New device? You’ll want these:

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Think about the shiny new device you just can’t wait to use. These devices can make our lives easier and help us stay connected to the people we love. But your devices can also help you stay connected to God and His Word.

Get the tools you need to grow spiritually in 2021 by installing the apps that help you and your family seek God every day.

Bible App

Read or listen to the Bible, discover daily devotionals, share prayer requests with Friends, and more.


Bible App for Kids Jesus

Help children engage with 41 Bible stories through fun animations and immersive activities.


The best part? Both the YouVersion Bible App and Bible App for Kids are available on all of these devices:

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Wherever you go, let God’s Word go with you.

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Despite this year’s challenges, God changed millions of lives around the world in 2020 through His Word. And when you give an end of year gift to YouVersion, you help make sure that every person, speaking any language, can experience the life-transforming power of Jesus.

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Unwrap “The First Christmas Gift” with Your Kids

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How do you help your children understand the true reason you celebrate Christmas?

The Bible App for Kids story, “The First Christmas Gift,” helps the kids in your life experience the first Christmas. Through interactive animations and learning activities, your children will discover why the miracle of Jesus’ birth matters to them.

Christmas is a special time of year that’s perfect for creating memories as a family. Download a Christmas coloring sheet and then make watching “The First Christmas Gift” a family tradition by opening the Bible App for Kids.

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Now Your Children Can Experience the Bible App for Kids in Gujarati, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Punjabi, & Myanmar Burmese (Unicode)!

Bible App for Kids

Today, together with our partner OneHope, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Bible App for Kids in Gujarati, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Punjabi, & Myanmar Burmese (Unicode). Now, more children than ever have the opportunity to enjoy a Bible experience all their own.

Switching between languages is easy, right in the app’s Settings:

  1. Make sure you’ve updated your app to the most current release.
  2. Open the app and tap the gear icon (Gear icon) to open Settings.
  3. Tap Language and select the one you want.

The audio will now play in that language, and any text will appear in that language, too!

Please help us celebrate this great news!

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About the Bible App for Kids

Developed in partnership with OneHope, the Bible App for Kids is from YouVersion, makers of the Bible App. Designed to give children a delight-filled Bible experience all their own, the Bible App for Kids has already been installed on over 58 million Apple, Android, and Kindle devices, and it’s always completely free. Kids from all over the world are now enjoying the Bible App for Kids, in 60 languages — now including Gujarati, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Punjabi, & Myanmar Burmese (Unicode)!

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Resources for Your Family

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Take a moment and think about the kids in your life. How have the challenges of this year impacted them? As the world continues to go through sudden changes, it’s important our kids remember that in every season, God has a plan for His people, and His love never fails us.

Help the kids and teenagers in your life draw closer to God every day through the free resources listed below.

Bible App for Kids

Bible App for Kids

Give kids a delight-filled Bible experience with animated, interactive Bible stories that help them discover the bigger story God is telling.

Open Bible App for Kids

Kids Bible Experience

Kids Bible Experience

Inside the Bible App

Help preteens develop their own daily rhythm of seeking God through Verse of the Day Story content that’s made specifically for them.

Turn On Kids Bible Experience

Bible Plans for Teens

Bible Plans for Teens

Inside the Bible App

Equip teenagers with practical, spiritual advice made for them by some of YouVersion’s global content partners. Once your teen finds a Plan they want to start, they can invite trusted friends to join them.

Browse Plans

YouVersion Responds to Parent Questions: What Can I Do About Sibling Rivalry?

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Recently we asked the YouVersion Community to share your parenting questions with us. (Thank you for your responses!) Today we’re sharing Scripture around a topic many of you asked about: Sibling Rivalry.

Got any tips for how I can reduce sibling rivalry? How should I handle sibling rivalry between teens? How do I raise my girls to be kind to one another, so when they're older they'll be close friends?

Imagine your family as a team that God assembled to reflect His glory. He carefully crafted each family member to help the whole family fulfill its shared potential. Your role as parent is to serve as coach. You lead toward a vision that you can all accomplish together, teach everyone how to play, and work with each child to help them contribute meaningfully. Here’s how:

  1. Celebrate each member of your family for their unique value.
  2. …a person’s body has more than one part. The ear might say, “I am not an eye, so I don’t belong to the body.” But saying this would not make the ear stop being a part of the body. If the whole body were an eye, it would not be able to hear. If the whole body were an ear, it would not be able to smell anything.

    1 CORINTHIANS 12:14,16-17

    Just as in the body of Christ, each member of your family has a special role to fulfill. Help each of your children explore and discover their gifts. Help them learn to enjoy using their gifts in ways that serve the whole family. Along the way, encourage them with gratitude every time they show behaviors you want them to repeat. By equipping each child with self-awareness, service, and praise, you’re actually training them to cheer on every other member of your family.

    More on Connecting with Your Children Individually

  1. Unite your family around a common vision.
  2. Where there is no message from God, people don’t control themselves. But blessed is the one who obeys wisdom’s instruction.

    PROVERBS 29:18

    Talk together as a family about what you want your team to be known for. Start broadly, then gradually focus in on narrower themes, such Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, etc. In the Bible App, tap the Search tab, and explore under “What does the Bible say about…” (Or just type the trait you want into the Search box.) Once everyone agrees on a core family value, together pick a “Family Verse” that captures it.

    More ideas for Family Verses

  1. Never stop talking about what your family is about.
  2. Get my commandments inside you and your children. Talk about them wherever you are: at home or in the street; talk about them from the time you get up until you fall into bed.


    Unless you make it tangible, your family vision will fade. Use family pictures to make Verse Images of your Family Verse, then put them everywhere. Save them as backgrounds on everyone’s devices. Help your kids make their own custom versions. Print a few of your favorites, get them framed, and hang them in prominent places around your home. Most of all, reward your kids every time you “catch” them living out your family values. Over time, your family’s vision will become ingrained in your family’s dynamic.

    How to make Verse Image

  1. Adopt Grace and Forgiveness as honorary members of your family.
  2. Always be humble and gentle. Be patient with each other, making allowance for each other’s faults because of your love. Make every effort to keep yourselves united in the Spirit, binding yourselves together with peace.

    EPHESIANS 4:2-3

    Especially as you begin this journey, set some short-term goals that will help your family score some quick wins. Just don’t lose sight of what you truly want: to build a lasting legacy together over time, a sustainable mindset of family unity that will span generations.

You will make mistakes. Your kids will make mistakes. Don’t give up on yourself. Don’t give up on each other. God’s mercies are new every morning. Keep trying, and keep showing love to each other.

Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins.

1 PETER 4:8

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