Kids4MO

Kids4MO

There just are no words to describe the aftermath of the F5 tornado that went through Joplin, Missouri. Recently, just one month after the tornado hit, volunteers came together to share hope. Hope: believing something good can come out of something bad. Volunteers came from near and far to distribute the boxes of hope. Churches and individual families from many denominations, and from many states, heard and jumped in to participate in making this day happen! The event, called Party of Hope was... Read More
Video Cheat Sheet: Sept, Week 2, Large Group

Video Cheat Sheet: Sept, Week 2, Large Group

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a video worth? With the start of a new school year, we’re excited to debut a special kind of blog post to support the leaders who use our 252 Groups curriculum. We know there are definitely times when it’s hard to capture the detailed, step-by-step instructions and get ready for a Sunday. So we’re excited to release a “video cheat sheet” for the second week of September, during which we’ll be looking at the... Read More
What’s New: 252 Groups’ Parent Cue

What’s New: 252 Groups’ Parent Cue

Have you made your way to the September downloads containing the Parent Cue files? The files, along with the GodTime cards, are both in the 252 Home matrix as well as in the 252 Groups downloads (both Expanded and Compact). If you’ve been a past subscriber to 252, and wondering what the Parent Cue piece is, it’s simply the renamed and redesigned Fridge Door card. In this new Parent Cue, you’ll still get the Bible stories, memory verse, virtue and definition. You’ll also... Read More
You Asked: 252 Compact

You Asked: 252 Compact

We are thrilled that you guys are so excited about 252 Compact! Cara’s post introducing it received more comments and retweets than any prior post on this blog. Below is one of those comments, and we thought we should talk about this as a group, in case someone else was wondering the same thing. “I thought I heard/read somewhere that in the new compact version, that it was written so that one person could do it themselves. I opened up September’s and it still had an Assistant, Leader... Read More
Imagine the Impossible

Imagine the Impossible

When I first met Riley Biederer she was backstage at The Orange Conference and had just performed “Imagine the Impossible” in the opening session in front of 5,000 people. I was blown away by her performance. She had so much energy and her stage presence was captivating; everyone was out of their seats clapping and dancing along with her. When I first heard Riley’s recorded vocals on “Imagine the Impossible,” I couldn’t believe that she was only 15 years old. Riley is a typical freshmen in... Read More
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