Sally Lloyd-Jones

Sally Lloyd-Jones is a leading writer of inspirational books for children. She is the author of three bestselling children’s Bibles, including the Moonbeam Award winner and ALA notable The Jesus Storybook Bible, as well as Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing, winner of the ECPA Inspirational Book award. She has written many picture books for children, such as the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller How to Be a Baby: By Me, the Big Sister and Song of the Stars. Sally was born and raised in Africa, was schooled in England, and now lives in New York City. She can be found at

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Sally Lloyd-Jones recommends getting your kids into some books. She talks about the impact that stories can have on kids, even for sharing the gospel. View Show Notes →
A father's legacy leaves a lasting impression on his children. H.B. Charles talks about his father's enduring legacy. Hear Jim Daly, Sally-Lloyd Jones, and Rick Rigsby give tributes to their fathers. View Show Notes →
How does one communicate the significance of the Easter season with children? Sally Lloyd-Jones and Phil Vischer explain how and why to tell the whole Easter story to your kids. View Show Notes →
Author Sally Lloyd-Jones tells about her calling as a children's author and stresses the importance of reading and connecting with children. View Show Notes →
Sally Lloyd-Jones gets us in the spirit of the holidays by recalling the Christmases of her youth in Africa and England. Her book, "Song of the Stars," recounts the birth of Christ. View Show Notes →
How do you teach the gospel to a 3-year-old? Bedtime is a great time for Theology 101! Hear more from guests Voddie Baucham, Bruce Ware, Sally Lloyd-Jones, and Jim Elliff. View Show Notes →
Kids need to know they're loved, but they also need hope. Sally Lloyd-Jones tells how her book, "Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing," invites children to see what God says about them, His true masterpieces. View Show Notes →
Sally Lloyd-Jones recalls how her father sent her off to boarding school with the words of Joshua 1, "Be strong and very courageous." View Show Notes →