7 JellyTelly Videos about Love
It's that time of year when you can't go out without being bombarded by bright red cut-out hearts, Valentine's cards, chocolates and roses. For some, Valentine's Day brings fun celebrations, for others a sense of sadness, and then there's the camp who chalks it up to another greeting card company scheme. Regardless of your view, this is the perfect time of year to teach your kids about what real love is! Take your kids through this video guide of 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 to discover a biblical definition of love. Join JellyTelly today and enjoy a free week to watch the shows!
Teach your kids that love is patient and kind with this fun and catchy song from Yancy and Friends.
"Love does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking." What better way to explore the idea of selfless love than remembering the Gospel with this song from the Rizers.
In this clip, Clive and Ian discuss the definition of love as it's seen through God's eyes - completely unconditional, keeping no record of wrongs, and greater than they could imagine!
Love always protects. One way we show others we care about them is by making the block! This means stepping in to care for someone who is being picked on and protecting those around us like is taught in this episode of The Kidmo Blitz.
Join Buck Denver as He learns to love God means to trust Him with everything - even his dreams!
"Love always hopes. Always perseveres." Experience the beautiful story of Leah and God's Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love in this five minute animated video.
What does a lively British host, colorful puppets, creative crafts, and storytime all have in common? They are all ways your kids can discover how love continually grows and does not fade when you continually give it away.
More Resources about Love from JellyTelly
Check out this list of all the JellyTelly streaming shows about love to teach kids about the true meaning of love from a biblical perspective.