How to Teach Kids Biblical Worldview

As Christian parents who know and love the Lord, we strive to present our children with a biblical perspective of history, daily life, and who we are as image-bearers of God. It takes intention and purpose, because in this fallen world, the default is most definitely NOT biblical. We work to create a Christ-centered home that teaches and trains our children well. Part of that training is to teach kids biblical worldview. 

But what exactly is biblical worldview? Why is it important to teach it to our children? And how do we go about doing that? 

This is a sponsored review post and giveaway in cooperation with Apologia. All opinions are my own. 

How to Teach Kids Biblical Worldview - tips and resources including Apologia's What We Believe Series

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Sometimes it can be hard to navigate the waters of what to teach our kids and how to find solid resources to help us in that effort. I think that is especially true as parents who want to raise kids who know and love the Lord! Right now we have 6 kids who are all 9 and under. We are in the trenches of teaching and training, so having a clear direction and helpful tools is essential.  While we are by no means experts by experience, we have grown in passion these past years for being a Christ-centered home that will teach kids a biblical worldview. 

What is a worldview? A worldview is simply the way we view the world. Everyone has a worldview because it is basically the way we see and experience the world through the lenses of our beliefs. Our worldview influences everything in our lives. Everything! Relationships, choices, how we thing, what we say, and what we do. The worldview of individuals and groups comes into play in families, people groups, politics, governments, and more. Worldview matters!

Why teach kids biblical worldview? Our kids will one day go out into the world and make their own decisions. We want them to be fully equipped for that! While our kids are at home, a big part of our job is to teach them how to view, interact with, and process the world through the lens of scripture, which never changes. It is helping them to build their house on solid rock and not the shifting sand of popular culture. It is also teaching them discernment, helping them to identify differing worldview in daily life, the public arena, and world history. 

Cultivating the soil of their hearts. We are not responsible for the salvation or sanctification of our children. That is the job of the Holy Spirt. However, we are called to cultivate the soil of our children’s hearts and the environment of our home, to plant the seeds of the gospel, and to pray for them diligently. In my view, teaching them a biblical worldview is a part of that work to cultivate the soil of their hearts. 

Ways to teach biblical worldview. There are may ways you can be intentional to teach kids biblical worldview. First of all, read the Bible! Making the scripture a regular part of your family life will go far in this. Not only will they be hearing God’s Word, but family discussions about how to handle real-life situations in light of God’s truth will be a treasure. Biblically solid sermons at church are also important.

You can also use tools such as good Bible curriculum and devotions, Christian kids’ entertainment, and more. One of my favorite resources is actually specifically written to teach biblical worldview! Apologia’s What We Believe series is a goldmine of books and other tools for parents.

Teach Kids Biblical Worldview with Apologia

Teach Biblical Worldview with Apologia What We Believe Series

I first came across Apologia’s What We Believe series a few years ago when we reviewed the book What on Earth Can I Do? It was such a fun experience that explored how to properly steward all the blessings God has given us. Not only did the kids and I love our daily time reading through the book and its stories together, but the message was amazing and had a lasting impact. 

The What We Believe series includes four volumes: 

  • Who is God? – Introduces foundational truths of biblical worldview, including creation, sin, God’s character, and His plan of salvation
  • Who Am I? – Explores how we are created in the image of God, fostering a healthy and biblical self-image
  • Who is My Neighbor? – Shows kids how to serve others – including family, their community, and the world – in the name of Christ
  • What on Earth Can I Do? – Helps kids learn how to use all their gifts, including time, talent, and possessions, for God’s glory

Additional resources are available for each volume, including Notebooking Journals, Jr. Notebooking Journals, MP3 recordings of the text, and coloring books. Each book can be read in sequence or you can choose any one to start with. They also can be used for a wide range of ages!

Each volume is designed to take a year but that is flexible as well. In our homeschool we primarily used it as a read-aloud and discussion guide along with the coloring pages. The journals make it a more complete curriculum, and for older kids it can be used as independent work. If you don’t homeschool, the What We Believe series would make a great family devotion, too! 

