Posts Tagged "Giveaway"

What’s in the Bible? Curriculum – Your Chance to Win

Buck-DenverSeveral months ago, I reviewed the first DVD in the new series from Phil Vischer called What’s in the Bible?  You can check out that review here.  Over the last several months Amy Dolan and her team have been working tirelessly to develop a curriculum to go along with the wonderful videos.  The curriculum officially launches this week, and they have graciously offered to allow me to give you a free copy.  Here is how it works:

In celebration of the What’s in the Bible? Curriculum release, Buck Denver, MAN OF NEWS, wants to have his picture taken with You!

Download Buck’s Picture (click here to download the picture), and take a creative picture with you and Buck! You can take a black & white photo, or color in the photo, or show off your crafty skills and add buttons, feathers, and glitter! Buck would love that!  E-mail your pictures to me at wayne@kidmin1124.com or tweet the picture as explained below.   At the end of the contest, I’ll choose a winner based on the most creative photo and post it here on the blog (please note that submitting your picture to me will be deemed permission to post that picture here on this blog).

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And the Winner Is….

Y-MegaphonePreReleaseCoverThanks to all of you who entered the free giveaway for the Yancy CD/DVD Combo pack.  Thanks also to Yancy for giving it to me to give away in the first place.  I wish everyone could have won, I really do, but I fed all the names into Random.org, and the winner is….

COMMANDER BILL GUNTER

Commander Bill is on Twitter @CommanderBill.  He also has a wonderful Awana focused community website at http://www.commanderbill.net/.  If you are at all associated with Awana, you should check out Bill’s site.  Finally, Bill is a contributing author to Kidmin1124.com. Kidmin1124.com is actually a site which I am the editor of which features a collection of highly respected authors (present company excluded) who write about volunteer issues all from the perspective of volunteers and bi-vocational children’s ministers.  Of course, that made naming him the winner feel a little bit like picking your best friend first when picking teams on the playground Smile, but since it was based on a random list generator, I don’t feel quite so bad.

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Enter to Win a new CD/DVD Combo from Yancy

Y-MegaphonePreReleaseCoverNOTE: I am so excited about this new CD that I want everyone to win a copy!  Unfortunately, I only have one to give away (see below for how to enter).  But there are other opportunities to win as well.  Check these blogs out and enter to win there as well (I will continue to update this list as I hear about, and find, more giveaways – plus every time I update it it shows up on CMConnect as a new article. So, that’s an added bonus/issue I need to look into):

Unfortunately, you already missed out on your chance to win from Kenny Conley and Jonathan Cliff, so make sure not to miss out on the opportunities above.  We not return to you to your original article!

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GOD’S KIDS WORSHIP DVDs (A Dad in the Middle Review)

GodsKidsWorshipDVDs Earlier this summer on Dad in the Middle, I reviewed a series of CDs from God’s Kids Worship and gave away a set of the CDs to one lucky reader (GOD’S KIDS WORSHIP MODERN CD 3-PACK (A Dad in the Middle Review).  Since that time, I have had a chance to meet Bob Singleton (founder and president of God’s Kids Worship® at the CM Expo, and I am grateful that God’s Kids Worship® became the very first sponsor of Dad in the Middle.  In order to celebrate, I am giving away a set of DVDs from God’s Kids Worship this week – but more on that later.  First I want to tell you a little bit about the DVDs.  These DVDs contain 14 songs each and feature the music of God’s Kids Worship.  I wrote extensively about the music itself in my last review of the modern worship CDs, so I won’t reiterate all that here, but as I explained in my last review:

The songs are engaging and fun to listen to and make for a great worship experience.  They are also perfect for parents to listen to with their kids in the car or at home as both are sure to enjoy the music.

What I do want to tell you about is some of the awesome features included on the DVDs themselves.  For this review, I watch the 3 DVDs which are part of the June/July/August Modern Worship Summer DVD set.  Down to the packaging, which is pretty cool, the attention to detail on these DVDs is amazing.  Everything is designed to help you use the DVD’s in your children’s worship services as easily and effectively as possible.  Each DVD loads quickly as there are no FBI Warnings or company logos to wait through in order to get to the music you need.  This might not seem like a big deal until you are standing in front of 30 5 & 6 year olds waiting for you to get the DVD player working.  The songs can be selected individually, or you can choose from one of four ready-to-go worship sets (containing four songs each) on each DVD.

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