32 pages of Bible teaching on worldview for children – delivered to you

The world our children and grandchildren are growing up in is a dark place, where sin is displayed and celebrated even in the face of little children. We often hear of parents looking for safe resources that won’t foster sexual depravity and an LGBTQ lifestyle in their children. Well, one resource I always direct them to is our Answers magazine.




This quarterly magazine is a phenomenal resource for the whole family. The main magazine is a great tool for parents, grandparents, teens, and even college kids. It’s fascinating to read, visually intriguing, and filled with biblical worldview teachings. And each issue comes with a newly updated and expanded 32-page magazine just for kids, Answers for children.

Kids will love the Created Creature, Unlock Science and Explore Creation sections, letters, jokes, comments from other kids, animal facts and pictures, activities like “Scripture Sleuth” (to bring children inside the Bible), and more. Your kids will love it! (And did I mention that this phenomenal resource is included free with your Answers subscription?)

Receive a free book with your subscription

You don’t want to miss another number Answers and Answers for children. And as a special offer, by subscribing online, you will receive a book of your choice for free:



Buddy's Crazy Real-Life Adventures


  • Prepare to thrive

  • Ken and Mally’s Family Cookbook

  • The war of the sexes and of marriage

  • Terrifyingly and wonderfully made

  • The pilgrim’s journey

  • Buddy’s Crazy Real-Life Adventures

Subscribe to our award-winning magazine today at AnswersMagazine.com.

Share your child’s comments!

And if your child or grandchild wishes to be included in Answers for children magazine, each issue has a section at the end for publishing children’s comments. We would love to feature your art, letters or jokes. You can email our magazine team at [email protected] or send a letter to:

Answer Magazine
Box 510
Hebron, KY 41048

Thank you for stopping by and thank you for praying,
Ken

This article was written with the help of the AiG research team.

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