Here are just a few things to love about the What We Believe series: 

  • Presents culture and history in light of scripture
  • Truly engaging stories with conversational tone 
  • Hard-back books with beautiful illustrations
  • Related coloring pages to keep the hands busy during read aloud time
  • Fun Notebooking Journals to kick the learning up a notch

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How to Teach Kids Biblical Worldview - tips and resources including Apologia's What We Believe Series

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This Post Has 261 Comments

  1. This resource looks great. It’s so important to understsnd how we see the world, why we see it that way, and how to live it out.

  2. I am so interested in the Neighbor book! Our world is in such termoil right now. The only answer is Jesus! The next generation is going to have a terrible burden of war I fear… teaching our children the love of Jesus is the most important thing I can do

  3. I think all the books looks awesome. I love teaching my kids with Christian curriculum I can trust.

  4. We have used Apologia for our science curriculum, but we have never looked into this Apologia series. The “Who Am I” book sounds amazing! We have all struggled with self-image and other personal doubts, but this book looks like it would confront those lies head-on. Thank you for introducing me to this series. I will definitely be checking these out!

  5. I like the notebookingredients pages. I would like to incorporate notebooking in my homeschool. This study seems to combine book work with notebooking, which is where I would need to start to wrap my mind around how to incorporate notebooking into my homeschool. Thank you for the opportunity!

  6. Thank you so much for sharing about this series! We have used the Apologia Science for many years but I wasn’t aware of this!

  7. I’ve always wanted to try this curriculum! I love that I could use it with all my children at once.

  8. The book Who AM I?

  9. Apologia is an amazing resource!!! Thank you for hosting this giveaway!!

  10. We’re interested in starting with the first one, Who is God.

  11. The “who is God” book would be great for my kiddos and help me to explain the answers to their questions in a more comprehensible way!

  12. Currently, I’m most interested in Who Is God and How Can We Know Him? I think my children have a pretty firm idea, but I want to continue to explore the knowing him part with them.

  13. I’ve used Apologia for the first time this year year and have lobed it!

  14. The feature that excites me the most is the interactive nature of the text. This is HUGE with my kids!

  15. I like the Notebooks that go with the books.

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  17. I have been wanting to try Apologia science and/or writing material to see if it is a good fit for us.

  18. All looks good! Would love to win. What On Earth Can I Do looks practical and something my kids would love to learn about.

  19. The notebooking journals and audio cd’s look like wonderful teaching tools.

  20. I used the first book in this series this year and I love it! My son is 7 and last night we were discussing repercussions of The Fall after reading about it this week. Anything that sticks with my 7 year old is worth it. πŸ™‚

  21. I have been looking for something to use in our devotional hour. This looks like a great book to use.

  22. I would love to have this for my children and children that I work with.

  23. I would love to teach my kids about who is your neighbor and develop a grateful attitude towards all that they are blessed with

  24. I know a few people who have used these, I would like to look at them more.

  25. I like the feature of the notebooking journals to go along with the books!

  26. I love the journaling pages and would really like to win the Who is God book. Thanks for a great giveaway!!

  27. I’ve had my eye on Who is God? for awhile. In fact, the whole set sits in my wishlist at an online bookstore. Thanks for this article!

  28. Looks like an awesome Apologia book set. It is so important to teach our children what we believe and why.

  29. I love the Who am I and the What on Earth Can I do books.

  30. I believe that “Who Am I” would greatly benefit my daughter in discovering herself.

  31. The book on what can I do? sounds so perfect for our family!

  32. I would love to try “What on Earth Can I do?”

  33. While they all look interesting, “What on Earth can I do” looks the most interesting.

  34. Thank you for this opportunity. We love Apologia!

  35. I’m excited to begin the series with ‘Who is God?’ I love that there are junior notebooking journals to go with this study too!! We have been using Apologia for science in our homeschool since Kindergarten & appreciate the creation-based curriculum. Thank you!

