Ages 3-6

Beginning readers will grow in wonder and knowledge as they discover God’s creation and His design in the world.


You can pull apart each magazine into eight weekly lessons or flip through at your own pace. Each lesson includes three stories and an activity designed to build basic skills.


Your kids can safely explore additional stories online. Built with large, captivating images and a short block of text, our digital content ignites interest without overwhelming young readers.


In addition to our six bimonthly print magazines and online articles, an annual God’s WORLD News subscription includes weekly puzzle pages,  email newsletters, and teaching guides.

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Our family has been reading God’s World News for almost three years. Our family has experienced all three of their magazines (God’s Big WORLD, WORLDkids and WORLDteen). We love this magazine because it brings contemporary world news and issues from a positive and biblical perspective while stimulating thought. Our kids are engaging with their world and starting up some good conversations because of it.
Isabela, WORLD parent
We have used God’s World News for many years with our children. They look forward to every issue and read them over and over. Having our children be able to engage in conversations that are informed and current is important to us. The biblical worldview is priceless.
Andrea B
My 10-year-old son had been craving more knowledge of current events. He would see me reading articles on the internet and asked if he could read kid-friendly news that I found. Instead of filtering articles myself, I ordered WORLDteen and it’s been a perfect fit. WORLDteen covers real-world news topics that are timely and interesting to kids. I’m comforted knowing that the delivery of the information aligns with my family’s worldview.”
Lynn M
My children get so excited when the magazine comes in the mail. They begin reading it as soon as it arrives, and they always read the entire issue. It’s great for me because I don’t feel the need to screen the content before giving it to them. It has very interesting articles and activities and always points to Jesus.”