Monday, September 14, 2009

Children's Sermons, Object Lessons & Puppets

Over the past years I've done dozens of object lessons and puppet skits in different areas of children's ministry. After reading a recent post on children's sermons by IMonk, I decided to make some of my material available to others who could use it in their own ministries. It is copyrighted and may not be used commercially, but you are welcome to make a copy for your own use.
I'll be posting material every week or so on my new blog "Speaking Objectively". Just follow the link to the first object lesson "Two Books--Do It Yourself, or Done It For You". I would appreciate your comments--Let me know if these are helpful and if you are using these resources.
Hopefuly, I'll get some puppet scripts posted, too, so keep checking back if that is something you are looking for.
I'll be waiting to hear from you...and I'll be looking for you at Speaking Objectively.


Carol said...

Hi Kathy,
Just took time tonight to look on your blog. Loved the IMONK articles. SO truthful! It reminded me of Doug McCormack when he said that we as Christians often "strive to be so right we are wrong!". We say we believe in grace and yet we put so much value on being "right" that we are not gracious or loving! It divides us as believers and has to grieve the Lord. There is something about getting older that continues to open our eyes to these type of things. Hopefully we can pass it on to our children and others. Maybe this is part of "wisdom" the Word talks about. I hope so and hope we are beginning to get a glimpse of the real "love of God"! Love you! CAROL RAETZ

kat said...

Hi Carol-
Doug hit the nail on the head. We can be so religiously correct that we offend even those who may agree with us :(