  36. We would really like to explore who is my neighbor

  37. I’ve been eyeing these but haven’t bitten the bullet yet.

    1. I’d love to start with Who is God!

  38. I’m interested in the Who Am I book… but I’d want to start with the first one first!

  39. all of the series look like it would be a good teaching tool especially “what on Earth can I do”. Thanks for the opportunity!

  40. I love that there are notebooking resources.

  41. I would love to use this for my bible portion of homeschool for my son! I would be most excited about “who am I?” I think its so important to be speaking life and truth over our kids and over their identity in Christ!

  42. I was given one of these books and have not really looked at it. Reading about this series excites me. I would love to have them all. I love that it is geared towards the ages of all my children so we can do it together.

  43. I’m still building my library and would love these books as an addition. This has been a great week full of resources.

  44. Who is God interests me the most.

  45. I am most interested in the what on earth can I do? book.

  46. The Who Am I series looks good.

  47. I have never heard about these books! They sound amazing. I would be most excited about The Who is God book.

  48. I was just looking at these to purchase them. They look really good and Apologia has wonderful teaching tools.

  49. . We’ve used their science textbooks and our children love them! We finished Who Is God last year and I think I enjoyed it more than my kiddos πŸ™‚

  50. When I teach a Biblical worldview, I know that my kids are better prepared to face the struggles ahead of them. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway!

  51. I’ve been eyeing this series for years! Some of my kids are still too young, so I’ve been waiting. I love the wide age range and the reusability of these books, so they’ll be good for the whole family.

  52. This looks amazing! And the timing is perfect. Everything looks so beautifully illustrated. Thanks for the opportunity.

  53. We love Apologia!
    We would be greatly blessed to win a book from Apologia. I would most likely choose “Who Am I”. God bless.

  54. The feature that interests me most is the
    Related coloring pages to keep the hands busy during read aloud time

  55. The last book, what can we do, is of most interest to me because it puts everything you’ve learned into action!

  56. I’m most interested in the “what on earth can I do now?” Book. It is sometimes hard to know how to help children apply Scripture to where they are.

  57. I think I’d like the 2nd and 3rd books best, “Who am I?” and “Who is my Neighbor?” I wonder if it makes more sense to do the series in order though?

  58. Wow what an awsome give away thank you for your generosity and the chance to win !!

  59. I woudl select What on Earth Can I Do? We’ve completed the first 2 books and have the 3rd one already.

  60. The whole series looks wonderful! We love when stories tie it all in together.

  61. I would love the who is God series

  62. I think the book I’d be most interested in for my young son would be What on Earth Can I Do? Illustrating to him that little things show Christ’s love, that the people who created this book believes this just like mommy tells him. It would drive home something I am trying to instill in him and it makes me very excited.

  63. “WHO AM I?” is a book that I would love most to take my children through!
    Thank you for this giveaway!!

  64. Who Am I?
    We are working our way through the first book so the next one would be wonderful.

  65. Excited to try these books and help my children find God’s blessings each day!

  66. What a great giveaway! I like The Who am I book.

  67. I’ve wanted to go through these for years, mostly time has stopped me. We’ve always got something else going on. My kids are now 5-12 years old and I’d love to go through them before my oldest is too old to enjoy them with the rest of us. I just think a worldview study for kids is a really beneficial thing.

  68. I think my favorite volume is Who Is God?
    Thank you for the giveaway.

  69. I was just looking at this series last week. I really need to start this with my kiddos but the $ isn’t in the budget right now. Winning even just the 1st book would make my day!

  70. I would love to have the “What We Believe” series from Apologia!

  71. The fun journals with neat games and thoughtful questions look great!

  72. Interested in The Who is God book!!

  73. This sounds like a very exciting giveaway! We are big fans of Apologia products, and what’s great resource this would be.

  74. I love the Who Am I book and note booking journals. Would love to use them both with my kids!

  75. This curriculum looks awesome!

  76. AWESome gift!

  77. The whole set looks so good, but if I had to pick one book that really stands out, it would be either “Who is God?” or “What on Earth Can I Do?”. The first looks good because it’s such a good, deep subject, and one that I struggle in conveying the magnitude of that answer to my children. The other is intriguing because my kids are now very interested in coming up with ideas on things they can do to make a difference in the world.

