4 Features of the 4/14 Movement’s FREE Resource Library

4/14 Africa
2 min readNov 3, 2020

The 4/14 Movement in partnership with RightNow Media, just released a resource library that allows you to gain access to thousands of great videos for students, kids, families, parents, and more. The videos featured provide an opportunity to learn more about the history of the 4/14 movement, watch past conference and summit sessions that provide insight into where we have been and where we are going as we continue to reach, rescue, root, and release this emerging generation in Africa. In addition to 4/14 specific content, you will also gain access to over 25,000+ videos. Here are some of the features of the resource library curated just for you:

  1. Global Training Voices for Children’s Ministry

The library features global and diverse voices speaking into children’s ministry with videos specifically related to current topics and trends within ministry including Coronavirus Rules for Family Discipleship, Bringing Peace to Children’s Anxiety, Helping Children Cope With Trauma, Dealing with Technology as well as storytelling workshop.

2. Effective Ministry Models

The RightNow Media platform includes videos showcasing effective ministry models across Africa including Daystar Primary School and Solma in Uganda, Reaching a Generation, Ubabalo, Uxa Deo Tree in South Africa, FCS and Scripture Union in Nigeria, Kubamba and BlueSky in Kenya, and Foundations for Farming in Zimbabwe. Other ministry models featured include ministries in Albania, Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, Philippines, and Singapore.

3. Children, Youth & Family Ministry Training and Resources

Training videos available include Practical Steps to Disciple Your Children, Encouragement for Youth Workers, Special Needs Ministry, Identity and Social Media, and Leading Young People With Love. Complete video series for shows such as Superbook, What’s in the Bible, Mr. Phil Show are available for you to watch with the children you reach. The library also features resources for older children and youth helping them explore topics such as identity and worthiness, sex, pornography, emotional health, navigating their faith, and the search for meaning.

We’re driven by a clear purpose to nurture a child’s awareness of God in their developmental window between the ages of 4 and 14, and even up to age 18. We desire to steward the resources available to effectively pursue and fulfil this mission. Ready to sign up to gain FREE access to this library?

Sign up today!

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4/14 Africa

We are committed to reach, rescue, root, and release this emerging generation in Africa into the dream of God for their lives. info@414africa.com