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A good Sunday School lesson makes people laugh
In a healthy class, much of this laughter will come
from the spontaneous outpouring of a group enjoying being together. It
never hurts, however, to look up a few funny stories to include in every
lesson. It is the rare
communicator who can connect with an audience without humor. I think
Andy Stanley said that.
My whole group burst out loud when my Sunday School teacher read this story yesterday:
God gives us material possessions so we will enjoy them, not so we will worship them. — 750 Engaging Illustrations.
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I’d encourage you to become a contributor. If you read from a Kindle or similar device, it is easy enough to copy and paste and add to the system. Imagine a world where thousands of Sunday School teachers are reading and copying and pasting illustrations to be used by other communicators. What a time to be alive!
Oh, once I contributed 40 illustrations they let me have the pro plan for free. They may do the same for you.
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