Our mission is to create media for children that are affirming guests in their homes, constructive occupiers of their time, enriching friends, and positive teachers.
Media is an Invited Guest
“The influence of the media on the psychosocial development of children
National Institute of Health
Media is a Full-time Job
Your kids watch a full-time job’s worth of TV each week – 35 hours.”
Media is a Best Friend
“A whopping 72 percent of children
eight and under have used
tablets or smartphones.”
Common Sense Media
Media is a Powerful Teacher
“As many little babies and one-year-olds have used smartphones or tablets today as all kids under eight had done
just two years ago.”
Common Sense Media
We are servants of those who watch and listen." – Fred Rogers
With media occupying more and more of children’s time, we organized as a non-profit to improve the everyday life and future of children. There has to be “better” for children. There needs to be “the best” as the standard for children’s media, which is the standard we have adopted.
Our creative process and final creations are mindful of a child’s intellectual/cognitive and social/emotional developmental needs, as well as spiritual growth. We serve children so they will thrive and inspire others.
We are faith-based in concept as a community on a mission. In wanting what is best for children, we are simply extending ourselves as God’s helpers to serve children.
The quotes on our website (unless otherwise noted) are words of the Rev. John Wesley. A contemporary with whom we share a vision - also a "Rev." - was Fred Rogers. These are his words which inspire us, “I’m so convinced that the space between the screen and the viewer is holy ground, and that what we put on the screen can, by the Holy Spirit, be translated into what this person needs to see and hear.” Mr. Rogers was correct – as usual!
Means of communication that reach very large numbers of children and families: original series for television; radio; DVD’s; CD’s
Means of communication through printed resources and/or desk-top publishing: original children’s church curricula; small group curricula
Means of communication focused on face to face interaction via live programs for children and families