“These are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God.” John20:31, NLV
Who can believe in Jesus?
I can believe in Jesus.
What You Need: Just yourselves!
What You Do:
Pretend to ride different types of transportation
• Car - pretend to hold steering wheel as you walk.
• Train - hold on to each other’s shoulders and say,“Choo-choo.”
• Bicycle - hold pretend handlebars and take large steps like you are
• Motorcycle - pretend to put on helmet then hold handlebars as you walk fast
What You Say: “Are you ready to GO? Let’s drive a car. Now,let’s hold on to everyone and be a choo-choo train. That was so much fun! Now,let’s ride a bike. Be sure to pedal! Let’s go fast! Let’s ride motorcycles. Put on your helmet and let’s go! Today, we heard how we can go and tell others about Jesus! Jesus loves everyone, and we can tell others about Him. Who can believe in Jesus? I can believe in Jesus.”
Color the place mat and practice the memory verse!
“Dear God,thank You that Jesus loves everyone, everywhere no
matter what they look like, where they live, what language they
speak, or what they have done. Help us tell everyone, everywhere
that Jesus is alive,He loves them, and He wants to be their friend
forever. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”
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REACH OUT I’LL BE THERE
LESSON AND SCRIPTURE
Acts 10:1-4 NIrV
“Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being sure of what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1 NIrV
Knowing Jesus changes the way you see others.
During a conversation, remind your child, “you can know Jesus even though you’ve never seen Him.” What are some things you believe in but can’t see?
Trusting in what you can’t see because of what you can
If you have any questions please contact Rev. Jones RevJones@Kingdom.Global
Headline: Our wins were meant to encourage Others!
Focus Scripture: Romans 15:4
Main Point: God wants us to share how He is moving in our lives to help other people. Have you ever gotten a piece of advice from a friend or a loved one that helped you at the exact moment you needed it? I can’t even begin to calculate how many time someone else’s testimony, helped me to triumph in my own life. God has called us to consistently return that favor by helping others. God wants to use your story to bring his name glory! But our God isn’t one-track minded he has multiple purposes for our testimonies. He wants to use you to help set someone else free.
1. Who has God used to help you?
2. What is one way you can say thank you to them?
3. What have you been able to overcome or triumph in, in your own life?
4. Take a moment and thank God for the win – then ask God to show you who to share your story with. Write down their response so you can remember how God used you to encourage someone else!
If you have any questions please contact Rev. Mariah Crews Revmimi@Kingdom.Global
Title: Don’t talk too much
Text: Proverbs 18 Verse 7
Synopsis: In life, we have no choice but to communicate with others. We have to communicate with family, friends, colleagues and many others. However, we must realize that there are some discussions that we cannot have with certain people. If we talk prematurely or share a vision that God has given us with the wrong people, bad results can happen. Furthermore, it is essential for us to be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove in life. We should allow the Holy Spirit to lead, guide, and direct us when we speak. The Holy Spirit will guide us to let us know when we should talk and when we shouldn’t. When discernment kicks in, we will be able to conclude that we should not talk too much to people with ill intentions towards us.
If you have any questions please contact Min. Sean Lewis slewis@Kingdom.Global
Scripture: James 2:21-22
Many of us are seeking God for clarity and direction as it relates to our purpose, our career, our relationships, and prayerfully our role in ministry. In this pursuit, you and I would be wise to engage our faith, for faith is what makes the invisible and the intangible tangible. In this week’s text, James speaks to us about the importance of faith that it met with action.Abraham was considered righteous, because of his action in response to his faith. James makes it clear that, “his faith AND his actions were working together, and his faith was made complete by what he did”. Beloved, our faith has two components-our belief in God and the actions we take in response to what we believe. God’s desire is that you and I are intentional to build our faith, in ways that align our actions with what we say we believe. The more you and I do what God has called us to do, the more we are made complete.
1. In what ways this week will you internally build your faith?
2. What faith step(s) can you take this week in response to what God has revealed to you in His word?
“The time has come,” he said. “The kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe the good news!”
On that day a great persecution broke out against the church at Jerusalem, and all except the apostles were scattered throughout Judea and Samaria.
It’s Umbrella Time:
1. How can you prove whether it is or is not judgement?
2. Does God have to send trouble in order to use trouble?
3. Why does God send judgement in scripture?
4. The question is not is this the judgement of God, the question should be is there a case for the judgement of God in 2020.
As the house shifts, everyone who is connected to the house needs to be ready to shift.
Repent – Is not a negative, it is the first step to the positive.