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Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you had a date on the calendar for an activity, you knew you needed to get it promoted to the kids and families, but you had no idea what to do? Perhaps you were overwhelmed with details for other ministry items and you just could not slow down long enough to make a few phone calls, do the research, and plan the activity…
Games and play can serve so many purposes in a children’s ministry setting. They can be used as a time-filler when the main service goes long, they can reinforce a lesson, or be just for fun. It’s a good idea to keep a few games ready at all times, just in case.
Gumball machines are bright, fun objects that draw kids. Plus, they’re full of candy! The ultimate kids ministry combo. If you have stopped by your local Toys R Us or Target anytime lately, you’ve likely seen gumball machines of all different sizes and price ranges. Here are three different game ideas that can work with any sized or priced gumball machine.
Let’s face it, the church has not cracked the code on how to help Mom and Dad feel confident in having spiritual conversations with their children.However, if we are going to change the story for this generation of children’s children, then we need to do something that will begin to bridge the gap.