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Thank you, Seacoast Church for partnering with us to get the Bible App for Kids into the hands of millions of children around the world. Thanks to your sponsorship of “The First Sin,” the story of humanity's fall in the Garden of Eden is included on the app with beautiful animations, art, and voicing. Children and youth are experiencing this story in a whole new way. We would like to help your congregation celebrate their unique part in the story with these free resources. The Bible App for Kids, developed in partnership with YouVersion, has been downloaded more than 2 million times in countries around the world since its release Thanksgiving Day, 2013. A digital Bible for a digital generation, the app helps kids everywhere experience the story like never before. Touch-activated animations, games and activities keep them coming back to the app day after day to engage with the Bible content. With more stories planned for future release and translation to other languages already underway, the app is poised to bring the Word of God to millions more children worldwide. To help your congregation celebrate the launch of your story, we have formatted key images from your story into announcement slides. Use any of these images in Pro Presenter to put your story on the big screen. Business-sized download cards are available to help you promote the Bible App for Kids among your congregation. We would be happy to mail you as many of these cards as you would like. Please contact us with a quantity and date needed by. Download the art from your specific story "The First Sin." The Bible App for Kids is helping entire families experience the story. We’ve developed resource guides specifically to help parents engage their children with Bible content, using the app as a starting point. Additional activities, verses and engagement questions will keep the conversation going. Even coloring pages help children continue to experience the story while technology is turned off.