LifePoint Kids – November 6

by Nov 6, 2022Uncategorized

You can do what you should even when others are afraid.

For week one, we pick up God’s Big Story in Numbers 13-14 with two guys named Joshua and Caleb. After traveling through the desert away from Egypt, they demonstrated courage when they were sent out as spies in the Promised Land with 10 of their fellow Israelites. The land of Canaan was awesome, but it also wouldn’t be too easy to enter. When everyone else was scared to enter this land that God had promised the Israelites, Joshua and Caleb found the courage to speak up and remind the people that God would provide a way for them to take the land. They were brave even when others weren’t, and God rewarded them for it.




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