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1 BIBLE PATCH SERIES BIBLE BASICS RP3

2 Type your questions here and click SEND at anytime throughout the presentation. Your questions will be addressed during the Q&A session at the end. Use these buttons to make adjustments Become familiar with your Control Panel PRESENTATION: BIBLE BASICS RP3

3 BIBLE PATCH SERIES BIBLE BASICS RP3

4 Presenter  Deb Hazlewood, Curriculum Development  Programs of Religious Activities with Youth

5 Outline  Background  Overall design  Requirements  Implementation  Future patches  Q&A

6 THE P.R.A.Y. PROGRAM REMAINS UNCHANGED  Core program:  God and Me (grades 1-3)  God and Family (grades 4-5)  God and Church (grades 6-8)  God and Life (grades 9-12)

7 THE P.R.A.Y. PROGRAM REMAINS UNCHANGED  Awards approved for wear on official uniforms  P.R.A.Y. keeps a national registry on P.R.A.Y. Award recipients

8 THE P.R.A.Y. PROGRAM REMAINS UNCHANGED  Eligibility Guidelines  Be in the correct grade  Have an original workbook  Do a final review with the pastor

9 What people love about the P.R.A.Y. Program  Bible-based curriculum  Combination of study/service  Family oriented  Outreach

10 What questions do we hear about the P.R.A.Y. program?  Paperwork is cumbersome  Grade requirements  Difficult for unchurched kids to succeed  Something to use in a retreat or weekend setting  Is there more?

11 YES! NEW PATCH SERIES: BIBLE BASICS RP3

12 Overall Design What we hope to accomplish  CONTINUE to build on our strengths  Bible emphasis  Combine study with service – put your faith into action  NEW features we want to introduce  “Relaxed”  Address the issues we have heard

13 Patch Series:  Paperwork - no paperwork required  Grade requirements – for all ages  Unchurched – Shorter, single focus curriculum  Retreat setting – perfect for a weekend format or campout  Is there more? New patches will be added every year

14 Program Design Bible Basics RP3 Bible literacy Know your Bible stories Strategies for study A tool for personal Bible study

15 RP3 Bible Basics Bible Basics RP3 Bible literacy Know your Bible stories Strategies for study A tool for personal Bible study

16 RP3  “Objects” in the Bible  3 stories in which that object appears  Include both Old and New Testament  Books, water, birds, etc. Bible Basics Bible Basics RP3 Bible literacy Know your Bible stories Strategies for study A tool for personal Bible study

17 RP3  “Objects” in the Bible  3 stories in which that object appears  Include both Old and New Testament  Books, water, birds, etc. Bible Basics Bible Basics RP3 Bible literacy Know your Bible stories Strategies for study A tool for personal Bible study R EAD – read the Bible P ICTURE - answer who/what/where/why questions P ONDER – ponder the meaning, how does it apply to me? P UT IT INTO ACTION – do something!

18 Program Overview  The Good book Story #1: A Lost Book Story #2: Get to Know the Bible Story #3: Training for Righteousness  Birds of the Air Story #1: God Sends Ravens to Care for Elijah Story #2: God Lifts Us Up on Eagle’s Wings Story #3: God Cares for Sparrows  Out of the Water Story #1: Baby Moses in the River Story #2: Naaman Washing in the River Story #3: Jesus Baptized in the River

19 LET’S TAKE A POLL  Indicate your experience with the P.R.A.Y. Religious Awards (God and Me, God and Family, God and Church, God and Life)  You may check more than one box.

20 Key ■ Younger children, older youth, adults ● Older youth, adults ▲Adults

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34  Use the patch as a visual reminder of the Bible stories. Use the patch to review important lessons!

35  On back of uniforms  Lanyards  Bible cover  Adults!

36 Implementation  Requires preparation  There’s no answer key  Opening activity, RP3 questions, closing prayer  Add your own ideas! (singing, bring props to act out story, consider your setting)  With younger children, encourage parents to participate  minutes  “Put It Into Action” – do something together (encourage another project at home)

37 Implementation  If you’re used to planning 4-6 weeks for God and Me, God and Family – continue that format and do 2 patches (6 Bible stories)  Special emphasis one month – read a story a week, and then present patches the 4 th week  Weekend campout – read a story Friday, Saturday and Sunday; present the patch

38 Implementation  Outreach emphasis  Supplement your Sunday school programs or children’s or youth ministry programs  Use patches to help connect your congregation with the different “outside” groups meeting in your church  Family ministry and mentoring opportunities

39 Implementation  Challenge older youth to lead the Bible lessons  “Relaxed” series – there isn’t a “right” way to do the patch; engaging young people and families in scripture is our goal  Rotation of patches and P.R.A.Y. Awards; rotation of new patches and old patches

40 Future Patches  The series will keep on growing  Will announce new patches – hope to post grid online  Sample patches: rocks, fish, trees, sheep, storms, and more!

41 Patch Sponsors  Looking for Sponsors Who Want to: -Share their love of the Bible, reach out to children, youth, families, Sunday school classes, and Scout groups, and support the P.R.A.Y. ministry -Make a donation of $1,000 (helps provide for curriculum development, proofing and editing, layout and design, startup inventory, and other costs associated with creating a patch) -Allow their name/group name to appear on the patch handout so that future users will know of the grassroots support for this Bible project

42 Sponsorships  Sponsors may be an individual or a group (i.e. a family, scout troop, church, youth group, etc.). The name of the individual or group will be printed on the patch handout. Sponsors will also be acknowledged in the P.R.A.Y. Annual Report.  If you are interested in sponsoring a patch, please contact the P.R.A.Y. office at

43 Help spread the word  Share information with your congregation, scouting groups  “Like” and “share” the patches on Facebook  Flyer  Poster (11x17)  Sample newsletter article  Submit your feedback!

44 PRAYPUB.ORG/BIBLEBASICS  Updates, new patches, webinar recordings, ideas submitted by people who have used the patches, how to sponsor a patch, how to submit feedback … EVERYTHING to do with Bible patches will be posted here:

45 P.R.A.Y. Awards Series Puzzle Patches DTG Promotion Patch Earn one segment a year Bible Basics RP3

46 Q&A

47 SUMMARY: What Bible Patches are NOT  NOT part of the P.R.A.Y. “award” series  The patches are a separate program  Do NOT require paperwork  Patches can be ordered in advance  Do NOT require a workbook  Patches requirements can be printed for free  Do NOT require clergy review/signature  Perfect for families, for grandparents, camp  [Do NOT qualify for square knot]  Patches are “participation” patches

48 What Bible Patches Do:  Get kids reading the Bible!  Fill in the age gaps  Bring unchurched kids up-to-speed (generate success and excitement for advancing to the P.R.A.Y. Awards)  Provide a resource for camp or weekend setting  Provide a simple tool for personal Bible reading and study

49 Thank you!  Deb Hazlewood    Please give us your feedback on this webinar. We have a survey with only 2 questions. Thank you for your time!


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