Introducing Minno Life: Where Parents Find Expert Help and Everyday Encouragement

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If you’re new here, welcome! We are so glad you found Minno. Before we dig into all of the expert help and everyday encouragement you will find here at Minno Life, let’s start at the very beginning (a very good place to start).

What is Minno?

Minno is an ad-free streaming video app for kids with hand-picked shows reflecting Christian faith and values, including the largest selection of classic VeggieTales. With Minno, you can rest easy and feel great about screen time. Visit our HOMEPAGE to find out more about how your family can bring faith to life through stories that ignite imagination.

 

Who is Minno?

We are parents, church volunteers, ministry leaders, developers, writers, and technology and entertainment executives with one mission: serving you, as Christian parents, in raising the next generation of believers. Read more about Minno and the team on our ABOUT page.

What is Minno Life?

Minno is more than a safe for kids, streaming video-on-demand platform. Minno Life provides Bible teaching tools, family devotionals, and expert parenting advice to help you lead your family in faith.

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Being a parent today is hard! We have greater challenges and more information than ever before which can often leave us feeling overwhelmed and confused about how to guide our kids to grow with God at the center of their lives.

Parents need two things (besides utter and total dependence on God) to help our families thrive:

1. Good and Godly insight from experts who share our faith and values.

2. Encouragement and support from other parents.

That’s why we created Minno Life. We want you to feel good about the media choices you have for your kids but we also want to partner with you beyond the screen and into your everyday life.

Whether you want to know how to talk to your kids about faith or you need the 411 on the latest trend, we’ve got you covered. If you want tips and ideas on how to study the Bible with kids or need quick access to Bible verses about kindness, you can find it here.

Our hope is to help you and your family connect with God and each other as you experience His goodness and love.

You may be thinking, “That all sounds perfect, but life often gets in the way of my ability to keep up with the house and the schedules, let alone read the Bible or an article about raising kids today.”

We get it. We really do!

I’m a mom of two kids (ages 11 and 8). I work full-time and I volunteer in kids ministry at my church and on the middle-school PTO. On any given day, my kids have probably eaten way too much sugar, or they’ve had more screen time than I care to admit. We order pizza more than we should and our house is often a mess.

Parenting is not for the weak. But His strength is. I rely on Him daily and I know you do too.

Why Minno Life?

Minno is a modern spelling of the Greek word, Meno, which means, “to abide.” It’s taken from John 15 where Jesus Himself said,

I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, [he] bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing. (John 15: 5 ESV)

Everything you find here on the blog will help you and your family live an abiding life, connected to the One who has everything you need to thrive.

We can’t do life alone. We need Him. And we need each other.

We’re in this together,

Jess

Check out these great posts; just a few examples of the helpful content you’ll find here at Minno Life.

EXPERT VOICES

What Kids Need Most from their Dad – Interview with David Thomas, L.M.S.W. and co-author of Are My Kids on Track?

4 Signs Your Daughter Has Anxiety – Sissy Goff, MEd, LPC-MHSP and co-author of Are My Kids on Track?

EVERYDAY ENCOURAGEMENT

Top-of-Mind Topics

3 Bible Stories That Teach Kids . . . Series

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Jess Wolstenholm is the Editorial Director of Minno Life. Since the loss of her mom to pancreatic cancer in 2013, she’s focused on continuing the legacy of family + faith started by her wonderfully imperfect parents. When she isn’t writing, you can find Jess reading children’s books or teaching kids at her home church. She lives outside Nashville, Tennessee with her amazing husband, Dave and their two miracles, Hope (11) and Joshua (8).