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Topic: Afghan Bands
Message: Posted by: jnrussell (Nov 25, 2010 12:01PM)
I remember seeing a gospel application to the Afghan Bands when I was a kid... anyone use them, and if so, what's the message?
Message: Posted by: Wes Holly (Nov 25, 2010 12:08PM)
John - when you perform them or watch them being performed, what do/can they say to you?
Message: Posted by: thomasbmikkelsen (Nov 25, 2010 04:33PM)
I have never used the Afghan Bands myself, but you can find a gosepel application if you follow this link: http://www.professorwonder.com/magic4.htm
All the best
Thomas
Message: Posted by: funsway (Nov 25, 2010 06:16PM)
You could just perform it and then ask members of the audience what message or scripture passage came to them.. There are so many possibilites, why limit discussion to your perceptions?
Message: Posted by: jnrussell (Nov 25, 2010 07:15PM)
Thanks everyone!
Thomas, I followed the link, and it references the "Sermons in Magic" series that I remembered having the application, back when I was a kid.
Message: Posted by: Steve Varro (Dec 3, 2010 03:58PM)
The version we sell is called "Forever Connected" It is made with a zipper and comes with two routines. Using the zipper is a huge improvement as you don't have to keep making it over and over again. If the zipper gets dirty, just throw it in the washing machine.
Message: Posted by: funsway (Dec 3, 2010 05:08PM)
Steve, you say "a zipper" -- so does it only allow the first separation, or the second as well to form two linked rings?
Message: Posted by: Chaucer (Dec 10, 2010 08:47AM)
"Forever Connected" indeed allows for the ongoing rings: the first unzipping results in two separate rings, the second and third unzippings result in two linked rings, then one large ring.

Yes, as Steve said, it is a huge improvement, because nothing has to be made over and over again.
Message: Posted by: REV BILL (Dec 13, 2010 04:46PM)
I second that with Chaucer.