Ask Away is a podcast where kids can ask anything about the Bible. Join Meredith Miller as she and her kids explore a Bible Story and then talk about questions sent in by kid-listeners!
Exploring the Easter Story!
We just celebrated Easter Sunday, so this special episode is all about that first Easter, exploring the amazing, unique, and surprising things that make up the story of Jesus being raised to life after death. This episode is also special because we have extra friends joining in--Nora, Ruby and Eloise, from the Christmas episode, are back with Riley and Peyton.
We talk about...
how we know Jesus really is alive (it would have been so much easier if they disciples had just snapped a selfie with him!)
where Jesus and God got their names from
the many feelings Jesus' friends and followers must have had along the way, and more.
If you want to send a comment or question to the show (we're love that!), you can do that one of three ways:
Record a message as a DM on Instagram (@meredithannemiller)
Record a voice memo and email it to AskAwayPodcast@gmail.com
Leave us a voice message on Voxer: AskAwayPodcast
The Exodus, part 5: Passover and Communion
Let's talk about special meals! The Passover meal was a meal that told the Exodus story. Then one Passover, Jesus took that meal and added a new meaning.
We also talk about Caleb's question: if Adam and Eve was the first Bible story, when was Satan a good angel and when did he turn bad?
The Exodus, part 4: Exodus meets Easter
What does the Exodus have to do with Easter? Find out on this episode, and see if you can guess our quiz questions correctly!
We also talk about Audrey's question: Why do angels glow?
Kids can send a question or comment to us anytime via DM on Instagram (@meredithannemiller), as a voice memo emailed to AskAwayPodcast@gmail.com, or as a Voxer message: AskAwayPodcast. Include your first name and age when you do!
The Exodus, Part 3: Manna
God's people were free! Now what? Now that they don't grow fields of food, or live by the Nile river, will they be ok? Can God care for them even now?
We'll find out, plus talk about 2 great kid-listener questions!
Lyla, age 5 asks: Was Jesus sad on the cross?
Madison, age 7 asks: Did God create sin?
If you want to record a comment or question for the show, you can do that via DM on Instagram (@meredithannemiller), send the voice memo by email to AskAwayPodcast@gmail.com, or leave us a message on Voxer: AskAwayPodcast.
The Exodus, Part 2: The Red Sea
An army on one side, a huge sea on the other. What will God's people do now? Is God really going to help them? This is part 2 of the Exodus story.
We also talk about two great kid questions:
Does God live higher than the clouds?
How did Jesus walk on water?
If you have a question for the show, record it for us! You can do that via DM on Instagram (@meredithannemiller), as an email to AskAwayPodcast@gmail.com, or via Voxer: AskAwayPodcast.
The Exodus, Part 1: The Burning Bush
There was a time when God's people were enslaved in Egypt, trapped and crying out for help. God heard them and was indeed coming to help. Here's part 1 of how that happened.
We also talk about:
Why God just couldn’t just surprise Mary and instead came and told her about baby Jesus?
Why does the angel get to name Jesus and it’s God’s baby instead of Mary & Jospeh’s baby?
Why does God not give Jesus right when sin had come?
Kids can always send their thoughts and questions to us via audio message: DM @meredithannemiller on Instagram, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or record a message to Voxer: AskAwayPodcast!
So great for kids
Absolutely love the conversational nature of this podcast that is also kid friendly.
Meredith and her kids did a great job explaining spiritual texts and ideas in a way kids can understand, as well as left great space for questions and conversation.
Perfect to allow kids to ask ?
By allowing kids to ask questions teaches them to understand and to think on their own allowing them to grow in their faith in God. If a kid has understanding then they and able to begin sharing their faith with others.
God has loved us all with a purpose to love others and share our story of faith. It’s a daily walk with him.
Listen and learn alongside my kids
I love this podcast. Listening and learning together is the best!!