag? The Wise Men come from the East and have to work out what they're going to do in front of the king in Matthew 2.Get hold of The Adventure of Christmas e-Book from the Good Book Company.Music by Randall Goodgame from Slugs and Bugs Family ChristmasAnd SoundstripeSee the full Adventure of Christmas Youtube video hereReadings and sketches performed by Anna Nicholson and Meg Blowey.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
What's just so exciting, you just can't keep it in?! And does it involve gherkins? Things get weird pretty fast with Amy as special guest with Ed and Jam. But there are a load of fun facts before we get onto the hillside and hang out with the shepherds in Luke 2:8-18. Now there's something to shout about.Get hold of The Adventure of Christmas e-Book from the Good Book Company.See the full Adventure of Christmas Youtube video hereMusic by David and Yvonne LyonReadings and sketches performed by Anna Nicholson and Meg Blowey.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
The Christmas adventure continues with Joseph and the Angel - and a name that's also a job title. But what even is a cooper, a fletcher and a whitesmith? And why does a cooper need a hooper?Get hold of The Adventure of Christmas e-Book from the Good Book Company.Music from Slugs and Bugs Family Christmas AlbumReadings and sketches performed by Anna Nicholson and Meg Blowey.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
We continue our Christmas adventure with Mary and the return of the Angel. God is ripping up Mary's wedding plans - what a relief that no-one will be throwing shoes at her! (Oh, that's one of the fun facts about wedding. I know. Jam? No.)Get hold of The Adventure of Christmas e-Book from the Good Book Company.Music from Awesome Cutlery - A Long Long Long Long Time AgoReadings and sketches performed by Anna Nicholson and Meg Blowey.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
It's CHRISTMAS! Nearly. Steady on. Whoa there! Hold your jingling horses. We kick of our Pre-Christmas adventure with Zechariah, Elizabeth and an Angel, from Luke 1:5-24. And fun facts about very weird animals who react very strangely in a crisis.Get hold of The Adventure of Christmas e-Book from the Good Book Company.Readings and sketches performed by Anna Nicholson and Meg Blowey.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Where did the summer go? Is it that time already? Back to school? Here's Ed and Jam with one last podcast in the series to send you off through school gates remembering what's important and that Jesus is with you. Looking at Psalm 23. Plus a big animal quiz!With God Together - A series of Sunday School lessons based on PsalmsPsalm 23 read by Tilly Cary. Second time with Zoe, Ethan and KatyFaith in Parents #69 | BACK TO SCHOOL. With God. Together... a conversation with Mark MeynellSupport the show (http://faithinkids.org)
When were you last trapped, stuck or locked in? Hear how Ed's babysitter ended up cracking an accidental escape room, and why you can't keep your donkey in a bath tub after 7pm in Alabama. AND how to live the BEST life aka The Blessed life. But we're going to meet opposition if we do what Jesus says. Blessed are the Persecuted, says Jesus, and Peter and John in Acts 4 find out what that really means.Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Beatitudes Song by Randall Goodgame on Sing the Bible Volume 3Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Don't we mean a piece of cake? Nope. Blessed are the Peacemakers. Especially with swindlers like Zacchaeus around. Jesus wanted to have tea (and cake) with him. Shocking! He was such a bad tax collector, he might as well have put a tax on beards. That's just one of our fun facts. And when did you last have to say sorry? And why do pork pies keep coming back in this podcast?Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Song: God's Kingdom is Here by Michael J Tinker on The Topsy Turvy Kingdom AlbumSketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Jesus is so powerful, he could heal people from a distance. At least he can if you're pure in heart. Jam and Ed talk about what that means, along with tales of pure water and greetings from Chile. And when did you last get properly wet and muddy?Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Ed and Jam are joined in the studio by Anna (Nicks) and Anna (Nukes) and we hear traumatic tales of holidays gone horribly wrong. And we think about what it means to be merciful, turning to that hero of that parable, The Good Samaritan.Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Music: Love One Another by Randall Goodgame/Slugs and BugsKillers Whales FX by MBARI_MARS CC BY-NC 3.0)Music licenced from SoundstripeIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Ed and Jam are joined in the studio by  Johnny, Freya and some Emperor Penguins. And we're looking at what it is to hunger and thirst for Christ, finding Anna in the Temple. She's 84!Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Emperor Penguins: Under Creative Commons licenceMusic: Awesome Redeemer from DumbrocksIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Meekness is not weakness! The best life is the blessed life - and we find out how Jesus shows us what meekness looks like. We think about taming wild animals, antelopes and Beefalo - and why you should NEVER try to ride a zebra. And we're in Luke Chapter 22, starting at verse 47 - and we wonder what the disciples made of it.Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.Plus some music from Awesome Cutlery - Jesus when you died.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
