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  • New “Jump” Pack – Bugs!

    March 4, 2009 · 3 comments

    I just created three new Jumps for High Voltage Kids Curriculum and wanted to share them with you.

    • Click Bugs – Kids snap their fingers. Leader says “Amen”. Quietest team wins.
    • Cockroaches – Kids jump up into their chair. First team up wins. (Alternately kids can pull their feet off the floor.)
    • Grasshoppers – Kids jump up and down. Leader says “Amen”. First team sitting and focused wins.

    More info on Jumps, what they are and how to use them in your service.

    Download Bugs Jumps Video Clips

    • Maria Moriconi

      Hi James,

      Have been enjoying your podcasts and promoting it to others CM leaders I meet with. Full of practical tips that I can try.

      It is encouraging that we all encounter the same challenges – I say encouraging because as we network with other CM leaders I have found that something they say triggers a God idea specifically for our circumstances. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

      Also I heard you mention “Jumps” and was unable to find out more about them as the link appears broken. What are they and how do you use them?

      I was also wondering if you produce “show notes” or have a list of resources that you promote as quite often I listen to you as I drive my car and find it a little difficult to write notes and drive (though with multitasking skills being a mandatory requirement these days I should be able to do both!).

      Thanks for being generous with your experiences and resources.

      Ps Maria Moriconi
      Townsville City Church
      Australia

      • admin

        Thanks so much for your comments. You can use the categories on the site (Resources) or the search bar to find the jumps. Each show has it’s own notes located in the blog post for that show. You can access them by clicking the Podcast category.

        I’ll be the first to admit that this website leaves a lot to be desired. I plan to switch it around soon to better organize the information.

    • Thanks for the share.

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