  78. The Who Am I? Book sounds interesting.

  79. We have really enjoyed the first two books and would love to win The Who is My Neighbor set!

  80. The “Who is God?” book interests me the most. How a child grows up to view God can impact how they view themselves and others. I am hoping it will show that God is better and more reliable than parents, since none of us are perfect!

  81. i would love to win this!!

  82. Who is God? Would be the most interesting to us. My kids are. Instantly asking questions about God, some of which are hard to answer! We would love this.

  83. Love this series. Would love to add this to our home library!!

  84. Love this series!

  85. We have the first and last book in the series. I would like to try Who is My Neighbor? Thank you for the giveaway!

  86. I love Apologia books.

  87. My boys (K & 2nd grade) have been slowly working our way through “Who Is God?” They color while I read and discuss the questions with them. They love it and so do I! I would love to have the next books and workbooks in the series ready for us to explore.

  88. I just started Who is God? with my children today but I would love the other books in the series πŸ™‚

  89. It is very important for us to have a healthy self-image. I am interested in “Who Am I” by Apologia. It is also the next book in the series for us.

  90. This looks like a great program.

  91. The Who is God book looks great.

  92. Who am I?

  93. “Who am I” looks most interesting, I think.

  94. I am most interested in Who is God.

  95. This series looks fantastic!

  96. I’ve been wanting this whole series!!! I would love the Who Am I book as we are working on developing our kids’ healthy self images.

  97. The ‘Who is God?’ book looks like the thing i’ve been looking for to help my kids!

  98. I think the book Who I am? would be the best fit for my preteens. Realizing the why and what if God’s creation would be great.

  99. I would love this package for my homeschooling family.

  100. I love the corresponding notebook journals with each of these. What a great learning tool for kids!

  101. I’d love to win this giveaway and have these wonderful resources for our family.

  102. We love Apologia!! We have the first book, and I have thoroughly enjoyed how much my children have learned!!

  103. These look awesome! While my kids are a little older, I’d use the what on earth can I do book with them. And, I’d love to gift them all to a friend just starting out in her homeschool journey! Thanks for this opportunity.

  104. We have recently started Who is God? and we really enjoy it. I am teaching all my children at the same time. I am looking forward to continuing this course. It would be very helpful to win this prize! Thanks so much!

  105. Thanks for running this giveaway!! Having some other resources to keep Bible Study fresh and engaging for the kids would be great.

  106. This series is fantastic! I’ve been looking into these What we believe curriculum from Apologia for next year, and I want to use all of them. I want to start with “Who Is God” next year. I would really love to win this.

  107. I’m most interested in Who Is God? or Who Am I?

  108. I’m most interested in the What on Earth Can I do book. It’s not a topic that is common among our Jesus-centered children’s books.

  109. I have had my eye on these books for a few years. Right now I think The Who Is Your Neighbor? Book. I feel it would be a good reminder of sharing God’s love with those around us.

  110. This looks like a great bible resource. I have been looking something that branched further than just a summary of the bible and really branched into practical applications for my kiddos and this looks like a great option that I did not know about!

  111. I have one of the other books in the series, but I’d like to start with Who is God?

  112. I think my middle son NEEDS the “Who Am I?” study. He seems to be struggling with who he is and how he fits into this world and our family. I like that the studies are family centered. My boys have been enjoying working on certain subjects together, it really allows for some good conversations, and input. And I like to see my youngest learning from my oldest.

  113. Thanks for the chance to win. I’ve heard great things about these books and would love to use them with my kids.

  114. Which book or feature interests you most? I am interested in all of the books, but can’t wait to dive into the book “What on Earth can I do?” My kids are always talking about what they want to be when they grow up, so I think this book will help foster those discussions.

  115. I like the notebooking journals because they reinforce the information that we’ve read about. I love Apologia’s notebooking journals.

  116. Who is God

  117. Who am I would be most relevant as my kids recently saw A Dog’s Purpose and they’ve been using the “purpose” endlessly the past couple of weeks :).

