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Gather input or post ideas, suggestions, thoughts on what has worked in your church for faith based family events.

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Comment by Joy Feemster on March 6, 2013 at 10:20am

Minute-to Win It game nights are fun, also Amazing Race parties.  these can be done with whole families participating.  Lots of ideas on Pinterest for these, as well as the websites for the tv shows.  A hands-on, more reflective idea for communication might be to have everyone in the family each make a little container from clay and paint them, then join those to a larger container big enough to hold pencils and slips of paper.  When it's dry, the idea is for everyone to write a positive note and leave it in someone else's container several times a week.  JOY

Comment by Dava Swafford on February 17, 2011 at 7:11pm
My husband and I are wanting to commit to family first this year. Does anyone have any suggestions on creative and cheap events?
Comment by Dava Swafford on January 21, 2010 at 10:37pm
WE are having our first family event in Feb. on communication. I would love to have some input on any games or object lessons on communication for the family. Something fun and gets them hyped up would be great or something that gets them to think about how they do communicate within the family and how it can affect our family life. Thanks, Dava
Comment by Tim Vance on December 22, 2009 at 5:40pm
We just held an all church 'family fun' night in City Museum, St. Louis. This is no ordinary museum, but a fun hands-on place with amazing interactive displays. Everyone had a blast, from the youngest children to even a few of our seniors. This was another community-building event that crossed generations successfully. I can't express how much fun it was to see older adults interacting in a fun environment with preschoolers and their parents!
Comment by Wes Holly on December 22, 2009 at 1:24pm
Here to help!
Hi! Just wanted to say that I am ready to help support your ministry with my magical variety show! (videos are viewable at www.wesholly.com)

The core of the show is that I incorporate the teaching points you are using with the children. This makes the show more of an educational tool for you to use.

I have performed for Children's Church sessions, in the main worship services, VBS, outreach events, revivals etc etc etc.

Please contact me with any ideas or questions. I look forward to assisting you in your ministry.

Wes Holly
wgholly@gmail.com
1-800-506-6244
Comment by Mary Rice Hopkins on September 6, 2009 at 8:42am
Family Life Concerts serve as an amazing outreach in touching and changing lives. For more information about scheduling one with me, call 818-790-5805 or visit www.MaryRiceHopkins.com.

Also want to make you aware of our new, award-winning TV series on TBN featuring faith-based family values. The program is called "Mary Rice Hopkins & Puppets with a Heart and deals with the tough issues kids and families are facing today. Program schedule on Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. (Pacific); 11:00 a.m. (Mountain); 12:00 a.m. (Central); 1:00 p.m. (Eastern).
Comment by Tim Vance on March 30, 2009 at 12:16pm
We had a church-wide scavenger hunt at the local Science Center (a hand's on museum that is FREE). Everyone had a blast, singles, families, seniors, teens -- everyone. The goal was to do something fun, building community, with an event for all ages - was great!
Comment by Dava Swafford on February 3, 2009 at 8:47pm
Our church burned 2 years ago and now we have remodeled the church and fixing to move back in in a few weeks. I really need some ideas for family night/events/games for families. I am wanting our family to reconnect together, as a whole and as individual families. Any ideas would be appreciated. How to begin the event? What to do? Activities?
Comment by Tammy Middleton on January 29, 2009 at 11:06pm
We have family movie nights about once per quarter. This past weekend we previewed the new Veggie Tale movie and made it a "sit in" movie where families brought lawn chairs and blankets to sit on. We poppd popcorn and had hot dogs and cotton candy. It is just a great time for families to come together and fellowship with one another and with other families.
Comment by Ann Johnson on January 12, 2009 at 6:15pm
I just started this group because I am needing some input and hope people join! I think getting families together helps increase community within the church as well as helps families to learn better at how to engage with their children spiritually.
 

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