An Overview of Acts For Sunday Schools who have 5 weeks to spare So if you had to describe Acts in a tweet what would you say? (Actually do this and leave me 140 characters of Acts info in the comments down below). I had more than a tweet but just 5 weeks of Sunday … Continue reading New Series
For Kids and Teens and pointing people in the direction of Jesus Scripts for Teens: Don't Miss Christmas This comedy shows you all the nativity characters you never normally get to see; because they didn't show up! The shepherd who's just doing his job properly and the advisor worried about Herod's temper if he goes. … Continue reading More Christmas Scripts
From the rest of the internet Not including the ones I've written (because obviously I'm biased) Here are the gems I've uncovered: Stories of the Saviour by Felicia Mollahan A couple of presenters take us through the Old Testament and show us all the ways in which history looks forward to the coming of Jesus. … Continue reading The best in Christmas scripts
What to do When something horrifying turns up at your door It's nearly 31st of October and it's my first Halloween in America; they take it a lot more seriously here then they do back home. Last Friday I suggested some things you could do at a Light Party if you wanted a fun alternative … Continue reading Trick or Treat?!
Just in time Some stories for advent I'm writing four scripts for advent one linked to each Sunday of advent. These are probably my favourite things to write: first person accounts. Just for a little while I get to imagine what it would have been like to be there, to see this, be visited by … Continue reading The holidays are coming!
A Gospel Outline and a session outline too! I wrote this one-off session plan based on the Who will be King? booklets. Their stuff is amazing as it's so simple and the kids can connect the pictures to what is being taught really well. Gospel outlines are great as a way of teaching non-believing kids … Continue reading Who will be King?
I was attacked by pirates! No honestly I was! It sounds like the worst excuse ever, and admittedly I was a LOT bigger than the pirates in question, but it does take it out of you. I spent last week with Christians from a group of churches in Bicester (in the UK) at one of … Continue reading I’m sorry this is late…