Palm Sunday through Good Friday to Easter Day and beyond: what happened to Jesus? What does it all mean? What difference does it make?! How is it possible to have so much fun singing about Jesus?! 12 songs for kids that are fun, funky and unforgettable. Buy CD :: Album Download :: Sheet Music :: Listen NowClick to Read More »»
"Hush! There's a baby..." is one of our favourite Christmas songs, with huge YouTube popularity. You've come to the right place to find all the downloads - as well as more great Christmas Children's songs!
"He's Alive!" - the great new of the Resurrection. Getting ready for Easter? Here's an easy song that's great fun to sing, and with the great Bible truth of 1 Peter 1v3 ringing out loud and clear: "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he's given us new birth to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead!"
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What's Easter all about, why did it happen? So that we can be right with God - forgiven and made new. And it's all because of Jesus. in Peter's words: "All the prophets testify that everyone who trusts in Jesus receives forgiveness of sins in his name" - Brilliant! (and from Acts 10:43) That's what his death on the cross, and his resurrection are all about.
Looking for a children's bible song to sing at Sunday Club or in Church during Brexit-tide? It's that time of the year (or history) when people get really angry with each other and start saying and thinking all sorts of non Christ-like things. What we need is to remember the love of Christ that brings all people to himself, calling on us all to change our ways, trust in his saving death & resurrection, and start living for him!
The new Facebook "Reactions" make some great images to help explaining Good Friday to an all-age audience...
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