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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!
Over the years, the term “Parent Meeting” has meant parent workshops about hot topics, program and policy changes, open house meet and greets, and private one-on-one meetings. No matter what the reason, the truth is no one likes “meetings.” But that doesn’t mean they have to be lame wastes of time either. This article points to one big tip that will save you lots of time planning and conducting parent meetings.
If you haven’t heard of Pokémon Go, people will start wondering if you have been living under a Snorlax. It’s the most viral app ever built, with over 15 million downloads in the first week it was available. As someone who not only uses, but also builds apps, I would even argue that this game is the most creative app yet released to the app stores. It is a brilliant marriage of pop culture and smartphones, and few apps have been able to do what it has done.
“Love it, let’s do it!” There’s a pause in the room as no one wants to bring up what needs to be said next. In the back there’s a throat clear and then…the question. “How are we going to promote thi..” Nooooooo! The air in the creative room has been vacuumed out, a fire breaks out, a bear flies in, the ceiling collapses and the meeting is over because everyone is dead! Boy, that escalated quickly.