God Gives Good Gifts and He is A Lot of Fun!

Take a look below to see what our Kids Ministry learned this Sunday!

Lesson 13: God Gives Good Gifts

Bible Basis

1 Kings 19:19 – 21;

2 Kings 2:1 – 13;

2 Kings 4:1 – 7, 8 – 17;

2 Kings 5:1 – 15

Bible Verse: James 1:17: “Every good and perfect gift is from God. It comes down from the Father.”

Bible Point: God gives good gifts to his people. I can thank God for every good gift in my life!

Resource: The Beginner’s Bible

“Chariot of Fire” (pages216–221)

“Jars of Oil” (pages 222 – 225)

“Elisha’s Room” (pages226–229)

“Naaman Is Healed” (pages230–234)

TABLE TALK: Use the Table Talk questions below to start a discussion around the table at dinner or on your ride home.

  1. What did God give to Elisha?
    1. (God gave Elisha power through the Spirit of God.)
  2. What did God give to the poor woman who was running out of money?
    1. (God allowed her to have enough oil to pay a debt for her family.)
  3. Elisha stayed at a couple’s home several times. What did they do for Elisha?
    1. (They gave Elisha his own room.)
  4. What did God do for Naaman?
    1. (He healed Naaman from leprosy.)

See take home sheet for other suggestions

Fun Day!

Kids will learn to enjoy being together thinking, laughing, and playing.

IN THE CAR:  Ask your child what happened in class this week on the drive home, here are some questions to chat about:

  1. Who is Jesus?
  2. What does Jesus look like?
  3. Who were Jesus Disciples?
  4. What did Jesus Teach?
  5. What kind of miracles did Jesus do?
  6. What do you think would be a cool miracle for God to do today?
  7. Why Did some people not like Jesus?
  8. What did those people do to Jesus?
  9. What happened on Sunday after Jesus Died?
  10. How do you follow Jesus today?
  11. Why did Jesus have to Die
  12. Why do you follow Jesus?
    1. As a family take the time to ask hard questions and learn to discuss together important biblical truths along side our everyday lives!




From Pastor Donnes Desk: An Article!

Are you having a tough time keeping your little one still in church?

Are you finding your self ‘enjoying’ this morning’s worship service from the lobby with your toddler instead of in the sanctuary?

This article might help!


I’ve used this method on sweet and diva little girls and rough and tumble little boys that I have nannied and worked with in church settings. And it was worked! They have grown to now sit and engage with the worship service no matter their age.

Make your very own special quiet bag to keep any kid in their seat longer than you think.

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