LifePoint Kids – November 28
This week, we head to something Paul wrote in
2 Corinthians 8:1-5. The believers in Corinth had an opportunity to really help the people who were struggling in Jerusalem. Paul highlighted how the church in Macedonia donated freely, even though they were very poor. This is a great reminder for the Corinthian church and for us—that no matter what we have or what we’ve been through, we can always find something to give. Bottom Line: You can always use what you have to help someone else.
LifePoint Kids – March 19
Forgive others because God forgives you. In week 3, we discover one of Jesus’ parables recorded for us in Matthew 18:21-35. Jesus told this parable because Peter asked a question about forgiveness. Peter might have thought he was doing pretty well to say he’d forgive...
LifePoint Kids – March 12
When you forgive others, it can change them. In week 2, we find Jesus interacting with an unexpected person in Luke 19:1-10: Zacchaeus. Zacchaeus was a tax collector working for Rome. He earned a reputation for taking advantage of his fellow Jewish people. Zacchaeus...
LifePoint Kids – March 5
Everyone needs forgiveness. We start the month with an interesting moment from Jesus’ life, found in Luke 7:36-50. We find Jesus at the home of a Pharisee. While Jesus was there, a woman with a bad reputation stopped by with an expensive jar of perfume. She cried and...
LifePoint Kids – February 26
Remember God is most important. We finish our month on respect in Matthew 8:5-13, where we find a Roman commander. This man was in charge of soldiers, who did whatever he told them to do. Yet when the commander’s servant became seriously ill, he realized that he had...
LifePoint Kids – February 19
Take time to show others they are important. In week three, we find Jesus at the home of His friends Mary and Martha. In Luke 10:38-42, we find how these two sisters had different things in mind when it came to having Jesus in their home. Mary sat at Jesus’ feet while...