Sunday Morning 10/17: Unit 1, Session 3: Creation Glorified God

In the first two sessions of this unit, we have seen a common thread of God’s glory. God created everything, including people, to display His glory. In this session, we want to make sure that our kids understand what that means. What is God’s glory?  God’s glory can be thought of as God’s greatness. TheContinue reading “Sunday Morning 10/17: Unit 1, Session 3: Creation Glorified God”

Sunday Morning 10/10: Unit 1, Session 2: God Created People

Humans are at the center of everything God created. Only God Himself is more important. That is why the creation of the first man and woman—Adam and Eve—deserved its own session.  As you talk with your kids about this week’s session, there are two words that might be unclear or even confusing. The first is our inContinue reading “Sunday Morning 10/10: Unit 1, Session 2: God Created People”

Sunday Morning 10/3: Unit 1, Session 1: God Created the World

This week, your child learned about God creating the world from Genesis 1:1-25. The true story of the Bible begins where we would expect it to begin—at the beginning of all creation. Everything in the universe has a starting point except God. He alone is eternal—He has no beginning and no end. He has alwaysContinue reading “Sunday Morning 10/3: Unit 1, Session 1: God Created the World”

Sunday Morning 9/26: Unit 36, Session 4: Jesus Will Return

While he was a prisoner on the island of Patmos, the apostle John had an amazing vision of heaven. Jesus told John to write down everything he saw. John saw things that will happen when Jesus comes back to earth. In the final chapters of the Book of Revelation, John described a vision of theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 9/26: Unit 36, Session 4: Jesus Will Return”

Sunday Morning 9/19: Unit 36, Session 3: Before the Throne

John was on the island of Patmos when he had a vision. Jesus appeared to John and showed him what will happen before the end of time. John wrote about what he saw in the Book of Revelation. John saw a vision of the future. John saw a throne in heaven and the Lord wasContinue reading “Sunday Morning 9/19: Unit 36, Session 3: Before the Throne”

Sunday Morning 9/12: Unit 36, Session 2: Letters to Seven Churches

The Book of Revelation opens with John’s description of a vision. In the vision, Jesus gave John messages for seven local churches. Jesus told John to write these messages on a scroll and send them to the churches. In most cases, Jesus commended the church for their good work, warned them about the areas inContinue reading “Sunday Morning 9/12: Unit 36, Session 2: Letters to Seven Churches”

Sunday Morning 9/5: Unit 36, Session 1: John’s Vision of Jesus

The apostle John wrote the Book of Revelation from the island of Patmos. Patmos was a small Greek island where the Roman emperor often exiled prisoners. John was likely sent to Patmos as a prisoner, arrested for preaching the gospel. With this session, introduce your kids to the Book of Revelation—the last book of theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 9/5: Unit 36, Session 1: John’s Vision of Jesus”

Sunday Morning 8/29: Unit 35, Session 5: Defending the Faith

Jude, along with James, was a younger half-brother of Jesus. And like James, it wasn’t until Jesus rose from the dead that Jude believed Jesus was the Son of God. Sometime between AD 65 and AD 80, Jude wrote a short letter to warn believers about false teachers. False teachers had secretly made their wayContinue reading “Sunday Morning 8/29: Unit 35, Session 5: Defending the Faith”

Sunday Morning 8/22: Unit 35, Session 4: Children of God

The apostle John had been one of Jesus’ closest friends. Along with Peter and James, John was part of the innermost core of Jesus’ disciples. John even referred to himself in his Gospel as “the one whom Jesus loved.” John left Jerusalem and went to Ephesus around A.D. 70. He stayed there as a churchContinue reading “Sunday Morning 8/22: Unit 35, Session 4: Children of God”

Sunday Morning 8/15: Unit 35, Session 3: Brother’s in Christ

Paul was a prisoner under house arrest in Rome when a man named Onesimus (oh NESS ih muhs) came to visit him. Onesimus was a slave who had run away from a wealthy man named Philemon. As it turned out, Paul was a friend of Philemon. So when Paul told Onesimus the good news aboutContinue reading “Sunday Morning 8/15: Unit 35, Session 3: Brother’s in Christ”