  118. Love this series of books.

  119. I appreciate being able to keep Gd the center of everything we learn.

  120. Who is My Neighbor and the Junior Notebook look like they would be an awesome addition to our homeschool!

  121. My kids and I love apologia products! We’ve learned so much about Science in particular that my son wants to be a scientist and with a Christian worldview!

  122. What a great giveaway! I would love the first book, especially, Who is God.

  123. What on Earth Can I Do? because my kids are coming to the age where they are wondering what they will do for careers.

  124. Fantastic resource! Thanks for sharing this… looking forward to using them.

  125. I think the Who Am I? book is of most interest to me but really all of them would be great to have for my kids!

  126. What on Earth Can I Do?

  127. they all look great but we’d probably start with Who is God?

  128. Would love this!

  129. I am interested in all of the books but in particular Who is God? and Who am I?. I have been interested in this series for a while now and would love to try it out. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  130. Thank You for the chance. What on Earth Can I Do would be good for us.

  131. I’m sure they’re all good but I’m most interest in volume 1, Who is God, since I would want to start at the beginning. ☺

  132. They all look amazing! I would love start at the beginning and work through all of them!

  133. I love that it is multi grade/age for the whole family to do together!

  134. The Who Am I? book looks vital for our family!

  135. I am most interested in the “What On Eart” book!

  136. We are currently going through the first book and really like it. We hope to continue with the series.

  137. “Who is My Neighbor” looks interesting, actually they all do. We would love to try one of these studies.

  138. I love apologia stuff. My favorite part is their morning system.

  139. I absolutely love this series and could use The Who is My Neighbor Book.

  140. I am most interested in the Who Am I? book.

  141. I think the book ‘Who am I’ looks really interesting – my kids would love to get have an opportunity to enjoy this resource

  142. I’d love to read Who Am I? with my kids.

  143. The What Can I Do book interests me most. I like to give my kids practical ideas.

  144. I need all of them! My son is so into learning about God and I feel like I’m failing him sometimes.

  145. I saw this series advertised in a homeschool magazine and I was already thinking about getting it for my younger kids. Now I am considering it more! Thanks!

  146. I am planning on using all of the books in the series in my homeschool with my young children as they grow. Who is God would be what we would first choose to go through.

  147. I would love to get who is God for my daughter!

  148. This looks like a fantastic series. It would be great for my 3rd grader.

  149. I would love to read a book with my husband on how we can be more mission minded so we can teach that to our children.

  150. We have loved he first two books in this series, would definitely be interested in the rest of the books. πŸ™‚

  151. Who am I? looks really interesting! I think my children would find it very helpful in answering some of their questions.

  152. This is an exciting giveaway. I love Apologia!

  153. I really like the Apologia.

  154. Who is God? interests me the most because it seems like the perfect place to begin!

  155. The “Who is My Neighbor?” book looks interesting.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  156. These Apologia texts would be an incredible resource for teaching my children how to understand who God made them to be, while living in today’s world.

  157. I plan on using a lot of notebooking in our homeschool. The student notebook journals look like a great feature!

  158. Anything that gives me and my family the truth to defend our faith is fantastic.

  159. Who is God looks like a good study.

  160. I am most interested in apoligas Who is my neighbor?

  161. Wow- I love that it helps us to teach our children what we believe and the why behind it!

  162. This looks like a fabulous resource for teaching children about character and also instilling in them a love for God.

  163. The book who is my neighbour interests me the most

  164. These look amazing!! I have not heard of them, but they’re definitely going on our wish list!

  165. We are already using these! My oldest just started the second volume. After he finishes the set, I’ll have my next two or three do it together, so I’m going to need some more journals and a junior journal!

  166. All of them interest me, but if I had to choose one, I’d pick the one Who is God because that’s the most important place to start when it comes to world view!

  167. This series by Apologia is on my homeschool wishlist! Who Am I is probably the one I am most excited to read with my children so they can understand how to view themselves in light of God and His Word.

  168. I like that the books are illustrated and written in a conversational style.

  169. I’ve been wanting to try these books. My oldest is old enough now to understand. Thanks for the giveaway!

  170. If I had to pick one, it would be Who is God? because everything else comes from that. Would love to win one or all of these!! Thank you!

