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A Simple Strategy to Manage Your Kidmin Music Library

August 4, 2016

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If you are anything like me, you have a lot of songs and videos of kidmin music! It’s hard to remember all the songs and it is even more difficult to remember what type of songs you have. In order to help you choose a good balance of songs for Sunday morning worship, put all […]

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6 Questions to Ask When Choosing Songs for Worship with Kids

August 2, 2016

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When I was young, there wasn’t a lot of choice when it came to music to sing with kids at church. Recently there has been an explosion of music for kids. And it is easier than ever to find the format that works for you – music, video, lead sheets. There is so much to […]

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How to Put Together Ready-to-go Emergency Lessons

September 21, 2015

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An emergency lesson is one that prepped and ready to go for situations where a substitute is required and has no time to prepare a lesson. The sub should be able to open the envelope or small container and easily follow the lesson inside. So, emergency lesson kits should be simple, require no preparation, include […]

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6 Ways that “Boring Forms” Provide Essential Insight into the Pulse of Your Ministry

March 6, 2015

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It can feel like you are inundated with forms. There are so many forms to fill out for every program and the administration of it all can end up feeling overwhelming. So you end up with a stack of forms on your desk that you barely look at except to check that they are filled […]

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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing – Parachute Man

March 4, 2015

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This is a version of the classic game Hangman. The big difference between this version and the original is that the game starts with a full picture and pieces are erased rather than a partial picture with pieces added. Object To guess the hidden word before all the lines on the parachute have been erased. […]

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