Children's Ministry, Family Ministry
New Simple, Flexible Children’s Curriculum for Complex Times
August 3, 2020
Updated July 13, 2021
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Introducing DWELL Flex
Dwell Flex is a new edition of Dwell, built specifically for the challenges and changes many churches are navigating through right now. We’ve tailor-made 36 new Dwell sessions for use in a variety of situations and across multiple age groups to help make things a little easier.
Dwell Flex is...flexible!
These are simple, single-page Dwell lesson plans that require no other materials and work within a wide range of ages and contexts, including:
These adaptable, stand-alone sessions allow a Children’s ministry to pivot and meet the diverse needs of their current church setting.
Each Flex session includes four steps—Breathe, Tell and Wonder, Pray, and Respond—providing a simple framework for anyone to lead with little advanced preparation. Built on the convenient DWELL Digital platform, these downloadable, printable files can be shared electronically with anyone, and viewed from any kind of device.
Currently, 36 sessions from the New Testament have been released and can be viewed on Dwell Digital. There are another 36 sessions from the Old Testament (Flex Year 2) that will be released by September 2021. There is a logical progression to the Flex sessions, but every lesson stands alone so you can move through them in whatever order works best for your situation. You’re not locked into a scheduled sequence.
Check out a Dwell Flex sample here!
Dwell Flex is included at no extra cost to churches with an existing subscription to Dwell Digital. And thanks to ministry shares, CRCs can sign up for Digital (and Flex) for free. More information about this exciting new resource can be found on the Flex introduction web page.
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