  171. I think the book that interests me the most is the 2nd one, “Who Am I, & Why Am I Here?”…but honestly I think my boys (& me too!) would greatly benefit from all of them!

  172. What on Earth Can I Do?

  173. Who am I, would probably be the best considering the society we live in. We need to know Christ made me and I’m awesome!

  174. “Help children discern the truth through God’s Word” — exactly what we want them to learn!

  175. Who is God

  176. Those Jr. Notebooking Journals look awesome! My oldest is dyslexic and doesn’t like to write very much. So I like that they have other options that involve less writing. That’s the sort of stuff she loves, but it still checks for comprehension.

  177. The “Who am I?” book looks wonderful – finding our identity at a young age is so crucial.

  178. Love ! Love ! Love !
    Would love the Who am I book!
    *fingers crossed*

  179. How very cool! What a great resource for parents and kids to go through together. Establishing a biblical worldview is extremely important for each of us individually as well as instilling and nurturing this worldview in our children. It is really the basis for how we live our lives and why we function in our society as well do. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  180. I would love to get this for the family. I have always liked Apologia

  181. These books look great. JUST Tuesday night at a mom’s support group meeting, the host brought out the red book and said she loved doing it with her young boys, and it was worth doing! And now here it is again, I want to check it out. THANKS for the give away. I do use their science for my kids…..

  182. I have been looking at these, for my kids. I love that they come journals thanks for giveaway.

  183. who am i.

  184. Who am I, seems like a wonderful booj in today’s culture.

  185. I’d love to do this series with my kids, Who Am I? looks like we’d love to do together!

  186. This looks very interesting. We are currently searching for a curriculum. I think this would be a good one for us.

  187. I love the fact that these books are multi-grade level, looks like an excellent resource for our family.

  188. What a great giveaway! We have used Apologia’s Astronomy with the jr. notebooking. It was a lot of fun and kept the focus on God. Thanks for all the work you put into your site.

  189. I would be most interested in “Who is God?” simply because we haven’t used any of these books yet.

  190. I think my 4 year old would love the who is God book. She loves good and Jesus but always asks who he is where he lives and so on. I answer her questions the beast I can but having a guide would help me and her.

  191. I really enjoyed this article! It’s going to help me alot as I plan to homeschool my son.

  192. I really enjoyed this article! It’s going to help me alot as I plan to homeschool my son.

  193. I’ve seen Vol. 1 and 2. I’d love to see Vol. 3 and 4 also.

  194. I think I would like to start at the beginning with Who Is God?. Honestly I have been thinking of adding this into our school for awhile now. This review might be just the push I needed. Winning would be a blessing to my budget.

  195. Thank you for the great review I can’t wait to try it

  196. The whole series is something we want to do with our kids to give them more of a Christian worldview.

  197. I love them all but my favorite is what on earth can I do

  198. Who is God, and the who am I books interest me the most.

  199. Why am I here? Looks awesome! Thank you!

  200. I am interested in the Who Is My Neighbor journal

  201. I love anything published by Apologia. Their products are great!

  202. Who is my neighbor?

  203. I’ve never used any of the books in this series, so I think I’d start with the first one – Who is God?

  204. Apologia has some amazing resources! We are currently working through Who Is God? and it really lays a good foundation for understanding His word. I hope to continue on with the next book!

  205. Who Am I ?
    Right now I think we could use this book as the kids are not
    seeing who they truly are or could be in the Lord.
    Linda Marie Finn

  206. The notebook journal is a great feature–interactive so the information sticks!

  207. I had never looked into these before- I like that the coloring pages would keep little hands busy while also listening!

  208. What on earth can I do? My 10 year old asks that frequently!!

  209. Looks Great!

  210. These boys look awesome!

  211. “Who Am I” intrigues me, because I think it is SOOO important to understand how God sees us to combat the lies we believe.

