Sunday Software has donated 18 of its Bible story and Bible game software programs for use by Rotation.org's Supporting Members, within their church and by their church members at home.
Software Download Page
(Supporting Members Only)
These 17 programs were designed for use in Sunday School as interactive lessons and activities to enrich any curriculum or model of Sunday School. Each can also be used at home. Supporting members can download them and FREELY SHARE them with your church's families and Sunday School. (May not otherwise be publicly distributed.)
They all work on Windows 7, 8, and 10. The free downloads include the updated Teaching Guides for each program and our posts for each program include links to lesson plans here at Rotation.org that use these programs.
Links to the descriptions and guides:
Update! The 17 has grown to 18 with the addition of Sonsoft's "Fall of Jericho" Quiz Making software. Sunday Software has also given us permission to share their Talents Stewardship interactive game.
Downloading. Installing, Sharing Notes for Supporting Members
To download the software, you simply need simply click the Download Link in each program's description. You'll be taken to a Supporting Member-only download page. View more download and sharing instructions at the bottom of the download page.
Who is Sunday Software?
Sunday Software is the software resource ministry of Rev. Neil MacQueen, a Presbyterian minister (PCUSA) specializing in Christian education. Neil was one of the founders of the Rotation Model and currently serves as Rotation.org's webmaster. For the past 24 years, Neil resourced, supported, and created children's Bible software in his own independent ministry. He also wrote many of the computer workshop lessons found at our site.
It has always been my dream to be able to "give away" the software I created, and the time definitely feels right -- especially considering what churches and budgets are going through due to the COVID pandemic. It's also not lost on me that my software can be a great "at home" teaching resource too.
I'm also endlessly grateful to Rotation.org for its creative mission, its members and leaders, and for the work we share together.
I have updated all the software guides and even made some technical improvements in a few of the programs in preparation for making them available at Rotation.org.
I hope my software enjoys its new home at Rotation.org and in your church, and that you will enjoy teaching with them as much as I do.
For more on teaching with computers in Christian education, consult our Computer Workshop design forum.