Kids in Motion Giveaway: Just Jake by Jake Marcionette


UPDATE: Contest ended. Congratulations to Debbie Rowley from Calvary Church of Santa Ana, California!

Author Jake Marcionette is one of the Kids in Motion mentioned in Children’s Ministry Magazine’s May/June 2015 issue. At age 12, he wrote his fictional New York Times Bestseller, Just Jake, about a new kid in town who does his best to avoid a bully. With a FREE COPY of Just Jake! To enter the giveaway*, just answer the following question in the comments section below:

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Question: What does your Children’s Ministry do to make a difference?

Don’t forget to check out the details on Jake Marcionette’s second book in his series, Just Jake: Dog Eat Dog.

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Kids in Motion Giveaway: Just Jake by Jake Marcionette
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  1. In regard to the question, we change families. We are teaching the kids, and their families, to make a difference outside of the church.

  2. We are exposing kids to needs beyond themselves. Through last year’s VBS, they learned about children who are orphaned in Moldova, raised money for furniture for nurturing group homes for some of these children, and decorated squares which women sewed into colorful quilts that were given to these children in Moldova. At his birthday in March, a first-grade boy asked friends and families to give shirts to some of the Moldovan boys instead of giving him gifts. A missions team took all of these items to Moldova this April.

  3. When we started our FaithWeaverFriends ministry last Fall, we challenged our kids to use their weekly project time to make something for others, instead of themselves. During each “semester” of FWF, our kids made gifts, encouraging notes, and practical projects to help our local Women’s Care Center, and they also spent 8 weeks making items for Operation Christmas Child boxes. During the few weeks that we planned projects for them to bring home, they WANTED to continue making things for the OCC boxes! Talk about making your Director cry!

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