Zip for Kids™: I Am. . . has launched and just like the first volume God Is. . . this volume contains some awesome tracks to engage kids of all ages. Sure you’ll still see some of your favorites like Kitchen Concoctions with new recipes and debriefs to each sessions’ biblical content, but check out these awesome new additions:
Play It—Volleyball and Baseball
Perform It—Praise Band and Ballet
Live It—new activities and service projects
Of course we still have templates to create your own tracks for each category.
Check out Zip for Kids and start planning an awesome summer event for all your kids!
Zip for Kids™ resources are not your average “use once and done” curriculum. This innovative tool is a great bank of ideas to use even after your camp or kids event.
You may have used your Zip for Kids for a week-long or a one-day-a-week-for-10-weeks summer kids’ event. However, this powerful tool is still packed with potential. Consider pulling together a “Best Of” day for that Back-to-School bash. Use kids’ favorite videos, music, or Bible stories. Throw in a few of those great games you didn’t have time to use the first time through. Pick a track you didn’t use and scatter those five hours of track time throughout a single day, or during a week of fall break.
Recycle! Reuse! It’s a ZIP with Zip for Kids!
We are happy to have Rachel Trammell share about her recent trip to Moldova with Justice and Mercy International.
Be honest: if someone challenged you to locate the country of Moldova on a map, would you even know what hemisphere to start in? Most of us wouldn’t. Moldova is located in eastern Europe, and is the poorest and smallest country of the former Soviet Union. This past June, I spent a week in Moldova, but 3 months ago, I couldn’t have told you what continent it was on, much less find the tiny nation on a map.