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12 Great New Songs that Children Love! The whole Christmas Story is covered - from Mary hearing she's having a baby, through to the Wise Men bowing down to worship Jesus. On the way there's Joseph's acceptance, lots of Angels, some Shepherds running like mad, and Jesus in that manger - shhh!
Tracks include: "Hush! There's a baby!", "Let's Go, Let's Go (Shepherds Song)", "Glory to God in the Highest" and many more.Continued - Read More »»
Resources for this idea are available here: Crib Service Package with Powerpoint
… is a simple service, close to Christmas Day, for small children and their families / carers.
Parents / carers can bring their little children without fear that any noise they might make will upset anyone – because we know that they'll wriggle, sniffle, laugh and maybe even cry, and we'll enjoy it!
It is a short, noisy, fun service, that engages the children by looking at and thinking about the characters in a Christmas Nativity scene.
We mix in Bible readings and a couple of traditional carols to help the grown-ups hear about Jesus and sing his praise.Continued - Read More »»
This has been my major project for the Autumn. All 12 tracks of the "Jump with Joy! Christmas Compilation" CD have been lovingly re-worked. Some were remixed, some completely re-recorded. Then I sent them all off to a Mastering Studio to get them to work their magic. It took months - I started back in April, and finished with a big push at the beginning of this month (October).
Now it's all done, you can get the new "Jump with Joy! Christmas Compilation" in all sorts of ways:
The YouTube Hit "Hush! There's a baby..."
is also available on iTunes,
in its new re-mixed and re-mastered 2013 version!
Get some CDs so that you can sing along wherever you are,
and enjoy praising Jesus and remembering how great he is in that familiar foot-stomping way!
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