The best life is the blessed life - in the sad times too. When were you last really sad? And how do you make a dog sad? You might not like the answer! And what happens when a baby giraffe is born? And some weird facts about why a moth drinks the tears of birds... Plus the widow at Nain has a wonderful surprise thanks to Jesus.Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Ed and Jam are back with the FIRST in a Summer Series on the Beatitudes.How do we have the best life? It's all about the blessed life. But what would your best day be? And would it involve pork pie's, like Jam's would? And what happens when the little ones come to Jesus? What can they teach us about the best life? We look at Mark 10:13-16. Plus a sketch, a quiz and a song from Slugs and Bugs. What could be better?Readings and sketches read and performed by Anna Nicholson, Anna Newcome, Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough.Sketch written and produced by James Cary. Recorded at Crown Lane Studio.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Ice Cream? Or Sausage Rolls? That's the big question that Ed and Jam somehow end up talking about, as well as the oldest invitation to a party that's probably finished by now. But most importantly, Ed explains the best news from Luke 14: 15-24 about the most amazing party that we're all invited to.Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Cameron Potts and Anna McGarahan. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.The song is Jesus is the Resurrection by Michael J Tinker. Find out more here.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
When did you last thing something had gone horribly wrong - and it hadn't? Plus possums, frogs and singing dogs. Oh, and an encounter on the Road to Emmaus with the risen Jesus!Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Cameron Potts and Anna McGarahan. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.The song is He is Risen from Caroline at Gabriel music.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
What meal are you most looking forward to? Ed and Jam are asking about the meal Jesus was looking forward to, after the Last Supper. So the Last Supper isn't the last supper? Ed explains. And some fun pizza facts, and Ed whips out his Italian skills.Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Cameron Potts and Anna McGarahan. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.The song is Jesus When You Died by Awesome CutleryIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
What have you queued up for? Did you long to be at the front of the queue? Why? And do you want to eat your dinner under the sea or over the Grand Canyon? No? Okay, well think about what Jesus has to say to those important people gathered for a meal That's what we're thinking about today in Luke 14.Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Anna Boon and Anna Nicholson. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.The song 'Two Shirts' is by Randall Goodgame.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
There's a war going on in the air between moths and bats? Did you know that? Bats are experts at listening, like we need to be.  Like Mary. Not running around trying to do everything like Martha. That's what we're thinking about today in Luke 10:38-42.Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Anna Boon and Anna Nicholson. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.The song 'Your Word' is from Dumbrocks. Find out more and get resources here.If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
Ed and Jam are back and holding their noses with great thankfulness. Are you thankful?  What's your favourite smell? We're talking about Meals with Jesus and something off happens with perfume. Just feel for any dogs nearby... We're in Luke 7:36-50.Get hold of Meals with Jesus by Ed Drew here.Reading from International Children's Bible.Reading and sketch performed by Freya Storch and Johnny Fairclough. Sketch written by James Cary with Ed Drew.'This is what Jesus said' by the Cannell family. For more info, contact charlie.cannell@gmail.comIf you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us at podcast@faithinkids.org. We'd love to hear your stories, feedback and encouragements.Episode recorded and produced by James Cary.Music licensed from Soundstripe.Please prayerfully consider making a donation to the ministry of Faith in Kids. For more information on Faith in Kids, go to Faithinkids.org Support the show (http://faithinkids.org)
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