Check out this video produced by the Content Development team at LifeChurch.tv. It specifically walks a child through a simple, straight-forward presentation of the gospel. A great tool for any kids ministry and parent that desires to solidify this truth in their kids.
Let’s state the obvious facts first. There isn’t really anything out there like this for kids. It’s animated, clean, straight-forward, and kid-friendly. This is unique, and anyone that works with kids in a church environment will immediately think so. Gina McClain, of the previously mentioned lifechurch.tv, asked if my readers would share some opinions on what you see or don’t see in this video.
Here’s some food for thought:
Is the video effective at meeting its intended purpose? When compared to sharing Christ in a one-on-one relationship, where does this measure up? If sharing Christ face to face is a 10 on a scale of 1-10; then where does this video rank on that same scale? Is it a 5? Is it a 9 or 10?
What ages would it be most effective with? 1st & 2nd graders or 4th & 5th graders?
Anyone done missions work with kids? Would something like this be more effective in another country (of course in their own spoken language) than it might be in the states?
On a purely theological level, is this video correct? Is it misleading?