Check out the new Spontaneous Nativity script–perfect for Christmas Eve, or the Sunday before or after Christmas!

A Spontaneous Nativity 2013 Luke and Matthew

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5 Responses to New! A Spontaneous Nativity (2013) Including Luke and Matthew!

  1. Lorna Pennycook says:

    Hi, our Sunday School performed your spontaneous nativity last week as part of our family service. The children and the congregation loved it – lots of mooing, baaing and angel wings from everyone! Thank you for making this available, we’ve had so many compliments 🙂

  2. Barbara Jean says:

    Mindi, I used your Spontaneous Nativity today, in place of my sermon. We have a very small congregation, so I was able to set it up so every person was able to participate. When they experienced BEING the Nativity, it gave a whole new dimension to their understanding of being members of the Body of Christ! I think it may have made a real difference in the way they experience Christmas this year. Thanks so much for your Rev-o-lution materials, and your faithfulness in their development and posting.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family,
    Rev. Barbara Jean (ANTS, 2010)

  3. Barbara Jean says:

    Mindi, I used your Spontaneous Nativity today, in place of my sermon. We have a very small congregation, so I was able to set it up so every person was able to participate. When they experienced BEING the Nativity, it gave a whole new dimension to their understanding of being members of the Body of Christ! I think it may have made a real difference in the way they experience Christmas this year. Thanks so much for your Rev-o-lution materials, and your faithfulness in their development and posting.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    • Rev. Mindi Rev. Mindi says:

      Thanks Barbara Jean!
      I also used it this morning with my congregation and gave everyone a part. I’m so glad my resources have been so useful for others!
      Blessings and Merry Christmas!
      Mindi

  4. Judy Gay says:

    Hi Mindy,
    I also used your Spontaneous Nativity in lieu of my sermon on Sunday. Because my congregation is small and for the most part elderly I assigned parts – somewhat randomly. I even had the “nativity mother” who added costumes as people came forward to act out their parts. I got great feedback even from the 80-year olds who were sheep, wiremen, etc.

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