  212. I have who is God, so all of the other books looks so interesting because I know how good they will be!

  213. Who is My Neighbor! πŸ˜€

  214. Tough to choose, as all are important. Who is God would probably be my first choice, since none of the others matter if they don’t get that part right!

  215. I like them all. but I like the who am I the best.

  216. “Who Am I?” Junior Notebooking Journal

  217. These look so interesting!

  218. I’d love to have the Who am I? Book! We’re currently using the Who is God? for family devotions.

  219. Who Is God

  220. All of them seem great! Who is God I think is the one that would be most important to us, because everything else builds on who God is. I love that there are activities to help them learn the information.

  221. The book about who is my neighbor and also what can I do both look interesting because they seem practical. I feel like we are already talking a lot about who God is as we do our almost daily reading of a Bible story. This is one question I almost always ask, “What do you learn about who God is or what he does from this story?” And there are some great observations that come from discussing this same question day after day. But sometimes it’s not as easy to see how to apply some of this to the lives of young ones.

  222. Thank you so much for introducing me to Apologia! All of their resources look fabulous and I’m excited to try them out!

  223. Who Am I looks awesome

  224. I have been interested in this book series this year! I am especially interested in Book One-“Who is God?” and Book Four- “What On Earth Can I Do?”. I think these 2 books meet my 2 sons right where they are at in life. They are about 6 years apart in age. πŸ™‚

  225. These look fabulous!

  226. I would love to use The Who is God book and junior journal book.

  227. We’ve used Apologia for years and I absolutely love it! Gosh, all of these books sound amazing but if I just HAD to pick, I think I would be stuck between ‘Who Am I?’ and ‘What Am I Doing Here?’ Thank you so much for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway!

  228. I would love to try this curriculum. I like that it can be used with all ages at once.

  229. Love this: “we are called to cultivate the soil of our children’s hearts and the environment of our home, to plant the seeds of the gospel, and to pray for them diligently.” Teaching our children a biblical worldview is such an important part of parenting! I’ve heard really good things about the What We Believe series and know it would be a great resource in our home.

  230. These books all look great! Since we’re adopting two girls, these would come in handy to help them know more about a loving God.

  231. We are loving this bible series! We are in our second year and working on “who am I”. I would love to win the next next, “Who is my neighbor?” Thanks for the giveaway!

  232. I appreciate that it’s multi grade and I’m most interested in Who Is Go?

  233. I love these books. We have done the first two volumes. This would make addition to anyone’s bookcase.

  234. My kids love their apologia curriculum.

  235. I’d love either Neighbor or What on Earth.; although, they all look great. We love Apologia and their notebooking!

  236. I think the Who Am I book would be great, especially for my daughter.

  237. We have been using Apologia Science for 4 years and love the curriculum. My kids learn about the God-created world around them and we all learn together and have an argument for our faith. It’s also very fun and the kids never mind our science days .

  238. Thanks for all the great info on Apologia, they all look awesome. I love how they are conversational & the beautiful illustrations. I will definitely be trying them out in the very near future. I think they will work great for my daughter who is dyslexic.

  239. Wow, this looks like just what I’ve been looking for! What a blessing winning this would be for my family.

  240. who is my neighbor?

  241. I love any kind of child-friendly book that helps kiddos understand what their role is on this sin-filled earth. I also like that there is an audio version available.

  242. Who is my neighbor?

  243. I’m teaching my kids who they are in Christ, so Who Am I? looks very interesting.

  244. I think the “Who Am I?” book would help my teen daughter right now.

  245. We would love either Who is God or Who am I.

  246. I’d love any of these!

  247. I am excited about this series especial Who Is God

  248. I would love all of them, but I guess if I had to pick I would start with Vol. 1 Who is God?

  249. I would love to read the book who am I

  250. We are currently using Who is God? and loving it. I would love to get the second book to follow up with: Who am I?

  251. They all look awesome! I have Been looking for a program that I can incorporate into their school day

  252. we are always looking for news ways to instill the word of God into our lives.

  253. What on earth can I do looks like it would fit in nicely with where we are at!

  254. I think the Neighbor book would be a great place for us to start. Thanks for the opportunity.

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