Voice of the Martyrs/Kids of Courage

I received this e-mail the other day and wanted to share it with you all because I heartily endorse this organization and they offer some excellent free resources for homeschoolers.


Dear Home Educator,

The Voice of the Martyrs has been providing unique Christian resources for homeschoolers and Christian school teachers since 1996.

VOM offers Kids of Courage resources for children ages 5 to 12. Our 50-plus-page Bold Believers country books, each featuring one country or topic,* are available for free download at www.kidsofcourage.com, or for purchase at www.vombooks.com. The books provide supplementary material for geography, missions, social studies, and current events curriculums. Learning About Islam explores the faith of Muslims from a biblical Christian perspective.

Additional popular resources for children are our Torchhlighters DVDs about Christian heroes of the past, hardcover picture books for younger children, and a VBS curriculum easily adaptable for homeschool groups and co-ops (www.kidsofcouragevbs.com).

Resources for youth are also available at www.vombooks.com. Online classes at www.vomclassroom.com for adults and youth offer persecution studies that provide students “an innovative way to become informed and involved in ministry to the persecuted church.”

For further information and information about additional resources, please check our websites.

Thank you,

The Voice of the Martyrs/Kids of Courage

*China, India, Colombia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Burma, Bangladesh, Uygurs, Khmu, Hmong, Chiapas, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gaza and the West Bank, Indonesia, Malaysia, Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Algeria and Tunisia, Islam.


Thank you, thank you for making the Kids of Courage downloads available to my family. We have homeschooled all year using your material and my children have LOVED it. We learned so much about the children of the countries we studied and they remember details we would never have gotten otherwise. Thank you so much. — Amy T. Ohio

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