By: Johana Castro
We have been working on a new song that features Esther, the most beloved queen of the Little Big Heroes Universe. As we sing, we will learn about the reward that comes through grace when we are obedient.
Esther will be sporting a different look, because we thought it would be fun to combine her attire with the rhythm of the song:
On this occasion, we want to emphasize that she was a great queen used by God to save her people. Through the obedience and grace that characterized her, she obtained redemption for herself and for all the people that counted on her. She acted in a brave and bold way. Her faith was rewarded because she knew how to go to the secret place and move the hand of God on behalf of her people. She knew there was power in spiritual weapons such as fasting, and this made a change in history possible.
Technically, our challenge with this song is to stay within our timeframe. Our goal is to have a finished song...
By: Johanna Castro
The best way to describe the Little Big Heroes creators is to say they’re like kids. Our days are filled with illustrated books, collectible figurines and children's films. We appreciate the ability kids have to transform reality and approach everyone in a personal way. Who hasn’t given in to the tender look of a baby or a child’s request for candy? No matter how old we are, the ability they have to conquer us does not change. Therefore, a very important part of our day is directed not only to think about what content the children want to see, but also how we can communicate in the same way they do with every age group.
Our creative process varies because we can find inspiration in thoughts, dreams, in what we see at the park or simply in an idea we’ve had since childhood. What doesn’t change is the process we follow to develop the idea and turn it into a Little Big Heroes episode or video. We follow three steps that can...
By: Johana Castro
Who doesn’t get excited about this story? An ordinary boy goes head to head against the greatest giant from the most fearsome people. A giant who has intimidated even the highest ranking military ... and the young boy is the one who wins!
Sometimes we feel like David did at that moment. The technical difficulties are high, the software does not want to work properly and we don’t know how to solve it. But just as God gave David a specific strategy, He also gives one to us.
We want to share with you two secrets that are taking us to the limit in this production:
In addition to the script where the characters have their dialogues and the description of what is happening, we need a technical script that tells us the position of the camera, the characters, scenes or sequences, music and much more. Completing this script is always difficult because we must write out absolutely everything that happens and...
By: Luisa Del Río
Being a missionary has been an incredible experience. Arriving in a culture different than mine, learning about their customs and traditions, their way of talking, their needs and preparing myself to give the best of me has been a challenge. But the greatest challenge has been to pastor the little ones and give their parents advice.
Kids nowadays come with a different internal chip. They are born connected to the digital world. They are straightforward; they need proof for everything and want to know everything.
When it comes to talking to kids, you need to get to the point and avoid beating around the bush. Introduce them to a God they can relate to, a God who becomes like a kid to conquer their heart.
We thank God for Queen Esther and David the Warrior who came to make the Kids Zone a better place.
Every Little Big Heroes class not only has a great message, but the best thing is that they are...