It is certainly that time again. A wonderful time of the year. Time for singing Carols and celebrating the birth of the only Savior of the world.
But, have you waited too long? You need that music now, for your KidMin program. It may be too late to wait for the post office to delivery that DVD, or CD, or USB stick. You want to download those songs and you want that process to be easy.
You also want to hear those songs prior to purchase. If you are looking for a video, you want to see that video first. You like kid’s videos, but sometimes the videos are not what you want to show your children in your kids ministry. Prior viewing is a necessity. You can see all the videos on YouTube.
There, that’s easy. Ask Alexa to play the specific album from God’s Kids Worship, that you want to hear. Here is how it works: Say this: “Alexa, play God’s Kids Worship Band Classic Christmas.” Or say: “Alexa, play God’s Kids Worship Band Christmas Fun.” I suppose this would work on other devices if your are connected to a source for music.
We also like to ask Alexa to play God’s Kids Worship Band and listen to over on hundred songs that are available to hear from the albums created by the God’s Kids Worship Band.
We have the traditional songs that you want to sing with your kids ministry this December. We have the same songs in several formats. There are song videos in stereo and song videos in split track. We have audio only songs in either stereo or split track. Will your kids be singing any Christmas songs in Big Church? These recording are very helpful
Many music teachers use our split track audio only recordings to teach singing, and to prepare for performances. Yes, these are Christmas songs, but we also have song for Easter, and for every week in between. We like to sing and we think you should be singing.
What is your favorite traditional Christmas song? Is it Silent Night? Joy to the World? We Three Kings? We Wish You a Merry Christmas? We have found that most Christmas plays and concerts will end with the song We Wish You A Merry Christmas.