Summer days, drifting away…

Resources for making the most of your summer Whether your regular scheduling continues or Sunday School is taking a break Summer is already here in Chicago: with a vengeance! Kids break up for vacation much earlier here than we do in the UK (If you're in a school there: keep going - you're really close!) … Continue reading Summer days, drifting away…

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Easter plays

Teens and Drama Go together like eggs and chocolate So the thing about eggs and chocolate is you need the right combination. Chocolate shaped like eggs - great! Boiled chocolate - not-so-great. Here are a couple of Easter plays that work great when combined with teenagers. There's comedy, they're short enough to learn, you can … Continue reading Easter plays

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Looking at letters Helping kids access non-narrative texts They're one of the things we spend most of our time on in Church and Bible studies, they're where most of our theology comes from and they're crucial to how we interpret the Bible. Yet the New Testament letters (19 out of 27 books) are infrequently covered … Continue reading More from Paul

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I found Narnia! Not at the back of my wardrobe unfortunately. Instead I updated the Narnia page on this blog with the talks and powerpoint from that series. I'm not entirely sure how or why they disappeared in the first place. Nevermind, they're back now!