The Story Begins: Audio Bible Stories for Kids from Genesis

The Story Begins: Audio Bible Stories for Kids from Genesis

April 17, 2023

Bible stories are a parent’s first trusted method for teaching a child about God and his Son Jesus. I read Bible stories to my tiniest infants. Noah’s ark. Jesus feeds the 5,000. Moses and the burning bush. And the story of creation. As they got older the stories I read became more detailed. I often dramatized my reading, with Goliath bellowing a menacing voice or the serpent hissing his temptation of Eve or Jesus forcefully sending his tempter packing, “Away from me, Satan! For it is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only’” (Matthew 4:10). That’s why I really love Kids Corner’s Bible Stories Podcast.

KC Bible Stories are an immersive audio drama series that retells the greatest stories of the Bible! These stories cover the whole breadth of Scripture, but also include stories about less-known biblical characters such as Deborah, Lydia, and Dorcas. There are over 60 stories spanning from Creation through the history of the Early Church. Organized chronologically and thematically, these dramatized stories are a great way to introduce your children to the unifying theme of the Bible God’s plan of salvation for his people through his Son Jesus Christ. Each story includes a discussion guide with memory verses and bible readings to help your family take a deep dive into Scripture. Each story also features a family challenge to help your child see their part in God’s story.

I invite you to start your exploration of the KC Bible Stories Podcast with The Story Begins, six stories about the Bible, creation, humankind’s first sins, and God’s earliest promises to fix what humans had broken. Listen right here on our website or your favorite podcast platform.

God’s Story: The Bible. An dramatized introduction to the Bible, which tells the story about God and God’s people. Even today, God’s story continues and you are a part of his story.

The Creation Story. The Bible says that God created the world. God used his incredible creativity and power to make a beautiful world. After each step of creation, he looked at what he had made and was pleased with it.

The Story of the Fall. The Garden of Eden was a wonderful place where Adam and Eve walked and talked with God. What went wrong? Adam and Eve sinned against God. But their sin and punishment aren’t the end of the story.

The Story of Cain and Abel. How terrible is sin? Listen to the story of these two brothers, Cain and Abel. We humans look at the outward appearance of a person, but God looks at the heart. God saw the hearts of Abel and his brother, Cain.

Noah’s Ark. Sometimes what God asks of us isn’t easy. Meet Noah and his family. “The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth” (Genesis 6:5). Can you imagine what these people thought when Noah started building an ark?

The Tower of Babel. In this story from the Old Testament, people worked together so that they thought they no longer needed God. To remind them that they need him, he gave them many languages and spread them across the Earth.

Kids Corner is a place for your children to discover their places in God’s big story and learn how God is calling them to live out their Christian faith every day! Subscribe to receive weekly Kids Corner children’s devotions in your email (see below). And don’t miss the fun with our classic “Liz & Friends” podcast or our “Kids in Action” videos to see the amazing things kids are doing for God’s kingdom right now.

Christopher Hunt

Christopher Hunt

Chris loves to see God transform lives through the gospel. He serves as Marketing Communications Manager at Kids Corner's parent ministry, ReFrame Ministries. Prior to ReFrame, he marketed children's and youth programs at the ministry of Awana. Chris was a torpedoman on a US Navy submarine. Chris and his wife have five children, two cats, and a little dog named Cocoa. In his free time, Chris enjoys playing board games.

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