Get 25% Off of the Top 10 Children's Ministry Resources from 2010

The most popular downloads from 2010

As 2010 came to a close, Children's ministry leaders found help through the downloadable resources available at But certain downloads rose to the top as odds-on favorites for those who minister to children. To ring in the New Year, we are offering each of our top selling downloads at 25% off through the end of January! Here then are our 10 most-downloaded resources from the past year:

1. How to Read the Bible
This lively and colorful curriculum teaches older preteens and junior high students the Bible's really big picture, offers them essential insights into the different genres that make up the Bible, and equips them with basic Bible study skills. Great for both Bible school and catechism classes.

2. Volunteer Development
Finding and keeping quality volunteers is a major challenge. This training tool shows how to find the right people for the right positions, how to motivate and train volunteers, how to encourage those who serve, and much more.

3. Kids and ...

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