"Jeff, I was simply talking about the "Lesson Time" segment. Here is an example of my typical order of service for Elementary age kidos. It covers 70 minutes and includes a 10 min countdown, games, worship, teaching and a small group…"
"I always try to do multiple segments, no longer than 3 minutes each; 1-2 min intro, 1-2 minute object lesson, 3 minute story (must be very engaging.), 3 min game either all play or stage game, 1-2 min wrap-up/life application, etc.
"Paulo, are you talking about the time for a children's moment during the regular morning worship service (like when the children come up front and sit on the steps?) Or a lesson time when the children are in their own environment? If you are…"
"That's a great piece of advice from your English teacher! Love it!
We don't have a set time for our children's sermon...we just make sure it is interactive, by using visual aids, or involve them in some way, like drama. We also…"
"I don't have a fixed time. A lot of it depends on the subject and the attention span of the audience. I follow the advice of my high school English teacher. When asked how long a paper should be, she said it should be like a…"
"I call it Life Application Time. This comes after the actual Bible lesson. I spend about 10-12 minutes. It has to be interactive for my kiddos to stay engaged and for them to walk away with a Truth from God's Word.
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