Do you know of websites that would interest children or adults that we could add to a church library webpage?
September 23, 2010
Updated November 22, 2011
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We are almost ready to put our church's library online. I would like to have links to interesting websites for both children and adults.
For the adult section I am looking for links to Bible helps or study, further Christian learning, virtual tours of Christian places in the world, Christian art, or basically anything that CRC users might find interesting
For the children I would like links to Christian games or fun activities. My dearest wish is for the Banner to put their children's page online. What a resource that would be!!
Please send me your ideas or comments.
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Have you visited the Kid's Corner website from Back to God Ministries International? It's a wonderful kid's website that is part of their English global media ministry. Kids can listen to radio programing, meeting the characters, and download activities and puzzels. It would be a great addition to your online library. Here's the link: http://kidscorner.net/
Thanks, Jolanda, That looks like a great site!!
Marlene's wish that The Banner put their children's page online is already fulfilled in part. The text is available at www.thebanner.org along with all the other editorial content in that issue. You can also access back issues there as well.
Unfortunately we can't inlude pics or art at this point, because of copyright rules. We're looking into it as we contemplate expanding our website. Stay tuned.
Bob DeMoor, editor
Hi ... what about Focus on the Family's site Plugged In? We have used it for years as a wonderful source for movies as a family. Even though our kids are all in their 20s we still use it. It reviews movies and to a lesser extent tv programmes and music from a Christian perspective.
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