Parent’s Corner- March 17, 2019
“For to this end we toil and strive, because we have our hope set on the living God, who is the Savior of all people, especially of those who believe. Command and teach these things.”
1 Timothy 4:10-11 ESV
As I was planning our Spring curriculum schedule, I realized that we were going to have an open week, situated right in between our regular course of study and our series of Easter lessons. I am so thankful that our elders agreed to come in and be guest teachers in our children’s Sunday school classes! It’s so important for kids to know that they are an important and vital part of the church body as a whole. Their sense of belonging can be very important as they grow and seek to make their faith their own. Our elders were thrilled with the opportunity, just as we were thrilled to have them!
This week in Sunday School. . .
2/3s- Mary and Martha
Scripture- Luke 10:38-42
Lesson Truth- Jesus wants us to listen to his words.
Aims for the Children- to do at least one of the following during this lesson:
1. Give evidence of having listened attentively to today’s Bible story
2. Identify the good listener in today’s story
3. Identify the person who needed to learn how to listen
4. Indicate how Jesus feels when people listen to him
4s-K, 1st-2nd, 3rd-5th- Taught by an elder
This week, our Elementary Sunday school classes were taught by Grace Church Elders. Be sure to ask your child who their special guest speaker was, what he talked about, and what questions he was asked. Thank you, elders, for sharing your morning with us!
Children’s Church- The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Scripture- Matthew 28:1-20
Lesson Goal- Students will tell their friends and family about Jesus’ resurrection.
1. The angel showed the women that Jesus was alive
2. Jesus rose from the dead as He promised
3. Some trusted in Jesus after He rose from the dead. Some did not.
4. Jesus told His disciples to tell the nations about Him.
Key Verse- “[Jesus] is not here; for He is risen, as He said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” Matthew 28:6