ABOUT THE BOOK
Conviction. It’s about standing up for what’s right, even when others don’t. It’s also about taking your place in God’s story.
Stand Up: Get in the Story is an eight-week, interactive journal that helps kids understand what God says about conviction. At the beginning of each week, kids read about one of the many people from the Bible who got into God’s story by standing up for what’s right. Then, each day’s devotional thought or activity helps kids discover ways they can stand up and get in the story.
Stand Up is part of the 252 Kids Series, interactive devotional books for elementary-age children. Based on Luke 2:52, these devotionals are designed to help kids grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship.
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATOR
Dan Scott has been working with kids for over 20 years as a teacher, pastor, and communicator. He is currently the director of 252 Kids and Preteen Curriculum at Orange. Dan and his wife, Jenna, have four kids, Liam, Elli, Addi, and Taye, who keep them very busy and completely up to date with all things in the elementary, middle, and high school worlds. To find out more about Dan, you can follow him on Twitter @danscott77 or Instagram @danscott77.
Elizabeth Hansen has worked as a scriptwriter and story developer for Orange since 2011. She holds an MFA in screenwriting from Regent University and currently wears hats in both the 252 Kids and First Look worlds, writing for 252 Story, Get Reel, Studio Live, FX, Wonder, and more. Elizabeth and her husband, David, write and produce films through their company, Arclight Studios. They have two sons and live in Canton, Georgia.
Brian Bascle is an illustrator, cartoonist, graphic designer, and voice actor. He has worked with Orange since 2007 and creates art and graphics for the 252 Kids and 252 Preteen curriculum and is an illustrator and storyteller for 252 Story. When he's not drawing pictures, cooking up graphics, or telling stories, Brian performs voiceovers for commercials, corporate videos, audiobooks, and automated telephone systems. He also acts on stage and screen when he can.
Brian is an Atlanta native living in Roswell, Georgia, with his wife, Jane, and their two kids, Mike and Teresa, one dog, two cats, and way too many squirrels in the backyard.