What’s ahead in JULY?

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

LESSON 22 | We Can Always Trust Jesus

Bible Basis: Matthew 14; John 9

Bible Verse: Matthew 14:31: “Right away Jesus reached out his hand and caught him. ‘Your faith is so small!’ he said. ‘Why did you doubt me?’

Bible Point: Many people in the Bible trusted Jesus. I can trust Jesus with my problems too.

Resource: The Beginner Bible

“Jesus Feeds Thousands” (pages 357 – 363)

“Jesus Walks on Water” (pages 364 – 370)

“Jesus Heals a Blind Beggar” (pages 371 – 374)

“Ten Lepers” (pages 405 – 408)

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

What does it mean to trust someone? (Answers will vary. Here’s the definition the children learned this week: believing someone will do what he or she has promised.)

Did the blind man trust Jesus to heal him? (Yes.)

What amazing thing did Jesus do during the storm? (He walked on the water.)

The ten lepers trusted Jesus to heal them, but nine of the lepers forgot to do something important. What did they forget? (They forgot to thank Jesus for healing them.)

Week 4: Amped: Live Fully Alive – Confidence

Main Verse: 1 Kings 18

Life Application: CONFIDENCE – Living like you believe what God says is true

Today’s Key Question: How would you live if you believed God could do the impossible?

Bed Time: Is there something in your life that seems impossible? Facing something big like that can make you feel helpless. But here’s the awesome thing to remember: God can do anything! You can live with confidence knowing that God can take away that obstacle in front of you or maybe carry you right through it. Pray that God will help you see how big He is so that you can live with confidence in Him.

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

EGC Kids parents

This is what is ahead for your Child in Grade School in July!

 

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