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Laflin Gospel Magic: Priceless

In this series, Illusionists David and Teesha Laflin will walk you through a new illusion every episode. 

 

Don't Teach Empty-Handed

Kidology Theorem #05 - learn to engage kids with curiosity to win their attention!

 

Xtreme Fruit Games Super Sunday

Xtreme Fruit Games is a stand-alone lesson designed to introduce kids to the Fruit of the Spirit through a FUN series of interactive games.

 

Family Table Talker - Goodness

Kidology's Family Table Talkers are a reproducible tool designed to help families disconnect from tech and connect with each other and God's Word.

 

The Gospel Colors Download Page

A FUN, new, simple way to share the GOOD NEWS of Jesus using just 8 colors!

 

"I know you love me, but do you LIKE me, too?"

Kidology Theorem #32 - Kids know you love them. Do they know you like them?

 

Tell Stories: Face

Pastor Steve Bourque brings you a series called Tell Stories! This 12-video series will help hone your storytelling skills using very specific insights. 

 

The Quest for Quality Questions!

Kidology Theorem #14 - Unlock learning with intentional questions. 

 

60 Second Teacher Tips with Phillip Hahn - #15: Talking Heads

These 60 Second Teacher Tips will make your ongoing training a SNAP!

 

Childlike vs. Childish

The Apostle Paul said when he became a man he put away childish things, but then Jesus said we are to come to Him as children. How do we connect with children, relationally, while maintaining the respect of adults? Pastor Karl - a self-identified "big kid" explains how to keep that tricky balance.

 

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Your kids will love this sports-themed series teaching them to flex their spiritual muscles and live radically for God!

XTREME LIVIN' - Unleashing the Power to Live a Radical Life for God! is an 8-week sports-themed series that teaches kids how to live out the Fruit of the Spirit.


Theme Passage: The kids will memorize Galatians 5:22-23

 

 

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