Sunday Lessons

Hello Kingdom Family,

We hope that you and your families are doing well during this season. As we have been unable to meet, our staff and team have been praying for you and your students. As a result, we have created this page for you to visit weekly for updated links to scriptures and lessons for your students.

As we partner to serve in ministry with you, we want to make sure you have the tools to help you disciple your students.Below you will find scriptures, lessons, games, videos and more for our different age groups. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the ministry leaders. We are praying with and for you as you remain Kingdom Focused.

Lessons for the week of June 20, 2021

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Kingdom Nursery


“I trust in God. I am not afraid.” Psalm 56:11, NIrV



Who can trust God? I can trust God.



What You Need:

No supplies needed.


What You Do:

Encourage your child to quietly sneak around your home holding a pretend torch as they follow you. Every once in a while, pop up and pretend to blow your trumpet and say, “I can trust God!”


What You Say:

Say, “God told Gideon to take his small army to battle the big Midianite army. Gideon trusted God’s plan and told each soldier to take a trumpet, a torch, and a jar with them. They snuck into the Midianite camp and when Gideon told them to, they blew their trumpets, broke their jars, and yelled ‘For the Lord, and for Gideon!’ The Midianites ran away, and God’s army won! “Let’s pretend to be Gideon’s small army. Hold up your pretend torch like this. (Demonstrate.) Now, let’s sneak over here. Oh, I see the Midianites .Let’s blow our trumpets and shout, ‘I can trust God!’ (Blow trumpets and shout.) They ran away. Let’s see if we can find them over here. (Sneak to another part of the home.) Here they are! Blow your trumpets and shout! I can trust God! Continue sneaking and saying “I can trust God” as long as there is interest. “Great job! You are never too small to trust God. You can trust God,and I can trust God. Who can you trust? I can trust God.”



-Color the flame with yellow, orange,and/or red.  You can also use pieces of tissue paper glued on the flame.  Attach the flame to a stick or skewer!

-You can color the jar if you choose.Then cut or rip it apart with your hands to show how Gideon’s army broke them!



Dear God, we can trust You. It doesn’t matter if we’re big or small, we can always trust You. Please help us trust You when we have doubts. We love You, God. In Jesus’ name,



Nursery Resources:

If you have any questions please contact Ms. Kim or Ms. Christina

Kingdom Kids

Fire on the Mountain

(Elijah and the Prophets of Baal)




1 Kings 18:16-46 NIrV



I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Psalm 27:13 NIV



God can do the impossible.


ACTIVITY:  Drive Time


Ask your child, “What is something you thought was impossible but turned out to be possible? Always remember that God can do the impossible.”


THEME:  Press Play: Get in the Mix



Confidence is learning to see yourself the way God sees you.

Kids Resources:

Kids Activity

If you have any questions please contact Rev. Jones RevJones@Kingdom.Global

Kingdom Teens

Kingdom Teens


Please see this video lesson from Rev.Mariah Crews


Headline: Don’t Take it Personal(ly)


Focus Scripture: Proverbs 19:11, Psalm 139: 23-24


Main Point: I wanted you to read these two scriptures because they are two sides of the same coin. We are destined to encounter offensive people in our lives, and the proverb reminds us that it is wise to let things go. It can be easy to take smart, uncouth, or even ignorant remarks personally – it’s natural to respond in a defensive way. But this scripture shows us that God calls us to better. And at the same time, the scripture from the book of Psalms, reminds us that we ought not be offensive ourselves. I combined these two because just as we hope to encounter fewer offensive people, we should also aspire to not be the source of offense either.



1.         What does it mean to overlook an offense?

a.         Does“overlook” mean keep those people around?

i.          Why or why not?

2.         Why do you think God might want us to overlook offense?

3.         Pray the Psalm (read it, and seal it in the name of Jesus) allow God to truly inhabit you such that there is no room for offensive ways in you.


If you have any questions please contact Rev. Mariah Crews Revmimi@Kingdom.Global

Kingdom college

Text-Isaiah 6 Verse 8

Title-Send me Lord

Synopsis-It is human nature to have a methodical plan about how we want our lives to be. One can plan out where they want to live, drive, and work in life. However, there will be times when God alters what we have planned. There is a scripture that states his thoughts are higher than our ways and his ways are higher than our ways. Moreover, we may think the way to live is to be a lawyer while God is calling us to serve in full time. As a result, we do not need to have a complaining spirit but a willing spirit. In other words, we have to say, send me Lord! God, I’ll go where you want me to go and I’ll be what you want me to be.

Relevant Questions:

- Is there something in life that God has called you to do? If so, what is it?

- Does Gods calling line up with what you desire to do? If not, how will you move forward

- Describe a time in your life when God called you out of the comfort zone


If you have any questions please contact Min. Sean Lewis slewis@Kingdom.Global







"Embracing Contrast"  



In the text, Paul speaks to us about the importance of our words, "do everything without grumbling and disputing," which means we choose our words wisely and not complain, no matter what! While that's a tall order, you and I can be prayerfully intentional about what we say, even in times of challenge and conflict. Our words impact those around us and serve as witnesses for who we say we are and what we say we believe. In choosing our words wisely, you and I become an expression of God's light. Remember that light isn't just for light's sake but for those in dark places who are in need of God's life-giving light. God desires that His word would be the source of our life and light for others as we embrace the contrasts in life. 



  1. How can you change your words or tone this week?
  2. In what way can you share your light this week? 


If you have any questions please contact Rev. Erica St Bernard or Rev. Russell St. Bernard RevRuss@Kingdom.Global

Sermon Title: “When Storm Clouds Come”
Mark 1 : 15 New International Version (NIV)/Acts 8 : 1 New King James Version (NKJV)

Mark 1:15

“The time has come,” he said. “The kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe the good news!”

Acts 8:1

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:

  • The umbrella of the gospel of Jesus Christ,
  • The umbrella of the good news of the kingdom of God,
  • The umbrella of the revelation that God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself,

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?

  • That judgement is not act of wrath it is an act of love.

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.

Video full sermon here