Superbook has launched a virtual Sunday school on Facebook live in Latin America to provide more online resources for parents and teachers in the middle of the outbreak. In each live episode the host presents an entertaining biblical message, targeted toward children and parents, which teachers can then use in their own churches. One team…

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Growing up with a Muslim mom and a Christian dad confused 11-year-old Rafi.   “When I was younger my dad never told me about Jesus,” said Rafi Rafi received plenty of input from his mom’s side of the family, however. “My aunts really pushed me toward Islam,” he recalled. “I remember sometimes they said ‘You must…

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The night before International Children’s Day, Superbook aired on television for the first time in Portugal. Broadcast on RTP2 National TV channel, children watched Gizmo, Joy, and Chris as they travel through time to join David in his quest to defeat the giant, Goliath. The Portuguese program also featured area hosts playing games with children.…

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10-year-old Oktavia knew her family came from a different religious background than most of the kids at school. “Most of the students at school are Hindus and Christians,” she told us.  “I was a Muslim.” But Oktavia grew curious when a friend invited her to watch CBN’s Superbook with her at church in Indonesia.   She…

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Grandma Olson knows how to throw a fun party for her grandkids. Pop a little popcorn and play an episode of Superbook! Six-year-old Charity exclaims, “I get really excited to come over and watch Superbook.”Marilyn Olson says, “I see my grandchildren smiling and laughing – totally involved with the stories.” “Yeah, it makes the Bible…

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9-year-old Channa moved to an orphanage after her father died and her mother abandoned her.  “When he died and mom gave me away, I was afraid to love anyone.  I thought ‘If I love them, they will die or leave me,’” said Channa with her eyes cast downward.  The longer Channa lived at the orphanage, the…

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Al and Mary’s seven grandchildren are the joy of their lives.   “Being ‘Papa Al’ is a pretty cool thing because you get all the fun stuff of being a dad and none of the hassles,” Al explains. And as much as the couple enjoys treating the kids to fun and games, they’re even more…

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Although only twelve, Zakhar was struggling with the big questions of life and death. Although he was very popular at school and had lots of friends, he wondered what the point of life was. “I knew God existed,” he explained, “We even had a Bible, but I didn’t read it or understand it.” Soon, Zakhar…

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