How to have a captivated audience when telling the Bible story of Zacchaeus
As you know, the story of Zacchaeus (Luke 19: 1-10) is such a well known story, that it is sometimes hard to keep the children listen attentively, because they already know the story so well. But...
When you tell the story using the four Headless Cartoon silks, we will garantee you a captivated or at least very involved audience!
The use of Headless Cartoon silks within children's and youth ministry:
These beautiful silks, each with different characters depicted on them, but without their heads! This way, either you or your volunteers from the audience can hold up the silks and finish the pictures with their faces! Lots of fun for kids and adults, with audience participation and many comic possibilities. Includes four beautiful, 36-inch, 100% pure silks with routine ideas.
You can the Headless Cartoon silks for:
234 - Who is important in God’s eyes?
235 - Telling the Bible story of Zacchaeus
236 - The prodigal son’s dreams
237 - No popularity contest within God’s family
238 - No need for masks in God’s family
The four Headless Cartoon silks are no magic trick, although we use within Gospel Magic. You can make them appear from a large dove pan using flash paper.
(You can watch a demonstration video of the Headless Cartoon Silks combined with the dove pan and the flash paper here.)
Children's Sunday School, children's ministry, kids ministry, children's work, children's moment in church, Messy church, school assemblies, RE lessons, small churches , youth work, youth group. teenagers, preaching illustration, creative preaching
Below you can a video in which we demonstrate how you can use the Headless Cartoon silks combined with the Bible story of Zacchaeus.