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The Facebook page for the child-friendly version of The Brick Bible. Updates about the project are posted here. It has 908 likes and is currently active with a post every couple of months.
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The child-friendly version of The Brick Bible. The website redirects the user to buy the picture books of some “cherished Bible stories.”
Screen Shot 2016-11-30 at 2.34.31 PM.png is the umbrella site for It is powered by a publishing company called Group Publishing. The site features information about training and events as well as other resources and curriculum.
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@SimplyYouthMinistry seems to share the same things the Facebook page does, but has considerably less engagement and fewer followers (3,166).
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The Facebook page is titled “Simply Youth Ministry”, and links directly back to the Group Publishing Family. 33,686 people like this page. The content offers tips in the realm of Youth Ministry, as well as collects donations and gives away…
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@YouthMinistry shares primarily blog posts and content off, but also puts heavy emphasis on advertising apps and giving away “freebies”. The account has 16,128 followers, and has “everywhere” set as its home location.
Screen Shot 2016-11-30 at 2.26.12 PM.png’s slogan is “everything in youth ministry starts here”, and I’d say that is a thoroughly accurate introduction. The site features everything from news to blog posts, as well as discussion starters and tips for participating…
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