We have those song videos for kids to engage in worship. Our videos are not like watching TV, they are not like watching a music concert, they are not like watching an action/adventure drama. We support worship through singing. Our songs are crafted for kids and in a child's vocal range. They are an appropriate length for a child's attention span. Our song list includes well known hymns, and current worship songs that their parents are singing in Big Church.
We are well prepared with Easter Songs, Christmas Songs and songs for all the weeks in between. We have songs for camps, songs for VBS, songs for AWANA meetings, songs to perform in Big Church, songs to sing in Chapel, songs to sing during the transition times between services or while waiting for those parents to arrive to pick up the kids from Big Church, which lasted longer than the scheduled time. We have songs.
For Easter, we provide choices:
Simple Worship: Easter Wonder DVD or USB Flash Drive - God's Kids Worship Band has 12 songs. This collection is available on either a DVD with additional files, or on a USB stick. All the songs are provided in both a stereo format and a split track format. There are sample files on our website to make sure that your computer equipment can use the formats provided.
Alternatively, you can pick and choose the individual song videos that you want to incorporate into your worship and/or singing time. We have categorized these songs into groups to help you find that just right song for your kids. Categories include Easter songs, Christmas songs, Scripture Songs, Hymns, Classic Songs, Original Songs, Current Songs, and Motions Songs.
Another option is to view the songs by the artist. We have songs by the God's Kids Worship Band, Yancy, Uncle Charlie, Kurtis Parks, and the Here I Am Worship Band.
Sometimes you need only the audio portion of these songs. We have digital CD's in the MP3 format. There are 12 stereo MP3 albums, and these 12 albums are also available in the split track format.
Finally, we have those countdown clocks to use to start your gathering, or to time a game or a prayer time. Have you used a countdown clock to start your children's church? Often, the clock will end with the children counting down ten, nine, eight, seven six, five, four, three, two, one. You can then start your gathering with all the kids attention focused on the front.