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If you’ve ever watched any late-night shows, like Letterman, you know that Top 10 Lists can be a really funny and simple way to transition between things and grab an audience’s attention. For youth groups, they can definitely serve that purpose. If done right, Top 10 Lists can also be a great way to call out kids and leaders in the group, making them feel appreciated. They're also great at stirring up subplots and building inside jokes! In this screen-driven resource you'll find not just 10 but 11 of the best signs that someone’s mother is a secret agent. These are sure to make your kids laugh. The eleventh one is a bonus.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint presentation file
• Blank background slides if you want to be creative and make your own Top 10 List. (jpeg files)
• Tips for getting the most out of presenting your top ten list (Word file)

Note from the Author

• Top Ten Lists are all about delivery, so while it might seem silly, I recommend actually practicing saying the list out loud a few times. • Have a kid or leader or a MOM in your group that’s really funny? Consider having them dress up as a secret agent and read the list instead. • Got a drummer? Have them do a drum roll between each one. Or play some secret agent music in the background.

Top Ten Signs Your Mother is a Secret Agent

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What student has never suspected that their mom might be a secret agent? A funny top 10 list will help you uncover the truth!
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John Cleveland

I've been a youth leader / pastor for 10+ years now, and am currently enrolled at Knox Seminary. I can't think of a ministry more challenging, rewarding and sanctifying than preaching to teens. I'm married to Sara and we have a fish named Captain Redbeard (no relation).

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