This song has got a great message for "Back to School 2020" - it may all be very different this year, but Jesus is there - solid as a rock, faithful, unchanging. Hebrews 13:8 tells us "Jesus is the same, yesterday, today, and forever" - and that's what this Sunday School children's Bible song is based on.
The new video has the lyrics and music so you can sing along - why not use it in your Kids' Club video for Sunday? (Just drop me a line for permission to reproduce it.) Download it here
"Jesus, you didn't make my sandwiches!" - it's true, but everything we eat comes from his creating power!
It's a while off, but you're planning ahead - good idea! Well, you've come to the right place! This is the home of "Hush, there's a baby" and many other great songs. We have songs about Angels ("I'm an angel - ooh!"), Shepherds ("Let's go, let's go..."), Joseph ("Joseph call him Jesus"), Mary ("It's a boy!"), Wise Men ("King Seekers"), Presents ("Presents") and many more.They work really well for Christmas Presentations and Pageants, or kids' praise and worship in Church. There are videos, backing tracks, sheet music and even CDs. For some inspiration, click here to listen to the Christmas songs on the jukebox, and click here for the Christmas section in the download / CD store.
This is perfect for a Pentecost Service, or your online Kids Club. I've done a new Acoustic version with Actions (Motions) - it's on YouTube:
It's based on Galatians 5:22-23, where Paul describes the impact that the Holy Spirit has on a believer's life - the fruit of the Spirit. Great fun for children to sing in your praise and worship times, and solid Bible stuff so you won't go astray!
Forty days after his resurrection, Jesus returned to heaven to be enthroned at the right hand of his Father, and to leave his disciples with the job of making him known to the world. Here are some song ideas:
Jesus is our King - he's enthroned in heaven as King of Kings
Jesus Doesn't Change - Yesterday, Today and Forever - particularly helpful during CoronaTide
Go Let's Go Round the Mediterranean - the mission of the church seen in Paul's life - making Jesus known
Pentecost is such an exciting day! This year (2020) it's on Sunday 31st May.
Peter, who had turned to jelly at Jesus' arrest, is bold and clear as he speaks about Jesus as Lord and Christ. The Apostles begin their mission, to be Jesus' witnesses to the ends of the earth, by speaking to the foreign visitors in Jerusalem in their own languages - brilliant! And it's all the work of God the Holy Spirit, come to equip his people for proclaiming Jesus.
Sing about Peter and his transformation:Click to Read More »»