Introducing “Roots For The Journey” App.

Author of 5 books, podcaster, parent trainer, husband and father.

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As a parent and a family life pastor I am always in search of great new resources that can help families grow together, especially in their walk with Christ.

I am excited to say that I have found another one of those great resources. My good friend, and musical artist, Yancy, has released a great App called Roots For The Journey in conjunction with her latest album by the same title. In her many years of ministering to thousands of children through story and song, she had a dream that was bigger than simply another album release.

Yancy spends most of her time doing family concerts and making music and worship resources that play in minivans and churches worldwide. So, the question was asked: how could she mix her audience that ranges from preteen all the way down to preschool with this new music she created?

What if she made an app to help parents teach their kids timeless Biblical truths? What if we could give parents tools to make these scriptures come alive to their children. Thus, Roots for the Journey App was born. It is available for iPhone, iPad and Android.

The app provides family devotions, conversations, activities, prayers and more. Being an app, it isn’t just about being at home, in the living room and having spiritual time for a hour. You could do parts of the devotion on the go, in the car, during dinner or whenever your family is gathered together. There are multiple ways you can talk about and reinforce the truth of God’s Word. The song, as you listen, will help tie that message to a melody that kids can latch onto and sing.

Music is an amazing way to communicate. Think about it- we remember songs from long ago. The same is true for your kids. So, having the music is a tool that will reinforce the lessons, conversations, activities and prayers. Most importantly, through this App, Yancy wants to help families hide God’s word in their hearts. Psalm 119:11 says, “I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.”

I love this App! It is an innovative and engaging resource that truly connects the entire family. In a fast-paced world where sports schedules, school and job demands, and extra-curricular activities keep us moving in all different directions, an App like Roots For The Journey is a simple and creative way to stay grounded in faith as a family.

Don’t waste one more minute. Download Roots For The Journey App now. Here are the links for iPhone, iPad & Android:

Another great bonus for parents are articles on parenting, from Yancy’s Dad and Children’s Ministry Pioneer, Jim Wideman and the founder of the Orange Conference, 252 and First Look Curriculums Reggie Joiner.

While you’re at it, download Yancy’s ablum, Roots For The Journey. My kids love her music. They listen to it on repeat all the time. It’s fun, energetic, and grounded in timeless truths! I firmly believe that your children will love it too!

Are you using Roots For The Journey App? What are some of your thoughts? Share in the comment section of this post!

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Mike and Kristin Berry are the Co-Founders of The Honestly Adoption Company and have been parents for nearly two decades. They are the authors of six books, and the host of The Honestly Adoption Podcast.

Sarah Gray

Sarah Gray is the executive assistant to Mike and Kristin Berry. And she is the best in the land. In addition to providing a warm and friendly response to the many emails our company receives on a weekly basis, she also manages Mike and Kristin’s speaking and meeting schedules, and makes sure that team events go off without a hitch.

Nicole Goerges

Nicole Goerges is a Content Contributor & Special Consultant for The Honestly Adoption Company. She works with Mike and Kristin as a recurring co-host for the Honestly Adoption Podcast, and co-host of Kitchen Table Talks, exclusive video content for Oasis Community, along with Kristin. She is a fellow adoptive mom, and former foster parent.

Matt McCarrick

Matt McCarrick is the Content Production Specialist for The Honestly Adoption Company. If you’ve loved listening to our podcast, or enjoyed any of the videos trainings we’ve published, you have Matt to thank. He oversees all of our content production, from video edits, to making sure the tags are correct on YouTube, to uploading new videos to Oasis, to hitting publish on a podcast episode, he’s a content wonder!

Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson is the Community Engagement Specialist for The Honestly Adoption Company. She spends the bulk of her time interacting with, and helping, people through our various social media channels, as well as providing support for Oasis Community members through chat support or Zoom calls. In the same spirit as Beaver, Karen is also passionate about connecting with parents and making them feel loved and supported. Karen is also an FASD trainer and travels often, equipping and encouraging parents.

Beaver Trumble

Beaver Trumble is the Customer Care Specialist for The Honestly Adoption Company. Chances are, if you have been in need of technical support, or forgotten your password to one of our courses, you have interacted with Beaver. He is an absolute pro at customer care. In fact, he single-handedly revolutionized our customer care department last year. Beaver is passionate about connecting with parents and making them feel loved and encouraged.

Kristin Berry

Kristin Berry is the co-founder of, and Chief Content Specialist for, The Honestly Adoption Company. She spends most of her time researching and connecting with guests for our podcast, as well as direction, designing and publishing a lot of the content for our social media channels, blog and podcast. She loves to connect with fellow parents around the world, and share the message of hope with them.

Mike Berry

Mike Berry is the co-founder of, and Chief Marketing Specialist for, The Honestly Adoption Company. He spends the bulk of his time and energy designing and building many of the resources you see within our company, as well as social media and email campaigns. His goal is to use media as a means to encourage and equip parents around the world. He is also the co-host of The Honestly Adoption Podcast.