Kids Experience May 24

by May 24, 2020Kids

We can

trust God.

This week we hear how Stephen was DETERMINED. But we will see that he trusted God. He decided to stand strong in what he believed.  We don’t always know how things will turn out. Sometimes we feel stuck because we feel like life just isn’t going our way. But in ANY situation, we can trust God and remember that He knows the end of the story.  Remember, you and I are part of God’s Big Story. God has always had a big plan for an even bigger story. Abraham, Moses, David, and all the people we read about in the Bible didn’t know the end of the story. But God does. He knows that the end of the story is good.

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