Learning Confidence in EGC Kids

Dear Parents,

Do you struggle with 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!

https://protectyoungminds.org/blog/

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

LESSON 23 | Jesus Rescues the Lost

Bible Basis: Matthew 8:10 – 14; Luke 10:25 – 37; 15:3 – 7, 11 – 32

Bible Verse: Luke 15:32: “But we had to celebrate and be glad. This brother of yours was dead. And now he is alive again. He was lost. And now he is found.”

Bible Point: Jesus cared for those who were lost and rescued them. He also cares about us and rescues us when we are lost.

Resource: The Beginner Bible

The Good Samaritan (pages379–384).

The Lost Sheep (pages391–396)
.

The Lost Son (pages397–404).

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

Why do sheep need a shepherd? (To protect them, guide them, and rescue them when they get lost.)

Do you think the Good Samaritan was like the shepherd? How? (Yes. He helped someone who was hurt and alone.)

What would have happened to the lost son if he did not go back home? (He may have lost a lot of weight or even died of hunger. He would have been lonely.)

If you ran away from God, would you be afraid to go back to him? 


Why should we never be afraid to run to God when we need help? 


See take home sheet for other suggestions

Week 1: Amped: Live Fully Alive – Confidence

Main Verse: Daniel 3

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

Today’s Key Thought: Trust that God is always with you.

Morning Time: When you see your child in the morning, tell them or text them, “Don’t forget that God is always with you!”

Remember this: “Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6, NIV

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