Float Ideas for Annual County Parade Themed: Sow it, grow it, and show it"

I need some ideas on how to build a float for an annual county parade. The theme is "Sow it, grow it, and show it" for a church float.

By Washington D.

June 5, 20110 found this helpful

Put these words on the float: Ecclesiastes 3: To Everything There Is A Season - Let Your Love Grow This Summer - First Baptist Church (substitute name). Then have a loudspeaker that alternates between playing "To Everything There Is a Season" and "Let Your Love Flow". Have people on the float showing love in various ways. (If that isn't clear enough, you could put signs saying Sharing, Caring, etc. by each set of people.) Two other ideas you might build around are Luke 12:27 or Luke 8:5-8, but I had a hard time thinking of what to put on the float for them! Good luck!

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June 6, 20110 found this helpful

You reap what you sow. Show young children being read Bible stories, teenagers helping others, adults bringing others to church. Sow it, Grow it, Show it!

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June 6, 20110 found this helpful

Take the opportunity to actually sow the Word-Romans 3:23, John 3:16, etc. Grow the Word- Romans 10:9-10, giving people a chance. Show the Word- Have some of your model youth handing out candy as the float moves along. You may also take the opportunity to lets those youth who don't normally have a chance to shine to do so or perhaps all of the youth group. Have some really upbeat music from your youth group playing, maybe some music from Hillsong United. I hope this helps!

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