We desire to partner with parents to impart age-appropriate, faith-building truth from the Bible. It’s our desire that Restoration Kids begins a conversation between children and their parents that lasts all week.

We use The Gospel Story for Kids curriculum. This unique program grounds children in the gospel story from Genesis to Revelation. Children of all ages are taught the same lesson in an age appropriate manner, so it’s easy for families to connect the classroom to the home. We have provided the resources below to help you continue teaching your children during the week.

Resources For Home

The resources listed below enable you to continue discipling your children throughout the week using the same lesson taught on Sunday.

Memory Verse:

What can separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus? Nothing! We are more than conquerors through him who loved us. (Romans 8:25, 27)


January 07: Daniel in the Lion’s Den

  • Scripture: Daniel 6
  • Gospel Story Bible: Story 75
  • Long Story Short: Lesson 75

January 14: The Exiles Return

  • Scripture: Ezra 1-3
  • Gospel Story Bible: Story 76
  • Long Story Short: Lesson 76

January 21: The Temple Is Completed

  • Scripture: Ezra 6-7
  • Gospel Story Bible: Story 77
  • Long Story Short: Lesson 77

January 28: Nehemiah

  • Scripture: Nehemiah 1-6
  • Gospel Story Bible: Story 78
  • Long Story Short: Lesson 78
Other Resources

Children’s Bibles: No child is too young to begin learning the truth about God as told in the one, true story of God. The children’s Bibles below fit each biblical story into the one overarching story as it points to Jesus Christ. They are listed below in increasing age-appropriate order.

Prayer: Have you ever struggled to pray for your children? The two books listed below will help you do just that – pray biblically saturated prayers and disciple your children through age-appropriate family devotions.

Catechism: To ‘catechize’ is to instruct someone systematically especially by questions and answers. That’s exactly what these below catechisms do – they aim to teach biblical truth to children in an orderly way by asking questions and providing biblically accurate answers.

RKids Policy & Overview: Our goal is to make disciples in a safe environment. We want the children entrusted to our care to learn about the character of God, discover biblical truth, and learn what it means to follow Jesus Christ.