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This spring quarter in the Tru Fire curriculum is a neon/blacklight theme. Blacklights are such a simple but effective way to bring fun to your ministry!
Gone are the days where kids can be expected to remember a three-point sermon. Most children (and adults) need one big point to walk away with. One of the things that has worked wonders in our kids’ church is combining the big point with the JBQ Bible Fact Pak.
In the ideal world, every Girls Ministries sponsor of every club would have a great classroom space to decorate beautifully. Some groups may be blessed to have their own private space, but most find themselves sharing with another ministry within the church building. It doesn’t take long for a room to look like a storage closet with leftover holiday decorations, papers left from other ministries, and nothing that uniquely says to girls, “This is YOUR room!” No matter the circumstances, there are ways to personalize a space and freshen it up for the girls. This article suggests two easy steps to make a general education room scream Girls Ministry.
Each year at our local church, we attempt to find creative strategies to walk this fine line. We’ve done the stickers, JBQ store, end-of-year parties, attendance rewards, and more—all with varying degrees of success. With the upcoming 2016-17 season, we met to discuss what this year’s new-and-improved system would be. We didn’t need to look any further than JBQ’s national campaign, “Conquer the Cards.” The result was a two-faceted JBQ program—one part to motivate all kids to learn the Bible Fact-Pak and another to help motivate those who wished to attend the quiz meets.