In 2014, the Wilkinson brothers, William (age 7) and Noah (age 5), began developing their very own Christian children's story line. With the help of their father, these two young authors have established and modified their own creative writing process. Since their project began when Noah was in K5, and he was just learning how to write himself, it was important to provide him with a way to share his ideas during the initial development phase of each story. During weekly meetings, they would brainstorm and record their meetings to ensure both were contributing. This process helped them write their first story entitled "Jeremiah and the Bully," which was published in January 2015, by Angels of Agape Publishing.
William and Noah are co-authors of the book series entitled “God's Mighty Kids,” which features a group of children who put on the full armor of God to help each character solve their problems. These two brothers have created their own characters and have conducted interviews with people to help them develop each individual character's personality and experiences. While not personally having much experience with many of the social issues children face today, William and Noah have used their interviews to gain insight into how many children feel and react to different circumstances. The authors then use the Bible and other resources to reference what God's word says about how to overcome life’s obstacles. Their goal is to teach children that they can rely on God's word in any given situation.
Because of their love of superheroes, William and Noah's idea was to incorporate some sort of "superhero" theme without having the characters themselves become superheroes. After all, everyday kids can be Mighty without super powers, but by the power of God's word. Having recently learned and memorized Ephesians 6:10, which references putting on the full armor of God, the boys knew right away what God's desire was for their project.