Do you love science experiments? Everything from “mix these two things and watch what happens” all the way up to “this will likely explode and could cause serious damage.”
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If so, you will love Josh Denhart.
The two of us recorded a video interview recently and I’ve got to say, I love this guy! His heart for the next generation. His creativity. His passion for learning and the brain. (In fact, what he says at 6:33 about the brain is almost word-for-word something I have said for years.) His love for Jesus. He’s one of those guys you can use the word “infectious” about…and have it be a good thing.
This interview is only 22 minutes long and Josh covers a ton of ground!
- His background as a public high school science teacher.
- Going from the classroom to full-time family ministry – immediately after receiving his NBCT! (National Board Certified Teacher)
- The Amazing Chemistry Show! – His traveling science show used by churches, schools, and summer camps.
- His two science VBS programs (for EVERY size church)
- How you can get either (or both) VBS curricula for a discount using my name: KeithFerrin
Not only that, but he actually shares one of his science experiments (with Gospel message) during the interview! (Check it out at 15:02)
And now…the interview…
The links you need…
- KidMinScience – Josh’s main website
- ScienceVBS – His site specifically about Basic Elements and Elements of Trust VBS curricula.
- Don’t forget to use promo code “KeithFerrin” for a special price.
- Josh’s Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest pages
[callout] Josh Denhart is a full time children’s pastor in West Des Moines, Iowa. As a former chemistry teacher, Josh created “The Amazing Chemistry Show”, a traveling gospel-centered stage show featuring fire, explosions and foam. Josh created and published a 21st century family resource entitled, “Science Devotions @ Home”. Josh is a consultant and contributing author to children’s ministry magazines and books. Learn more at www.KidMinScience.com. Learn more about the VBS curricula at www.ScienceVBS.com, take the virtual tour, and get free stuff![/callout]