Rich Children's Music

Not monetarily rich- but rich in the sense of deep meaning. I came across Songs for Saplings via Tim Challies blog. He's giving away some of their music, and I entered to win. Whether or not I win though I did happen to get some of their free songs for children. They have two CD's of scripture songs, and three CD's of teaching songs.  The teaching songs are my favorite. Here are some of the questions the songs address:

Who is God?
Who made God?
Has God ever had a beginning?
What is a covenant?
What was Adam's part in the covenant?
Did Adam obey God?
Can you repent and believe in God?
What is meant by the atonement?
How were people saved before the coming of Christ?

Kids learn so much through music. You want kids to learn a verse, make a tune to it! Want them to learn rich truths? Have some quality music to have catch on to in the car-it's like unofficial catechism.  The songs listed above are free. Just go to www.music.songsforsaplings.com


  1. So true! My old worship pastor created songs for summer camp and I will never forget them!! "DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO...What does the Lord Rrequire of you??? But to do justice and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God..." Micah 6:8

  2. I know! I've been teaching the kids verses are work. It's the ones with tunes that I remember throughout the week-and the kids too! Thanks for the comment Monika!