Help us bring Superbook to a new generation in Japan.
The Superbook Project
Sharing the love of Jesus and bringing Bible stories to life for the children of the world.
Superbook is the Bible brought to life through animation—a timeless form of storytelling—to introduce children to Jesus and help develop their faith. Millions have come to know Jesus as their Savior through Superbook. Now, partners are joining with us in the Superbook Project—helping produce more episodes, create mobile apps, websites, and curriculum for children to experience—in their own languages. The Superbook Project works closely with local churches and community ministries to develop resources for vital follow-up and discipleship. Superbook is so much more than entertainment for children. Where these animated episodes end, life-changing stories begin.
How you can help change lives
See the impact of the Superbook Project in the lives of families and communities around the world.
With your help we’ve produced 49 episodes, translated episodes into over 40 languages and broadcast Superbook in over 90 countries.
The Superbook Project is part of CBN's global effort to take the Gospel to every nation. Help us reach every child.
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Superbook Episodes are translated to the languages of families worldwide
160 Million Viewers
Superbook Episodes have been broadcast to over 160 million viewers* in over 90 countries
49 Superbook Episodes have been produced and new episodes are in development
* Brown and Fraser is a research company founded by Regent University professors Drs. William Brown and Benson Fraser. To prepare the 2017 survey, field teams overseen by Brown and Fraser completed 25,102 interviews in 44 cities or regions of 14 countries. Results of these 14-country studies and results from previous CBN international programming studies were then applied to project the probable audience sizes and programming effects in all nations receiving CBN programming.
"Superbook teaches my children how to take biblical principles and apply them to real-life situations, to show compassion, to show forgiveness, to show love. It teaches them how to be more like Jesus - and that's the most important thing."
Neal & Carrie Rozema, Superbook Partners
"There is a church near our house, and we often get flyers saying, ‘Please come to hear talks from the Bible.’ But my other friends won’t go with me, so I can’t go. I’ve been wondering what the ‘Bible’ is. I’m glad I could see it on TV."
Japan Broadcast - Yachiyo, Chiba (TOKYO MX) (7 yrs old)
"This was the first time I watched the program Starbook (sic). It’s 4 months since I became a Christian. There’s still a lot I don’t understand in the Bible, but through this anime I’ve come to understand some things. Looking forward to next week. The ending song (Salvation Poem) is moving. With thanks."
Japan Broadcast - Neyagawa, Osaka (Sun TV) (34 yrs old)
"We heard on the radio that you were coming and we came down from the mountains so that we could have Superbook."
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