Now, I realize that there is probably a not insubstantial portion of my readership with a distinctly secular/humanist/athiest worldview, and probably another insubstantial portion of the Jewish faith. If you find yourself in either of those categories, you can probably move on, check out the site tomorrow.
But if you have a Christian faith background, and you're reading a kindie music site, then you should probably know about Rain for Roots, a Nashville-based quartet of women writing and performing thoughtful songs from that Christian faith background. (It includes Katy Bowser from the still-wonderful, and secular, kids' jazz group Coal Train Railroad.) Their first album Big Stories for Little Ones was everything their teaser sampler suggested, and their forthcoming album The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like This is another collection of lovingly-arranged folk-rock for the Sunday School set. This is for fans of Justin Roberts' Why Not Sea Monsters? disks and Elizabeth Mitchell's more mystical/religious sounds. Many of the songs, however, explicitly reference God and Jesus, so your taste in this music will be bound by your religious preference.