Kids Experience November 29

by Nov 29, 2020Kids

Remember what Jesus has done for us.

Today we see that Jesus took an old habit of gratitude—the Passover—and He turned it into a BRAND-NEW habit of gratitude: the Lord’s Supper or communion.  As we eat the bread and drink the juice, we remember what Jesus has done for us. We remember that God has made it possible for everyone to be rescued from sin and death, because Jesus lived, died, then came alive again! We celebrate communion as a way to share our gratitude for Jesus.

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