Palm Sunday through Good Friday to Easter Day and beyond: what happened to Jesus? What does it all mean? What difference does it make?! How is it possible to have so much fun singing about Jesus?! 12 songs for kids that are fun, funky and unforgettable. Buy CD :: Album Download :: Sheet Music :: Listen NowClick to Read More »»
Looking for Kids' Bible Songs to sing for Easter? Here's a great suggestion: "Good Friday" is an catchy and easy song, going through the main events of Good Friday - a Bad, Sad, and Mad day, but in the end, a great day!
Click here to hear it on the Jukebox :: Click here to download "Good Friday" MP3 or PDF from the Store :: Click here for the Easter CD :: Watch the "Good Friday" YouTube Video :: Download the Video (without the advert)
What's going on at Easter? Why did Jesus have to die?
These are the kind of questions Children want to know, and Sunday School teachers want to help them with!
God explains it all through the Old Testament, and one very special place is in Isaiah, chapter 53, verse 6: "We all, like sheep, have gone astray; we've turned, each one, to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all"
But what is "iniquity"? And who is "Him"? This song explains!
Have a listen on the Jukebox - Get "53v6" on the Easter CD - Download the Sheet Music & MP3s - Watch the YouTube Video
As well as being the title of the Easter CD, "We Sing Hosanna!" is a fun new Children's song about Palm Sunday.
As Jesus heads into Jerusalem on a donkey, lots of people have something to say about him, but do they understand who he really is? We know He's the King of Kings, so we sing Hosanna!
Looking for something special? Come with us on a journey through the Bible, singing about Jesus, the King of Kings!
The King Seekers Audio CD has 15 great songs, taking you from Creation to New Creation, and including "Do ya know the Bible?", "God has a plan", "Fifty Three verse Six" and many more great sing-along songs that kids love.Click to Read More »»
There are some new words to "Hush! There's a Baby..."! Loads of people love the song, but some would rather not say "shut" and "up" in the same breath, so there are new words so that you don't have to! HOORAY!
"There's a danger - that we'll wake this sleepy boy, he's such good news we jump with joy!" is the new couplet. I hope you like it, and that you can use it. In particular, it preserves the whole meaning of the song, which is that on the one hand you want to be quiet, because here's a sleeping baby, but on the other hand you want to jump around and make loads of noise because he's so brilliant. So brilliant that you just can't
shut up! Oops!