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Due to Covid-19 our there will be no separate Family Ministry environments at this time (Nursery, Kids, Students). Your children will sit with you during the gathering. We welcome your family to join us, and we understand that kids will be kids! Bring them! Click HERE to register your family to attend.

For Redemption Kids we have our weekly videos and blog posts with age-specific content, the Lifeway Kids app is a resource for coloring pages and other lesson-specific content, and the kids’ music for Elementary and Preschool is also available through Apple music. Additionally, children have been and will continue to receive monthly personal mailers that invite them to love their parents, live on mission, or simply remind them that they are noticed and loved. Parents be sure to keep checking out our website, goredemptionkids.com, and our Facebook page for more information to help you as you parent and guide your children. Our little disciples can do big things for the Lord!

Parent, grandparents, and all those involved with kids – If you are needing access to the weekly lessons on this page please email brookef@goredemption.com to request the password.

Family Worship Project: Faithful Motions Video

Join us for a family worship moment this Sunday, July 5 as we sing this song in main worship (9am or 10:30am). We would love for you to share a video of your family worshiping through this song! Use #redemptionresponse or @goredemption when posting on Facebook or Instagram.

Be sure to practice but we will have the motions on your screen to help you engage in worship together as a family. See you Sunday!

Parent Helps from the 5/31 Sermon on Romans 8:29-39

Parents, we want to give you some guidance when talking through the sermon from this Sunday with your kids. Maybe you can do a recap tonight during your family worship time or during dinner.

Be sure to check out the kids lesson for this Sunday @ goredemptionkids.com. Here are some discussion starter questions to connect what they are learning with the sermon:

  • Preschool
    • What was your favorite part about service today? (i.e. the music, a particular song, seeing Pastor Ed, spending time with mommy and daddy)
    • Today we talked about someone being “For Us”. Who is “for us” (or always wants the best for us)? (God)
    • God wants to protect His children. How has God protected or cared for you?
    • We know that God’s Word is the truth so we should hide it in our heart. Let’s try to memorize Romans 8:31b, “If God is for us, who can beĀ against us?”. Practice saying it together.
    • Pray, asking God to help you remember that He is for His children.
  • Elementary
    • Today we talked about someone being “For Us”. Who is “for us” (or always wants the best for us)? (God)
    • How has God taken care of you this past week?
    • In our children’s lesson this week we learn that the Israelites were complaining to God in the wilderness. What was something you complained about this week?
    • The Israelites complained that they were hungry and that God brought them to the wilderness to die. Do you think God wanted bad things for them? (No.)
    • In the children’s story, how did God take care of the Israelites while they were in the wilderness and complaining about being hungry? (God sent “bread from Heaven” or manna and quail.)
    • God provided for the Israelites when they asked for help. He wanted the best for them. Will God provide for you when you ask for help? (Yes.)
    • What do you need to ask God to help you with right now?
    • We know that God’s Word is the truth so we should hide it in our heart. Let’s try to memorize Romans 8:31b, “If God is for us, who can beĀ against us?”. Practice saying it together.
    • Pray, asking God to help you and asking Him to remind you that God cares for His children.
    • Be sure to check out the kids video and lesson for this week at goredemptionkids.com.

We hope this helps you talk with your kids about worship. We also want to point you to our children’s ministry weekly lessons which are only available on the blog at goredemptionkids.com. Remember the Bible is one big story and it is important for us to learn that whole story!

Parent Helps from the 5/24 Sermon on Romans 8:18-30

Parents, we want to give you some guidance when talking through the sermon from this Sunday with your kids. Maybe you can do a recap tonight during your family worship time or during dinner.

Be sure to check out the kids lesson for this Sunday @ goredemptionkids.com. Here are some discussion starter questions to connect what they are learning with the sermon:

  • Preschool
    • Suffering is when we feel pain because something is not right. Can you think about an example of time you felt pain because something was not right? (Remember kids are concrete thinkers so you may get concrete answers and have to guide them through this some.)
    • In today’s children’s ministry lesson we saw the people complain or grumble to Moses. Have you ever complained about something?
    • God took care of the people that grumbled to Moses. Did you know that God will take care of you too?
    • We can have HOPE that God cares for us. What is one way God takes care of you?
    • God always takes care of us. Pray now and ask God to keep taking care of you. (Remind the kids that God does everything for His glory and our good!)
    • Be sure to check out the kids video and lesson for this week at goredemptionkids.com.
  • Elementary
    • In Romans, it talks about suffering. Mr. Chris Reed told that suffering is something bad that gives us a feeling that something is not right or a feeling of distress. Can you think about an example of suffering in your life or someone you know?
    • Our children’s ministry lesson today talks about Moses and the Jewish people in the wilderness. Mr. Chris Reed talked about how the people grumbled to Moses. Hope makes us groan not grumble because groaning is an involuntary longing for a need and grumbling is a longing for a want. When is a time you grumbled (whined for something you didn’t need but you wanted)? When is a time you groaned (had a need that you desperately needed taken care of so you had to hope in God)?
    • Can you see that sometimes we miss out on having hope because we too busy grumbling for what we don’t need instead of seeking what you do need?
    • Even though there is suffering, there is also HOPE available. How would you define hope? (Mr. Chris Reed defined hope as a life-shaping certainty about the future. It means having a certainty that God has a plan and it is ultimately for His glory and our good. It is the joy we can find as we trust God.)
    • The last point of the sermon was that God is reliable. What does it mean to be reliable? (You always do and behave as you say you will, and you always follow through on what you say.)
    • Do you think God is reliable?
    • How has God shown you that He is reliable? (i.e. you prayed for something and you saw God take care of it; God provided for your needs today because He said He would take care of you…etc.)
    • Be sure to check out the kids video and lesson for this week at goredemptionkids.com.

We hope this helps you talk with your kids about worship. We also want to point you to our children’s ministry weekly lessons which are only available on the blog at goredemptionkids.com. Remember the Bible is one big story and it is important for us to learn that whole story!