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PLEASE COPY: Our only copy-right policy is generosity

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Ministry-To-Children is among the largest libraries of free children’s ministry curriculum (something like 4000 resources). But you will find our content on thousands of other websites, blogs, and social media accounts.

Here’s why:

Everything on this website is 100% free to download, copy, share, upload elsewhere, and share again! Scroll down to see FAQ about this policy and examples of how ministries are using our materials.


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Generosity = our copy-right policy

“Freely you have received; freely give.” Matthew 10:8b


FYI: We have always had a "PLEASE COPY" our resources policy. No permission needed. Just give Jesus honor. I've had a…

Posted by Ministry-To-Children.com on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Examples of Appropriate Use

  • Sunday School teachers can download, copy, and print anything they need from our website.
  • Churches can download our coloring pages in PDF format to email to their families.
  • Bloggers can re-shares our lessons on their page with a credit link back.
  • Christian publisher includes our material as a “free add-on” to their materials.
  • Church denomination can upload and re-share articles from our website on their website too.
  • Social media users can share our PDF pages directly.
  • Christmas plays never need permission to use our free scripts.
  • People can even charge for copy cost if they are printing this materials (in a non-profit motive).

What’s NOT Allowed

  • For-profit companies / individuals trying to sell our free content.
  • SPAM bots that copy our pictures and remove the illustrators name.

Frequently Asked Questions

15 thoughts on “PLEASE COPY: Our only copy-right policy is generosity”

  1. May I use the object lessons or any of the lessons in a pre-recorded video of me teaching & share it on YouTube and Facebook?

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  2. peace, I am in Brazil, am I allowed to translate and print and charge a fee for copies? I am currently unemployed. A symbolic value

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  3. Thanks for a great resource. I’d like to clearly ask so I know I am permitted. I work in Thailand. Your lesson downloads are pdf but I want the html. I want to put notes in Thai to help Thais teach this. Wish my Thai was good enough to totally translate, but it is still not. I can easily type in thai in html by adding my mrmcgoo.css file (Im in my 60s -if you know who mr. mcgoo is you understand).
    I have been developing for over 20 years a free bible note system that is translates into any html supported language with search and replace (GUI uses html 5 css 3) I continually add permitted – free resources into this. I’d like to add what I use to teach from your website. The resource is free, I never ask for donations like you. Children’s resources are few here – but some folks are beginning to develop materials.
    Would that be acceptable to you?

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  4. Thank you so much for your inspired lessons and resources to help our children grow in the Lord! I have used them often during the years in the classroom but I would love to offer them now as we try to reach our youth virtually. Offering them free is such a help for our small Christian ministry.
    Do I understand right that I can use your lessons and their resources in our Church’s Facebook live and on our internet site for a children’s class as long as I give Ministry-To-Children.com credit during the session? Thank you, Barbara Trogdon with Community Holiness Chapel, Lesage WV.

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    • Yes absolutely – any of our lessons or teaching ideas can be used anywhere for ministry with full permission and blessing!

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  5. Just reading through some of your material and your permission to use in online services. I pray Gods blessing on this ministry. Thank you so much.

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  6. Good day! Thank you for sharing this. I was blessed reading this. This is a great help for me in the Sunday school and in the School for teaching God’s word. May God bless you more and more.

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  7. I am currently writing 1st-2nd Grade Bible Study curriculum and will be working with a publisher to publish my curriculum for sale. I am interested in using the 5 Finger Prayer guide within one of the lessons of my curriculum and want to ensure that appropriate permission has been obtained. It is my intent to use my own artwork but would be using the same verbiage for each finger as you provide on your site. Can you advise as to the proper source for that guide and authorize its use for the purpose described above? Your response is greatly appreciated.

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    • Absolutely – you have our full permission, but I’m not sure anyone could copyright a prayer. God bless you in your efforts.

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