Dwelling Together


Parent’s Corner- February 3, 2019


“Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity.”  Psalm 133:1


As the mother of three boys, I have meditated on this verse often!  Over the past two days, with wind chills in our area hovering around fifty degrees below zero, we have certainly had a lot of together time! 


One of the features I love most about our Sunday school curriculum is that all of our elementary classes study the same passage each week.  This makes the “what did you learn in Sunday School today” questions around the table that much easier!  Did you know that there is also an additional resource available to parents . . . a Family Devotional that allows families to study the passage taught on Sunday morning throughout the week?  If you are interested in learning more, I’d be happy to speak with you.  “Dwelling” in and meditating on a Scripture passage together can have such sweet and long-lasting results. 


May you find joy in your parenting this week!

This week in Sunday School


2/3s- Jesus Heals a Little Boy

Scripture- John 4:43-53

Aims for the Children- to do at least one of the following during this lesson:

1.     Tell who alone can make sick people well

2.     Identify some ways Jesus helps us get better when we are sick

3.     Tell what we can do when someone is sick (pray to Jesus)

4.     Express confidence that Jesus can heal sickness

5.     Pray to Jesus for someone who is sick


4s-K, 1st-2nd- 3rd-5th- God Sees David’s Heart

Scripture- 1 Samuel 16:1–23
: God sees the hearts of all men.
Ask Your Child: How is God’s view of man different from ours?

Apply: By examining his heart and learning what pleases the Lord.

This Week: As a family, read 1 Samuel 16:1–23.
Next Week: 1 Samuel 17:1–58


Children’s Church- Jesus’ Triumphal Entry

Scripture- Matthew 21:1-11

Lesson Goal- The child will not only praise Jesus with his lips but will also obey Him with his life.

Bible Truths-

1.     Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey’s colt.

2.     The crowds praised Jesus as the Messiah.

3.     The People were not willing to make Jesus the king of their hearts.

Key Verse- “Then the multitudes who went before and those who followed cried out, saying: ‘Hosanna to the Son of David!  Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!  Hosanna in the highest!”  Matthew 21:9