DISNEY MAGIC in your Kid’s Ministry

I am a Disney fanatic. I love Disney and since moving to Southern California we bought season passes for my family for the Disneyland Resort and take advantage of having fun in the park almost on a weekly basis.

I’m captivated by their attention to detail, their excellence, their ability to tell a compelling story and their ability to capture our imaginations. Almost everything they do is top notch. I have written much about Disney and here is a small snapshot of how I feel kid’s ministry can benefit from Disney’s example. I use DISNEY MAGIC as an acronym to help me remember…

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Over the next few weeks, I’ll break down how we do our best and how you can do your best to bring some of that same “Disney magic” to your children’s ministry. And, if you’re too religious, don’t get caught up in the “magic” part. Obviously, we don’t really believe in magic

During this series, I would absolutely love to hear two things from you. What  “magical” moments have you experienced at a Disney park? How are you creating “magical” moments in your children’s ministry?


1 comment

  1. I, too, am a huge Disney fan, so you can imagine how excited I was to see this blog posts (and the others you’ve written about Disney Magic in children’s ministry). Thanks so much for taking on the task of sharing your ideas about incorporating Disney with kids’ ministry—I’m excited to read the rest of the series and to try out some of your suggestions!

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