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Editor's note: This is very well-written and explores an aspect of the Passion Week that I've never considered. Add in the fun games and visual ideas, and this is probably one of the best resources I've edited.

The idea of the Festive Fanny Pack series is to make holiday lessons tangible. Our students often glaze over when hearing us teach variations on the same seasonal lessons in youth group. This resource is designed to combat that by using tangible props to represent pieces of each lesson. The schtick is that you wear a fun fanny pack while teaching and the props for each lesson are hidden inside of it until you get to that segment in the message.

The message included focuses on Jesus being anointed with perfume on the Wednesday of Holy Week.

This resource has everything you need for a complete night of Easter programming.

This Resource Includes:
•Complete message manuscript
•Small Group Guide
•Extensive graphics
•Themed Slide-Driven Game
•Themed Interactive Stage Game

Note from the Author

This product can be used without involving the fanny pack element and there are bonus slides included if you are using the lesson without it. However, don't let fear keep you from doing something different. Think outside of the box in your teaching methods!

Festive Fanny Pack: Easter Edition

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Pull out your coolest fanny pack and make your Easter message interactive with this complete night of programming!
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Allison Williams

Allison was in full-time ministry for 14 years, crib-to-college. She loved the pastoral care aspect of ministry and seeks out ways to shepherd and encourage students and youth workers. In her free time, Allison loved reading, taking barre classes, and cooking. Her resources now contribute to a Women-in-Ministry Scholarship Fund. Find her on twitter: @allisoneliza

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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.

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