Kids Talk Church History Podcast

Kids Talk Church History is a one-of-a-kind podcast where kids investigate the history of the Church. Over two thousand years ago, Jesus said: “I will build my church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.” How has Jesus built and preserved His Church against all odds? Come with us on a trip through history to find the answer on Kids Talk Church History—a podcast in partnership with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.

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Ephrem and His Songs of Christ's Birth

Have you ever heard of a poet named Ephrem? Few people have. He lived during the fourth century in the region we now call Turkey and used his songs to help people understand the true meaning of the Scriptures. Join Lucas, Linus, Christian, and Emma as they wonder at the beauty of Ephrem's songs, especially those describing Christ's birth and what it means for us. To help them in their discoveries is Dr. Jeff Wickes, associate professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Notre Dame. Find out what was the greatest challenge for Christians who wanted to take the Gospel to people who had never heard it and hear our hosts' lively discussion of Christmas songs.

Be sure to enter for the opportunity to win a copy of The Priest with Dirty Clothes by R.C. Sproul courtesy of Reformation Trust Publishing. Click here to enter or submit a question to to enter.


This month, Simonetta Carr's Christian Biographies For Young Readers are on sale at for $14.00.


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"What a fabulous podcast! I listened to Kids Talk Church History with my two oldest children this morning. They enjoyed it immensely, and it opened up a good dialogue." —Megan DeVore



Church History by Simonetta Carr

If you like the podcast, don't miss this fascinating guide that shows young readers (and even not-so-young readers) how God has preserved His church. Travel through time and all over the world as you meet the people, learn about the ideas, and understand the challenges that have shaped the history of the church. 

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While our hosts attend Reformed churches, our guests are from various backgrounds and were chosen because of their expertise in a particular subject.


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