Children's Ministry
Adding Drama to Children's Ministry
Store Code: CM49
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Scriptwriting has become more and more popular as churches desire to mold programming to fit their particular audience and situation. This download will give you the basic information you need to help you begin to write more effective scripts.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Getting Started
Take a look at the basics of scriptwriting.

Key Ingredients, Part 1: Conflict
Discover what makes a script dramatic.

Key Ingredients, Part 2: Humor, Emotion, and Suspense
Keep the audience interested.

Follow the Instructions
Learn what to do and what not to do.

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Topics:Children, Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Drama, Sunday school, Volunteer training
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Drama, Volunteer
References:Genesis 17:17, Proverbs 4:13, Genesis 37:26-28
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david jeba

August 04, 2011  3:13am

Hi! its good to see, how God's ministry were going on in a marvellous ways. i am doing my Bachler of Divinity, meanwhile i am doing the ministry among the children iam very interest on doing the use of visual aids to tell the stories like pictures, magics, puppets. so if u give any guidelines it will be greatful to me.....

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