Here we go with another issue of Spill the Beans from the team covering the summer months. We are diving into the Old Testament texts for this season and following the story of King David from a young shepherd boy through the ups and downs of his life through to Solomon taking over the crown. This issue covers from Trinity Sunday to Pentecost 13 (30 May to 22 August 2021). Based on the Revised Common Lectionary texts, we are continuing to provide a rich variety of resources and continue to be mindful that many of us may have a mixed economy of worship and age group activities, some in person and others online.
Created by folks here in Scotland, this issue has lots of ideas and resources for you to inspire, adapt, use in leading worship or for age groups in Junior Churches and youth groups. If you have not used Spill the Beans before then please have a look at this sample.
If you'd like to download a full copy of Issue 39 for use in your church or personally, then click the 'Buy Now' button below. The cost is only £12 (GBP). You can make a secure payment via PayPal and then an email with secure link to the download should wing its way to you. Please note that you can only download the file using this link three times, so please make sure you save the file to your computer as soon as you have downloaded it. We recommend first downloading to a laptop or desktop computer before moving to phone/tablet.
Please follow the instructions carefully. The pdf file is approximately 7 MB so it may take a little time to download. Please be patient as your computer does so!
You can also get involved in feedback and discussion on the Spill the Beans website, where we try to put up weekly PowerPoint backgrounds too. There is also a facebook page in which we share ideas and we have introduced a new facebook group which you can link to from the facebook page and which we hope will provide a place of mutual support, ideas and encouragement as we trek together through this new adventure.
The office in which the printed copies are made is currently still closed due to the pandemic so we cannot provide any printed copies of this issue. Our apologies for that inconvenience.