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3 Reasons why men don’t go to church

Seeing how this week has been very heavy work wise for me as I am preparing so much for this summer ministry to the boys and girls in our community, I will share another video again.

This video does have some good input, so sit back, watch and enjoy. Leave your thoughts below in the comments.

Could this possibly be in our future?

I ran across this video and with so many things in it I thought – yes, I love it! This type of technology for me is extremely appealing. Then my mind goes to how could we capitalize on this type of technology in children’s ministry?

What if as families pulled into the church parking lot on the windows of the church it had a movie of what experience your kids will be going through for the day.

What if on the way to service our phones would alert us of missionaries birthdays, and the kids could Skype them briefly and hear updates of how they are impacting the Kingdom of God and if the child wanted to they could record the conversation and send it to the children’s pastor to potentially be shared at some point during small groups.

What if kids could scan their phone to pay their tithes which throughout the week parents were electronically adding their allowance to or money that the kids were working for throughout the week.

The list really goes on and on of the possibilities. What would you like to see happen with this type of technology?

Do you like or dislike this type of technology? Why?

Children’s Ministry Videos

Call me slow, but I just discovered these you tube videos from Children’s Ministry Magazine. They have a full list of videos on a variety of topics about things on Children’s Ministry.

Here are just a couple:

The Mohawk Snap Object Lesson

20/20 Vision

So do you have any other places or videos that you have stumbled across recently that can be used in children’s ministry?

Lord Have Mercy video from Lecrae

We have had Lecrae at our church before and I really enjoy his music and missionary heart that he accomplishes through his main stream hip-hop music.

I truly enjoy how he describes his molding hip-hop and Christianity lifestyle:
“For me it’s not a challenge, because it’s authentically who I am on both sides. I’m not fighting to stay hip-hop. I am hip-hop. I am the culture, but I’m a Christian, and I have a relationship with God and so my relationship is going to bleed out into everything that I am and everything that I do. And me being a part of hip-hop is going to be a part of everything I am and everything I do.”

I want to leave you with a little missionary message coming from Lecrae and his album Gravity. Hope you enjoy it.