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This message/small group/screen game focuses on Mark 2:1-12, Jesus Forgives and Heals a Paralyzed Man. The message stresses the importance of doing small thing for others that point them to Jesus. It makes the point “We can’t all do something BIG to change the world, but we can all do something SMALL to change someone’s world.”

This resource includes:
• A complete message manuscript (2300+ words) (Word file)
• A small group leader guide (Word file)
• A complete screen game called “Small(ish)” (PowerPoint file and alternative Keynote file)
• Overview document (pdf file)
• Comprehensive graphics package (jpeg files)
• Stage design ideas (See overview pdf file)
• Social media integration plan (See overview pdf file)
• Pre & post service music playlist (See overview pdf file)
• A worship set (See overview pdf file)
• A unicorn

Think Smaller

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A complete night of programming from Mark 2:1-12 that helps students understand that they don’t have to do something big to change the world.
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Regular Price: $6.25

Special Price $4.69


My friend Tim and I use DYM as an excuse to hang out during office hours and to fund our families' Disney addictions. My wife and I have 4 boys. No, we are not trying for a little girl.

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Great message on serving others.
As always, this resource from Andrew and Timothy was a huge win for us. The message, game, and small group guide were all very solid. This resource helped us launch a service initiative where we challenged our students to think smaller and look for practical ways to serve in the community. Thanks guys!
Great one off message
I used this material on a recent youth trip for an evening Bible study time. It was great message that focuses on us doing the small things to change the world. Investing in those around us.

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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!