Sunday Morning 4/17: Unit 7, Session 3: The Bible Helps Us Live for God

In 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Paul points out that Scripture is enough for us. It is our source for godliness and our final authority in matters pertaining to doctrine. The confessions of every Protestant denomination affirm the sufficiency of Scripture. Why does this matter for kids? We need to teach our kids that even though theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 4/17: Unit 7, Session 3: The Bible Helps Us Live for God”

Sunday Morning 4/10: Unit 7, Session 2: God Stopped the Jordan River

The children of Israel often gave in to worry and bitterness. Their attitude revealed deeper heart issues: their belief that God had failed to take care of them and would fail in the future. It was in the 40 years of wandering in the desert that God showed them over and over that He wasContinue reading “Sunday Morning 4/10: Unit 7, Session 2: God Stopped the Jordan River”

Sunday Morning 4/3: Unit 7, Session 1: God Encouraged Joshua

We often think that fear is the absence of courage, and to some degree, it is. However, true courage is not someone who is free of fear. Courage comes to us most often, and especially when we are young, from the presence of another. In C. S. Lewis’ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Lucy, theContinue reading “Sunday Morning 4/3: Unit 7, Session 1: God Encouraged Joshua”

Sunday Morning 3/6: Unit 6, Session 1: The People Didn’t Go Into the Land

If you’ve ever bought a house, you likely know that even the “most perfect” house really isn’t perfect. There seems to always be some compromise that must be made: location, yard size, location of a bathroom, school district, price, and so forth. The choice is then ours to make: do we live with the compromisesContinue reading “Sunday Morning 3/6: Unit 6, Session 1: The People Didn’t Go Into the Land”