Today, together with our partner OneHope, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Bible App for Kids in Armenian, Icelandic, Myanmar Burmese (Zawgyi), & Serbian. 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:
Make sure you’ve updated your app to the most current release.
Open the app and tap the gear icon () to open Settings.
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!
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 79 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 66 languages — now including Armenian, Icelandic, Myanmar Burmese (Zawgyi), & Serbian!
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Healthy relationships are fundamental for kids’ development. Meaningful connections help them learn how to communicate, develop emotional intelligence, and set healthy boundaries. So, how can you help the kids in your life build a connection with the people around them?
Teaching children what the Bible says about how to treat others is a great place to start. The Bible App for Kids offers fun, interactive activities that illustrate concepts like empathy and forgiveness. Use the stories below to teach kids about relationships in ways they can easily understand.
Find these 3 story icons in the app to get started:
In Wherever You Go—the story of Ruth and Naomi—kids learn about loyalty and integrity.
Kids will learn about support and sacrifice as Jesus heals a paralyzed man in Through the Roof.
Teach children about forgiveness, respect, and trust through the Parable of the Prodigal Son in Coming Home.
The constant pressure of being an example to the kids in your life can be tough. None of us are perfect: we snap at our kids, get irritated when they don’t listen, and feel guilty when we give them an extra hour of screen time. We’re human. So, how can we possibly be expected to set an example of perfection when it comes to our little ones? That’s where the Holy Spirit comes in.
God’s Holy Spirit lives inside everyone who follows Jesus, giving us the ability to embody godly attributes (kindness, gentleness, and self-control, to name a few).
The children in our lives need those things just as much as we do. They get frightened, impatient, and frustrated, too.
The concept of teaching children about the Holy Spirit can be overwhelming. But, it’s important that they understand that God loves them so much that He sent His Spirit to be with them forever.
Not sure where to start? Check out Into the Clouds and God’s Wonderful Gift with your kids, and help them learn about the Holy Spirit in ways they can easily understand. Find these story icons in the app to get started: