A scripture story podcast for toddlers and preschoolers. Created by parents, each 10-minute episode tells gospel lessons in an engaging and simple way. Sunbeam follows the Come, Follow Me curriculum of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Lowdown on Enoch
This week we learn a little bit about the amazing Prophet Enoch. He was called of God was was so righteous he received some really special blessings.
Falling into the Plan
This week we get started on a whole new book of Scripture! The Old Testament starts at the very beginning with the Creation of the Earth and our first parents, Adam & Eve.
Coloring Page Link!
A Book of Mormon Christmas
What did the Birth of Christ look like for the ancient Nephites and Lamanites?
Mary Christmas Revisited
Let's get in the mood for Christmas with a throwback to one of our first episodes!
The Church’s Top 13
The Articles of Faith! What a great summary of what we believe in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We are so grateful to Joseph Smith for writing the Wentworth Letter and giving us these great principles.
The Vision of the Redemption of the Dead
This week we learn a little about Joseph F. Smith and his amazing vision that revealed new truths about the Plan of Salvation.
My four and three year olds really enjoy this podcast. Me, too! We love the simple and interactive overview of the scriptures. I really appreciate the discussion questions. Parent to parents, thank you for creating this!
Best podcast for my kids!
Sammy, Eliza, and Owen from Caldwell,ID LOVE this podcast! Sam says it makes learning about the scriptures fun and Eliza loves to listen to it before bedtime. We always download the episodes if we know we will be on the road or camping and it makes for a relaxing tradition. Thanks for putting the time and effort into this podcast! My kids are always asking to listen.
“Yes….and” not “nooo”
We LOVE listening to this version of come follow me for children.
However, there is one thing that has really bugged me every episode.
We teach our children to say “Yes….and” like how comedians are taught to never say no, but rather say yes (or acknowledge in someway that the other person isn’t flat out wrong in their thinking. So at the beginning of this episode, each time they say “nooo” it literally makes me cringe.
It seems they have tried to get better with their words, but I feel that changing this would make a world of a difference to the kids at a young age that no one is ever “wrong” per se. we just all have different views and we need to encourage each other by saying “yes, and…”or just figuring out a way to not say no in correcting if that makes sense.