Sports Fun for Messy Churches Paperback
by Lucy Moore;
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Sports Fun for Messy Churches
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Sports Fun resources Messy Church leaders to explore spiritual values such as the excellence and respect found in great sporting events like the 2012 Olympics.
Sports Fun for Messy Church includes crafts on a sports theme, games suitable for the all-age community, involvement ideas such as a sports trail and messy weekends!
Ideal for 2012, Sports Fun gets you going for gold with resources for memorable all age worship celebration ideas based on Olympic themes.
Sports Fun for Messy Churches by Lucy Moore was published by BRF in November 2011 and is our 2117th best seller. The ISBN for Sports Fun for Messy Churches is 9781841018249.
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Sports Fun for Messy ChurchesKathy Bland, via The Good Book Stall
If you want to include an Olympics flavour to your Messy Church sessions or are planning a holiday club or workshop on a sports theme then it is handy to discover that someone else has already done some of the thinking for you!
If you were looking for a wealth of active ideas for your active non-crafty messy church children, then sadly this book isn’t really the answer you were hoping for, though there are some good active ideas in it. If however, what you are wanting is sports themed crafts or ideas for community events, or a springboard for your imagination then this is your book!
As with Lucy Moore’s other recent Messy Church books (Messy Crafts and Messy Cooks), the idea is to pick and choose ideas and build your session around them.
The book includes one complete Messy Church session based on the Good Samaritan. Other inclusions, such as the ‘energetic bible story’ about Philip and the Ethiopian official, would need some working up of other ideas to compliment it if you wanted to use it for a whole Messy Church session.
As well as sports ideas there are also a good stock of healthy eating suggestions and a Messy day by day ‘Get Healthy’ programme with a month of healthy challenges. There are also outlines for four Messy Church talks on the themes of Excellence, Respect, Friendship and Everyone’s Valuable which are all on a sports theme.
The book also includes some games from around the world and some pointers about how to organise a sports trail, a water sports day or a Messy family Grand Prix. Again, the planning has not been done for you but there are some great ideas to enthuse and inspire. I particularly like some of the prayer ideas; Jesus prayer jogging and goal prayers!
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Details for Sports Fun for Messy Churches
|Page last updated||3rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lucy Moore|
|Publisher||BRF (November 2011)|
|Number of Pages||64|