The Sweet Life: An EPIC Candy Factory Adventure [Family License]
WHAT IS THE SWEET LIFE?
EPIC family experiences make ministry fun and engaging for all ages. With our Valentine’s resource, your family will enjoy the fun thematic adventure of escape room style puzzles with practical ministry devotional teachings.
Best of all, it's SUPER EASY! You get to enjoy this experience with your kids. Your family will embark on an interactive tour of our EPIC Candy Factory. Along the way, you must work together to overcome fun puzzles and group challenges as you learn about God’s amazing love.
Your family can easily complete this experience in 20-25 minutes, depending on how long you take to solve the puzzles. It is broken up into five short segments. So, you have the option to pause and continue your adventure later if desired. With topics like “God’s Word is Sweet” and “God’s Love Never Fails,” this is the perfect resource for your family to watch and play at home on Valentine’s Day or any time in February.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Our “Parent Portal” makes it easy for you to access. There is ZERO prep and ZERO printing. You can simply gather and press play. The digital adventure will begin, and you will be provided easy-to-follow instructions.
This Valentine’s resource includes narrated instructions, music, sound effects, and fun animation to keep all of your kids engaged. It has a rewarding conclusion as you unlock a secret Gummy Bear Recipe that your family can enjoy.
WHERE DOES IT HAPPEN?
“The Sweet Life” Valentine’s Experience is designed for your family to do together at home. If you’d like to host this experience virtually for your small group with multiple families, you can purchase our “Church License” for $97 that gives you the flexibility for several families to view and enjoy this experience.
SINGLE FAMILY LICENSE = $17
Includes all of the following:
- Viewing permission for one family in a single household
- The Sweet Life Interactive Family Experience
- EPIC Gummy Bear Recipe
- “How To Bless Your Children” Parent Guide
See the informational video here: