OUR CURRENT PRODUCTS - 2018
Proactive Parent Guide
This helpful resource is packed full of tips and guidance for parents as they navigate through safety conversations with their children about body bounderies and other topics.
Shielded Eyes, Shielded Hearts
When Caleb’s Mom leaves him home alone, his heart defenders take action when a peer sends him inappropriate content online.
A Secret Gift for Grace
All that little Grace ever wanted was a puppy. She finds herself caught in a bind when her neighbor bribes her into keeping a secret for him in return for the puppy.
Healed Hearts Heal Hearts
When Simon's sister, Cynthia, is struggling to repair the missing piece of her heart, the team works together to help her find it and heal her heart back to whole.
When Willow's safe adult doesn't believe the account of abuse she witnessed, Faith encourages her to press on for the help her cousin needs.
Julian’s Solo Voyage
Follow Tomás as he helps Julian navigate a tricky situation when a stranger in a public bathroom wants to help him use the restroom.
Madison’s Big Brother Storybook
Follow Elizabeth as she helps Isabella navigate a tricky situation when a boy tries to kiss her while they are home alone.
My Friend’s New Toy Storybook
Follow Faith as she comes to the aid of Olivia who is in a tricky situation with a friend who wants to disrobe at a play date.
All-Star Dugout Dreams
Follow Simon as he helps James navigate a tricky situation when his baseball coach tries to coerce him into an unplanned ride home.
Invite the Heart Defenders into mealtime and continue the important SAFE Hearts “kid-versations” at the kitchen table with your kids.
Lunch Pail & Puzzle Pack
Send the fun and empowerment of the SAFE Hearts Heart Defenders with your kids wherever they go!
Heart Defender Badges
This fun accessory will remind and empower your child to always be a Heart Defender in any situation!
SAFE Hearts Family Board Game
Make your way through the world of the Heart Defenders and play along as you learn together how to keep your family safe. Click here
Safe Hearts Testimonials
This is happening in small towns, big cities, in your nei ghbor's house, at school, everywhere. I would like to encourage parents to get out of t he mindset of "it won't happen to me" because no one expects or plans for this to happen. Give your children the tools to defend themselves and stop something before it gets out of hand.
Working with kids and youth for over 10 years, we ’ ve seen a lot. We ’ ve worked in a lot of brokenness and unfortunately had too many conversations wi th CPS and counselors as required reporters. The statement in the guide speaks for itself — 70% of sexual assault cases occur in children 17 & under. As uncomfortab le as it might be to have a conversation with my kids, it pales in comparison to the conversation I might have to have if something traumatic occurred, especially without a reso urce like this. As a Family Pastor coming alongside kids and their parents, these resour ces are literally invaluable and as parents of 3 boys, this is personally empowering and gives an accessible platform for communication with our kids — not always an easy task.
Keaton & Amy Smith
The parent guide was easy to read, detailed and informative. We a ppreciated the acknowledgement of children having barriers and the mixed signal s that can be given when we unknowingly persuade our children to do something t hey are uncomfortable with. Our responses to how we react to our children can be permanently damaging and these principals can be used in the way we address our childr en in all matters. We were especially pleased with both children's books. Not only did they address issues with the opposite sex but they also addressed issues with same sex frien ds. We liked that the books highlights the thoughts form the perspective of the child and ex plains why it is important to speak out on anyone that has made them uncomfortabl e so that all parties involved can be helped. We absolutely love the book series and what you're doing with it.
Very helpful and it gave us much to think about.
William & Monique Dudley