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Voice Changer App

Creativity / Teaching Techniques //

This morning I was trying to think of a fun way for the kids at church to memorize a Bible verse.   I read in a book by Tina Houser called Hiding the Word in My Heart, to have the kids record themselves saying the verse.  I thought that was great idea.  Then I thought it would be even more fun if there was an app that could change their voice to sound different while they said the Bible verse.  So, I got out my iPhone and did a quick search of voice changer apps.  The first one I found was free and is so much fun!  It’s called Voice Changer Plus.  I had fun recording myself saying the Bible verse for the month of November (yes, I’m thinking ahead).

This app has many different voices that you could do:  robot, helium, underwater, turtle, in a crowd, applause, echo, and so many more.   My favorite one is Darth Vader.   You do have the ability to save them, but there are only about 5 voices that you can use if you want to save them.  In order to save your voice with the many other sounds, you must make a purchase, but I believe the highest one is only 99 cents.

I know that the kids at church will love saying their Bible verses using this cool voice changer app!  I believe it will help to make the verse stick in their minds, too.  I had to pass along my  new find and I hope you are able to use it in your ministry, too.

What is your favorite app to use with helping kids memorize Scripture?

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About the Author

Vanessa Myers has been in the ministry for 13 years serving in Youth Ministry & Children’s Ministry and currently serving as the Children’s Director at Dahlonega UMC. She has found that children’s ministry is her passion. She enjoys sharing the love of Jesus with all children, teaching the kids the Bible stories in fun and exciting ways, and planting seeds in the spiritual lives of these children. Vanessa has found another calling to be one of encouraging other Children’s Ministers and loves to write and share her experiences on her blog. Vanessa and her husband, Andrew, have 2 daughters and live in Dahlonega, GA. You can follow Vanessa on Twitter at: vtmyers0921.