Free Family Ministry Content May 1-4 from D6

Free Family Ministry Content May 1-4 from D6

Free Family Ministry Content May 1-4 from D6


Incredible family ministry content you do not want to miss!

For four days only (May 1-4) D6 will be hosting video and audio of their main stage speakers from D6 Conference 2013.


Here are the speakers that you can watch and listen to for FREE:

  • Darrin Patrick
  • Lydia Randall
  • Rob Reinow
  • Les & Leslie Parrott
  • Dave Stone
  • Leneita Fix


  • Tim Kimmel
  • Walker Moore
  • John Trent
  • Diana Pendley
  • Tim Smith
  • Bob Davis

Jump online now and head to to learn, grow, and minister more effectively to your family and the families in your church.


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Ministry tech tools: Convert any format to any format

Ministry tech tools: Convert any format to any format


There is a new FREE web resource that will allow you to convert any format to any format. This a going to be a great ministry tech tool.

We use the Gospel Project for Kids on Sunday mornings. And we L-O-V-E it. One problem. We project our kids worship service using Proclaim, which is another great program. The issue we have is that Proclaim does not project pdf files, and the Gospel Project for Kids does not send jpg image files (only pdf). While I have been told from the Gospel Project editorial leadership that they will soon begin sending jpg images, it doesn’t help me a lot right now.

I have been using Zamzar to convert my files, but I have to go to email to get them and there is also a file limitation. A little more hassle than I want.

In comes CloudConvert. It converts over 140 different formats. Document, audio, video, presentation, ebook, and image format are completely covered. It is quick. It is easy. It is FREE.

You can download straight from the page, have a link sent to you, or even have the converted document sent directly to your Dropbox. Lots of helpful options!

Add CloudConvert to your list of free go-to tech resources for your ministry.

Tips for VBS

Tips for VBS

The Sunday School/Small Group Ministry of the Georgia Baptist Convention has released a new video offering tips for VBS.

Two of our own children’s ministry leaders are interviewed, Jenni Carter and Kim Harris.

Check it out here:


Here is the link: GBC Small Group

Free Presentation Videos and Images for Children’s Ministry

Exclusive kidmin resources

Now that you’ve got your free presentation software for Children’s Worship, you will need great, professional looking graphics and videos to display during your program. I’ve included links to a few FREE resources for your children’s ministry.

1. Graceway Media– Check out these great countdown clocks, video, and still images. Very professional. Very free. Sign up for a free account to begin downloading immediately.

2. FreePik – Great Photos and Photoshop files that you can use for backgrounds for your presentation material.

3. Muddy River Media – Video loops, countdown clocks, still images.

4. Church Media Design – Backgrounds, theme packs.

5. Creation Swap – Motions, slides, photos. Lot of great stuff. One of my favorites.


Do you have some favorites that aren’t listed here?

Free Presentation Software for Children’s Ministry

Image courtesy of renjith krishnan at

A great way to enhance your children’s worship or children’s church is by using a projector and presentation software. You can show lyrics to praise and worship songs. You can show promo videos for upcoming children’s ministry events. You can present hilarious videos that will give your kids belly aches from laughing so hard. Lots of options are on the table when you can get a projector, a computer, and a good presentation software.

Votive Praise has a listing of 12 FREE presentation software programs that are sure to help your budget. Check out the article for a full description of the programs, or you can just click on the links below to go to the programs.

1. Exposong

2. EasySlides

5. Songview
12. Asaph
*Children’s Ministry Network does not endorse any of the above programs.
Has anyone tried to use any of these programs? If so, let us know what you think in the comment section below.