Happy Easter from EGC Kids!

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




LESSON 27 | Jesus Lives!

Bible Basis: Matthew 26; 28; John 20 – 21

Bible Verse: Luke 24:6: “ Jesus is not here! He has risen! Remember how he told you he would rise. It was while he was still with you in Galilee.”

Bible Point: Jesus died on the cross, but he came back to life. Because Jesus died for me, I am saved and can live for him!

Resource: The Beginner Bible

“Jesus Is Arrested and Crucified” (pages 446 – 452)

“Jesus Is Risen!” (pages 453 – 458)

“Jesus Returns” (pages 459 – 461)

“A Net Full of Fish” (pages 462 – 465)

TABLE TALK: Use the Table Talk questions below to start a discussion around the Table at dinner.

After Jesus died, where was his body placed? (In a tomb.)

Did Jesus stay in the tomb? (No, he came out and is alive today.)

Did Jesus visit his friends after he came back to life? (Yes.)

When Jesus’ friends saw him, what did they think he was? (A ghost.)






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Week 1: Easter – Patience

Main Verse: Psalm 27:14 

Life Application: PATIENCE – Waiting until later for what you want now

Today’s Topic: Jesus is alive!

Ask: How do you celebrate Easter?

Morning Time: Write a special note with a treat inside of an Easter egg and put it in your preteen’s bathroom. Tell them, “Patience means you are grateful for what you have. I am so glad I have you!”

Remember this:“Wait for the Lord. Be strong and don’t lose hope. Wait for the Lord!” Psalm 27:14, NIrV

Dear Parents,

Do you struggle of how to talk to your growing kids about tough issues?

How early should we begin teaching our children about God’s truth and design in sex and marriage?

How to guide your child in understanding what to do when faced with pornography, the transgender issue, etc?

This blog will help you to be aware of how much your child is exposed to these matters, and good conversations to help them strengthen a Godly worldview about these prevalent issues. Click on the link below!



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