Our Kingdom Students Ministries (Nursery, Kids, Teens, College) guide our youth in Learning, Loving, and Living their faith. Each Sunday we post services on our KFAME website and KFAME YouTube channel. The worship and lessons provide children the opportunities to grow in their relationship and love of Jesus.
Contact emails can be found down below for each ministry.
“The crowds were amazed at his teaching.” Matthew 7:28, NIV
Who teaches you important things? Jesus teaches me important
What You Need:
DUPLO® blocks or equivalent
What You Do:
Place the blocks on the floor.
What You Say:
Say, “Today, we heard a Bible story about someone who built
a barn! We have blocks, so we can build too! Show me what you can build!” Along
with your child, build a building together using the blocks. Say, “Who are some
friends we could share our building with? (Allow for response.) That’s right!
They’d love for us to share our building with them.” Continue building new
buildings as time allows. When you are finished, say, “Wow! You are an amazing
builder! In our story today, we heard about a man who built a big barn. Jesus
told the story about the man building bigger barns to teach us that it is
better to share our stuff than it is to keep it all for ourselves. Sharing our
stuff is very important! I’m so glad we have Jesus to teach us important
things. Who teaches you important things? Jesus teaches me important things!”
Fill the Barn: Get a small finger
food such as Cheerios or Puffs. Place them around the barn. Have your child
push them into the doorway of the barn to fill it up!
Craft Stick Barn: If you have
popsicle sticks, glue them on top of the lines of the barn. Draw food inside the barn like in our Bible
“Dear God, we love You! Thank You for Jesus, the best friend
ever. Jesus teaches us important things. Help us share our stuff this week. In
Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.
If you have any questions please contact Ms. Kim or Ms. Christina email@example.com
David Spares Saul’s Life
THEME FOR THE MONTH
The Choice is Yours
Self-control – Choosing to do what you should even when don’t want to.
LESSON AND SCRIPTURE
1 Samuel 24 NIrV
God’s power has given us everything we need to lead a godly life. 2 Peter 1:3a, NIrV
Don’t be controlled by your anger.
I need to make the wise choice.
Start your kid’s day off with encouragement by telling them: “I really enjoy spending time with you.”
At a meal this week, ask each other: “What is something that gets you angry?”
While on the go, be aware of how the challenges of commuting can bring out the worst in all of us. How has your kid seen you get angry? Use these as teachable moments to help your kid process anger.
Pray for each other: “God, we will get angry. It happens. Help us to handle that anger in a way that honors You.”
If you have any questions please contact Rev. Jones RevJones@Kingdom.Global
Headline: Get Focused – Week 2 – Do the Next Right Thing
Focus Scripture: Luke 19:5-10
Main Point: Zacchaeus spent a lifetime benefiting from the labor of others. As a tax collector in the biblical time period – he was easily able to access and take advantage of persons who were working to make a living. When he decided to turn his life around, instead of allowing the weight of his past – or the weight of what he may have to do to right his wrongs – to overwhelm him, he chose to do just one thing. He chose to do the next right thing. As we continue to establish our focus so that we can access all God has in store for us in this new year – it is important for us to remember that even though the journey can seem overwhelming – if we just focus on the next right step, if we just take one step in the right direction
– we will be one step closer to whom God is calling us to be. No matter what you are believing God for in 2022 – don’t be discouraged if you feel like you have a long way to go – just take one step – do the next right thing.
1) Why is it important to take things one step at a time?
2) What is one thing you can do this week to bring you closer to your goals?
If you have any questions please contact Rev. Mariah Crews Revmimi@Kingdom.Global
Title-It’s Good to Have Access
Text-John 14 Verse 6
Synopsis– In a conversation earlier this week, the topic of networking came up with a dear friend. As we began to talk in that conversation, we both agreed about one pivotal thing when it comes to networking. Do you have access to the person you connected with? As it is in networking, it is in our spiritual walk with God. One cannot flourish and mature unless they have access to Jesus Christ. When one has access to Jesus Christ, another dimension of life can be experienced. Fresh revelation and vision can be imparted from on high. All in All, access to Jesus can be the incubator for transformational changes in one’s live. It’s good to have access to Jesus Christ.
How has access to Jesus changed your life?
What was life like when you didn’t have access to Jesus?
What is your favorite aspect about having access to Jesus Christ?
If you have any questions please contact Min. Sean Lewis slewis@Kingdom.Global
Kingdom Young Adults
- How can you make your way back to God if you are lost?
- What are some tools and/or resources that you can use in order to make sure that you remain close to Christ?