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Churches

First-Time Visitors: Include "The Story of Jesus for Children" video as a gift in your visitor packet.

Commitment Sunday: Evaluate the spiritual life of children in your Sunday school. Consider having a "Commitment Sunday" the first Sunday of the Sunday school year or during Christmas, Palm Sunday, Easter Sunday or the last Sunday of your Sunday school year. You will make sure each child has been given the opportunity to ask Jesus into his or her life.

Sunday School: Use "The Story of Jesus for Children" as a "launching pad" for a study of biblical truth in your children's Sunday school classes. A five lesson Teacher/Mentor's Guide specifically designed for use with the video is available.

Vacation Bible School: The video presents the story of Jesus from the announcement of His conception to His death and resurrection. It ends with Sara and Benjamin challenging the audience (i.e. all the children at VBS!) to invite Jesus into their lives. What better way to wrap up a time of vacation Bible school than with an invitation like this! Then, present each child with a video to take home and share with family and friends. We also have a partnership with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), who has developed a VBS curriculum and is available through our ministry.

Clubs: Schedule a showing of "The Story of Jesus for Children" for a club/Bible study night. (AWANA, Pioneer Girls, Boys Brigade, MOPS, Moms In Touch etc.). Give the video as a Christmas or Easter gift to your Bible study leaders.

Awards: Use "The Story of Jesus for Children" video as a special prize for activities/games. These might include excellent attendance, Bible memorization, bringing the most friends, or showing the video to friends.

The Greatest Promise bookletsMovie Night: Plan a special evangelistic movie night using "The Story of Jesus for Children." Invite children to bring friends and family and provide popcorn, juice, or other treats. At the end, distribute "The Greatest Promise" booklets to all the children. Activities and materials are available to help you with this event.

Make "The Story of Jesus for Children" available through your church library and/or bookstore.


Parents

Gifts: Wrap and present "The Story of Jesus for Children" as part of a birthday or Christmas gift for a child, Bible study leader, school teacher, family and friends. This video can be a special gift to a camp counselor or an end-of-the-year thank-you gift to a music teacher.

Tradition: Make watching "The Story of Jesus for Children" an annual Christmas and/or Easter tradition for your family.

Extended family: If you desire to reach other children in your extended family (i.e. nieces, nephews, grandchildren) show "The Story of Jesus for Children" during a family gathering. Invite their parents to watch too—you could reach your whole family this way! If the children like the video, offer to give them copies to watch in their homes.

Neighborhood: Use "The Story of Jesus for Children" to reach children in your neighborhood. Invite your child's friends to a "party." Make it a fun event with popcorn or other treats. This may be the most important movie these children ever see!

Clubs/Events: Create a beautiful basket with many items including "The Story of Jesus for Children" video. This basket can be used as part of a raffle or drawing at a Women's Spring Tea, kick-off event or a special father/child program. Offer the video as a prize at a game night.


Schools

Public, Private, Christian, Homeschool:

Show "The Story of Jesus for Children" video in a school assembly or chapel. The video can be used to evaluate where a child is spiritually.

Make "The Story of Jesus for Children" a part of a history or Bible class. The video will help demonstrate that the teachings and life of Jesus are historically true. The video can be used as a "launching pad" for a more extended study of biblical principles. A five lesson Teacher/Mentor Guide designed for use with the video is available.

Make "The Story of Jesus for Children" available through your school library.

Have "The Story of Jesus for Children" video playing in the background during back to school night.

Give a video to each student as a reward for excellent behavior, performance and Bible verse memorization.

Schedule a showing of "The Story of Jesus for Children" during an after-school program.

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