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March 29, 2007


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Brad Martin

I'm a new church planter, and I've been researching this as well. I've got a copy of Elevate. I Like It. I think that is what we are going to use for our kids as well. Let me know what you think!

Mitch Corn

Hey Michael, I am the Elementary Pastor at Fellowship and part of the leadership team that develops Elevate. We use Elevate here at Fellowship and at all of our satellite campuses. One of the most excitinmg things we've seen is that every campus has the same quality as our main campus, and every campus is growing in kids, volunteers and salvation decisions. We are getting really great response from other churches who are using Elevate as well. Look forward to talking with you more indepth. Mitch


Email Preston. We are switching to Elevate on Easter Sunday. He has looked at both and can tell you the difference between the two from our stand point.


Came across your post as I am in the same boat. We've been using KIDMO for 6 months now. I have been thinking about the switch to Elevate also. What did you find out and decide to do?


KIDMO's been great! The kids love it...even the 5th grade boys. BTW, your price on it is wrong (or else it changed I think). It is only $149 per 5 week series.

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