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February 2, 2000
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Web sites for Bible coloring pages:

These are two of the sites I have found...there are more, but I have temporarily lost my index card of sites...Just when I think I am finally organized, something else turns up missing!! Hope this helps and I will post others soon! God Bless! Kristina

http://www.christiananswers.net/kids/ (look for coloring pages)

Be sure to check about copyrights...one of the sites requested that you e-mail them to let them know first...I cannot remember which one!

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Draw a football field on a chalk board or something you have and name some plays come up with a through z and name some good plays like a touchdown for hard question and like a 30 yard catch for an easy question. Name some penalties and name them as you do the plays except name the 1 through 26.
Ricky from Fayette, Alabama.

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Dear Network Friends:
Check out the Christian Crafters Showcase for a free Valentine's Day-
Heart Wreath project. Enjoy!
Sarah Keith <><

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>On the count of 1..2..3 have the children release the balloon into the
>air and follow it with their eyes as it disappears into the sky...

A cautionary note regarding this activity - although it definitely is a
wonderful lesson for the kids, it is potentially environmentally
hazardous. Helium balloons, released into the air, pose a threat to birds
and sea life, who may ingest them with fatal results. I realize this is
only one balloon, but it is really on my heart, in this age of
disposables, that we need to help our kids learn to be good stewards of
God's beautiful gift to us of our earth. After all, He put us in charge
of it (Gen. 1:26,28)!

Along those lines, I am looking for craft or
cooking ideas (for K-4th gr.) that would help teach environmental
responsibility - anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Kit MacLeod, North Palm Beach, FL

(From Christian Crafters.Com: Thank you Kit, for this reminder on being good stewards! Does anyone have another idea as to making the same lesson point without using helium balloons?)

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I got this from our Children's choir director. Thought it was cute. Please pass along to the Sunday School Teacher" Network.
Beth Garvin


God is like General Electric
He lights your path.

God is like Bayer Aspirin
He works wonders.

God is like Hallmark Cards
He cared enough to send the very best.

God is like Tide
He gets out the stains that others leave behind.

God is like VO-5 Hair Spray
He holds through all kinds of weather.

God is like Dial Soap
Aren't you glad you know Him?
Don't you wish everyone did?

God is like Sears
He has everything.

God is like Alka Seltzer
Oh, what a relief He is!

God is like Scotch Tape
You can't see Him but you know He's there!

God is like The Copper Top Battery
Nothing can outlast him.

God is like American Express
Don't leave home without Him!

Beth Garvin

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Bible verse of the day from christiancrafters.com:
"But encourage one another daily, as long as it is called Today, so that none of you may be hardened by sin's deceitfulness." Hebrews 3:13

(Scripture references are taken from the New International Version - N.I.V.)

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