Week of July 19, 2020

Preschool Series - GOOD NEWS

In this series, children will learn about the good news message of Jesus! Children will discover that Jesus shows us God’s love, saves us from sin, sets up God’s kingdom, and does it all so we can be with God forever.

“Tell the good news to everyone.”

Mark 16:15b (ICB)

"Isn't That Good News”

A story narrated by Lu ❤️

The good news is Jesus sets up God’s kingdom.

Remind your child that we can all be part of God’s kingdom when Jesus is Lord of our lives!

Kindergarten to Grade 9 Series - THE STORY

In this series, students get the opportunity to experience all of God's big connected story—from creation through to the new church to us!

Christ suffered once for sins. The one who did what is right suffered for those who don’t do right. He suffered to bring you to God.

1 Peter 3:18

Kindergarten - Grade 3

Think of someone you love, like a parent or a sibling or a friend. How could you surprise them to show that you love them?

Jesus came to show us God’s love and save us from sin.

What was the Life Story about in today’s video?

What was the God Story about?

What do you know about Jesus?

What do you love about Jesus?

How does Jesus show us God’s love?

How did Jesus save us from sin?

Who is Jesus to you?

Grades 4-6

If Jesus were to come into our world today as he did over 2,000 years ago, where do you think he would go?

What do you think Jesus might say or do?

Jesus came to show us God’s love and save us from sin.

Describe a few examples of what God’s love looks like.

Use real-life examples

For example...

"God’s love looks like my mom staying up all night with me when I’m sick"

Point out that it’s cool to see how God’s love is represented in so many different ways—but it always looks like Jesus.

Grades 7-9

What kind of news would feel like really good news to you right now? Why?

Jesus came to show us God’s love and save us from sin.

Read Luke 4:14-21

Jesus quotes the Old Testament in this passage.

What is this good news to the poor?

What does Jesus say next (see verse 18)? What does this mean? Is it literal?

Who do you think were the oppressed at that time? Who are the oppressed today?

How did Jesus show God’s love to these people?

Series Overviews