Worshiphouse Kids: a clearing house of kidmin media

Posted on 06. Jan, 2010 by in Resources, Technology, Uncategorized

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I ran into this resource a few weeks ago. Worship House Kids is a one stop shop of great media for Children’s Ministry. Worship House Media (the parent company) has been providing great video content for churches for some time, but now there’s a home for content geared for kids. As far as I can tell, Worship House isn’t a developer of content, just the aggragator of content. Several studios like Timbuktoons, Jelly Telly, Salthy Graphics Studios and others are pumping their content through the site. I’m a little bummed I didn’t jump on this earlier, they have some great content for Christmas. Maybe next year.

Check out some of the examples:

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4 Responses to “Worshiphouse Kids: a clearing house of kidmin media”

  1. Corey

    06. Jan, 2010

    the last video reminds me of one of the greatest movies of our time…Nacho Libre!

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    • Kenny

      06. Jan, 2010

      Although I thoroughly enjoyed Nacho Libre, I’d have to argue with your claim of “one of the greatest movies of our time.”

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  2. Henry Zonio

    06. Jan, 2010

    This is a great resource… our worship pastor told me about it a while back
    .-= Henry Zonio´s last blog ..Staying Dynamic in Children’s Ministry – #6 When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Grape Juice! =-.

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  3. Cathy Heitzenrater

    07. Jan, 2010

    Thanks for sharing this Kenny – it’s a new site for me and seems like a great tool for ministry!

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