The constant onslaught of Christmas advertising from October onwards can start to wear a little thin as we enter December. Something inside us knows that however lovely the advert featuring
Accompanied by an indie-folk version of ‘In the bleak midwinter’, the traditional tale of the nativity is shown juxtaposed against the urban background of South-East London. All Saints Peckham, a
A brilliant child-friendly way of exploring the nativity through the eyes of a mystery-solving mouse, as he discovers more about the birth of Jesus, finding that Jesus really is Emmanuel, Rescuer
Spoken Truth and the Bible Society have partnered together to tell the story of Mary’s journey to motherhood in a 21st century setting. Mary’s Song is a spoken word poem and
News from around the world of youth ministry and church: Baby Jesus stolen from St Annes Square nativity scene: Baby Jesus has been stolen from his manger in a town centre
Carrying on the series of great Christmas video clips is the Bethlehemiam Rhapsody – old school but great:
Miriam Swaffield wrote these spoken word videos about the shepherds, the wise men and baby Jesus. They are brilliant, we’ve used them with our 11-14 year olds who’ve loved them.
The funny things children say at Christmas according to the Daily Mail What gifts did the three wise men bring? Rebecca, 5, Merchant Taylors: “They brought Jesus gold and myrrh but
Sorry but I just had to post this!
Dai Woolridge has produced some brilliant spoken word videos – Joseph Speaks is a great one to use with your church or youth group for Christmas:
Here’s some of my favourite Christmas and Christingle talks I have done over the years: School Christingle service: the story of the Christingle. Christmas talk: Chocolate Brussels Sprouts: this is
I love the work of Koko, and this video is well worth showing to the youth group: