WOW! Save 40% on What’s in the Bible with Kidology

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“You’ll Laugh! You’ll Think! You’ll Learn What’s in the Bible like never before!” – Karl Bastian, the Kidologist from Kidology.org Kidology is always looking for ways to help children’s ministry leaders money on the best resources available in kidmin today! That is why we are excited to announce a LIMITED TIME discount on Phil Vischer’s incredible “What’s in the Bible” curriculum – both home and church editions. Get 40% off your What’s in the Bible! Just use the code KIDOLOGY when you order! Whoever said the Bible is old-fashioned or boring has never seen it taught by Phil Vicher and his gang! You’ll laugh, you’ll think and you’ll learn ‘What’s in the Bible’ like never before. I have been watching these videos with my son and we both find them not only hysterical to watch, but incredibly educational. When both a child and a dad with a Bible degree are learning – you know you’ve struck gold. AND NOW… the complete Bible is available in a Church Edition to bring this amazing video education to the church learning environment. Two bonus discs include files to print your own classroom decorations and promotional posters plus countdown videos, videos for parents from …

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$20 for 20 Days! Don’t Miss It!

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Every once in a while a deal comes along that is just TOO GOOD to pass up! The Kidology Handbook has been called by many “their blueprint for children’s ministry” and the Kid’s Church Cookbook is the most complete training resource for those who teach children’s church ever created! Normally these massive training manuals (and the seven training videos included in the cookbook) cost well over $100 together depending on your membership level on Kidology.org But for the NEXT 20 DAYS you can get The Kidology Handbook for only $20! (Retail $49) and while you are at it, you can add The Kid’s Church Cookbook for 50% off the members only price (even if you aren’t!) for only $35. Getting these tools may just be the best investment you make in yourself and your volunteers. Use them to sharpen yourself, or to lead training sessions in your church. Thousands have been sold and I often meet people to are so eager to tell me the difference these books have made in their ministry. They are fun to read, extremely practical and loaded with tips and tricks from a veteran children’s pastor and trainer who “gives away his secrets” in these …

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We All Got “Stuff”

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Tonight I kicked off a new week of camp speaking at Camp Timber-lee. I’ve been a camp speaker here since 1997. They keep having me back, even after I moved to Colorado, which is an honor. This year’s theme is ‘Anchored’ and it’s a super topic – for when we have our lives anchored to God, we can survive the storms of life. I’ll be covering the ‘Water Stories’ of the Bible. Tonight we began with the Wise and Foolish builder in Matthew 7:24-27. For each story we will be looking UP (something we learn about God), IN (something we learn about ourselves), DOWN (identifying a ‘bottom line’ Eternal Principle) and then OUT (what will we DO differently as a result of this story?). One of the neat things about tonight’s chapel was when I introduced a new puppet tonight, named Shredder (a skater dude). He embarrassed to share his real name, so he goes by this cool nick name. He mentioned that he ‘s got some ‘stuff’ going on in his life that he could use God’s help with. When I asked what he meant, he said he didn’t want to give details in front of all these kids, …

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Be God’s Man in God’s Place

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I’m at MBI right now for a children’s ministry conference being put on by the seniors in the Children’s Ministry Major program. A major not available when I was a student. They are doing an incredible job. It is such an honor to be here. As I walked around the campus yesterday posting pictures to Facebook of the campus changes, and what’s still the same – it brought back a lot of great memories. It was actually pretty significant that I was here on May 2nd. 24 years ago, on May 2nd, 1990 – I got to go out to take the President of Moody Bible Institute one on one. I had valet parked his car a few weeks earlier and left a note inside asking if I could treat him out to a meal. When he called my dorm room a few days later, my room mate answered, and shocked said, “It’s the Presdient!” I answered, “Bill Clinton?” And he said, “No, Joe Stowell!” We scheduled our meal, and I picked him up at the “Arch” in my little Chevy Chevete and took him to the Rock n’ Roll McDonald’s, where I was the ‘house magician’ – and where …

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The Day the King Unlocked the Gates (free eBook for kids)

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Found another hidden treasure! One of the most difficult things to explain to children (or adults for that matter) is the ‘problem of evil.’ It is a philosophical issue that troubles even the most inquiring minds, but doesn’t escape the simple minds of children either. What is ‘free will?’ Why did God give it to us? Why do so many people not believe in God, or even know about Him – if He is truly all knowing and all-powerful? And if He is so loving, why does He allow so much evil in this world? He must be either not all-powerful, not all-knowing, or not all-good for there to be so much in this world that isn’t good! All fair questions. I attempted to answer them years ago with a story I wrote called THE DAY THE KING UNLOCKED THE GATES. I’m no artist – but I even did the illustrations myself and reproduced this book for the kids at my church. I have only a paper master, so I’ve scanned it and created a eBook PDF for your enjoyment. I do hope you will read it to your kids and let me know what you think! It addresses free …

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