KidMin March Madness Highlights


BasketballEverywhere I turn, I keep hearing about how March
Madness is here and how everyone’s bracket is busted. Even on
television, all I see are the highlights from the games. That got
me thinking, what if there were brackets and highlights for
children’s ministry? Let’s give it a shot…

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We’ll kick off our highlights in the Snacks
bracket, where things were off to a sloppy start…

The coach loves getting all the members of the team involved
when it comes to snack time, but this player missed his shot.


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And talk about missing the shot…the kid just can’t get the snack
in the hole.

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Moving to the Kids’ Choir bracket, we hit high
notes and low notes.

Don’t you just love it when kids get into the music?


But unfortunately, some got distracted when the instruments came


And now a look at the Volunteer Training

This volunteer is really trying to shake things up, but his
technique leaves the kid seeing circles.

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And never trust anyone just because they say they’re good with


Finally, we move to Outside Play.

We take a look at two kids blowing dandelions. First up, this
player is having a hard time getting the wind power going.


But when all else fails, it’s time to shake up the play book!

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What do you think a March Madness bracket would look like for your
children’s ministry? Let us know using the comment section

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About Author

David Jennings

David has served kids around the world for the majority of his life. From Texas to Romania, he has followed where God has led him. Most recently, he served for six years as a children's director in the great state of Alabama before moving to Colorado to work for Group as an associate editor.

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