How to Host a "Forever Party" to Help Kids Understand Eternity

Bethany McIlrath | May 2nd 2022

Joni Eareckson Tada’s new kid’s book The Awesome Super Fantastic Forever Party helps kids understand—and get excited about—a future for ever with Jesus. 

To help this wonderful truth stick, kids benefit from hearing the storybook and engaging with it and the concepts via games, crafts, colouring and more. Throwing a “Forever Party” for your family or a kid’s ministry is a great way to make the truth about forever-with-Jesus memorable.... continue reading

Why We Sleep–and the God Who Doesn’t

Nick Tucker | April 30th 2022

To think about God’s greatness, we naturally tend to talk about what God can do. We, however, are going to consider what God can’t do—and when you realise what God can’t do, his greatness might just blow your mind.... continue reading

31 Christian Quotes for Graduation

Avery Powers | April 27th 2022

Leaving the nest can be scary and, well, confusing. With graduations right around the corner, students are in need of hope-filled advice for the years to come. To meet that need, we’ve compiled some of our books’ most encouraging and truth-filled Christian quotes for (soon-to-be) graduates. ... continue reading

A Sneak Peek into Our Newest Expository Bible Study Guide

Avery Powers | April 25th 2022

Studying the Bible can seem intimidating. It includes 66 books covering an extended timescale, full of unfamiliar names and places, and large sections can feel like alien territory. But each book is full of good news. In Isaiah: Here Is Your God, the newest addition to the Good Book Guide collection, trusted Bible teacher Tim Chester takes you through the book of Isaiah in a digestible and accessible way. ... continue reading

The True Story of The Queen Who Chose To Serve

Alison Mitchell | April 21st 2022

The following text is the full biography featured in the back of our new children’s book from Alison Mitchell, highlighting the Christian faith that has underpinned Queen Elizabeth II’s remarkable reign. This beautifully illustrated book can be read to young children aged 4-5 and read by children aged 6 or older. Click here to find out more and to download free biography worksheets for kids to fill in.... continue reading

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20 Powerful Quotes from I Forgive You

Avery Powers | April 13th 2022

Extending forgiveness is a challenge. When you’ve carried the burden of unforgiveness for a length of time, it can be hard to know how to step towards forgiveness and reconciliation. In sharing her own experiences and the story of Joseph and his brothers, however, author Wendy Alsup explores what repentance, forgiveness, and reconciliation can look like, even in extremely difficult circumstances.... continue reading

New Reads: Roundup for Summer 2022

Avery Powers | April 12th 2022

Summer is right around the corner! In preparation, enjoy this sneak peek at some of the books we’re releasing over the upcoming months.  ... continue reading

How Do I Share the Gospel?

Randy Newman | April 6th 2022

Paul told Timothy to “do the work of an evangelist” (2 Timothy 4:5). We might consider that he’d say the same thing to us. We should take comfort in knowing that Timothy was a timid non-evangelist. But that comfort could diminish when we realise his shyness didn’t let him “off the hook". He was still to do that work—as difficult and as daunting as it may have seemed.... continue reading

Free Resources Roundup

Bethany McIlrath | April 4th 2022

At The Good Book Company, we have the privilege of creating and publishing biblical, relevant and accessible resources to encourage you and your church family to keep going, keep growing and keep sharing your faith.

Many of these resources are books you can purchase—but there are also free resources to help you use these books as tools as you teach, counsel, and come alongside others.... continue reading

Why 5 Things to Pray for Your Spouse is a Useful Tool

Nancy Guthrie | March 31st 2022

I think most of us want to pray for our spouse. We intend to pray for our spouse. But we forget to pray for our spouse.

Or, when we remember, our prayers can often be limited to what we want to see happen in their lives—the issues we see as urgent. And those aren’t always the things that are truly most needed or most urgent.... continue reading