LifePoint Kids – November 7
In our first week, we start in Philippians 4:11b-13. In this letter, Paul is writing to the church at Philippi to help them understand more about what it means to follow Jesus. Paul shares how they can be content and even have joy regardless of their situation in life. This is something that Paul has had to learn from experience. His example of contentment in the face of difficulty is a great lesson for all of us.
Bottom Line: God can help you be content. We can’t promise kids that when they follow Jesus, everything in their life will work out just the way they want it to. However, we CAN promise them that even if life isn’t okay, God can help them be okay with their circumstances. We pray that no matter what kids are facing, they’ll learn to trust that God can give them what they need to get through it.
LifePoint Kids – May 28
God is with you even when you have questions. We end the month in Acts 8:26-40 and discover a Jesus-follower named Philip. An angel told Philip to travel toward the desert. On the way, Philip met an Ethiopian official who was reading the Jewish Scriptures. This man...
LifePoint Kids – May 21
God is with you no matter what. In Acts 3:1-4:21, we see that Jesus’ mission wasn’t going to be easy for the disciples. Luke tells us that Peter healed someone in the name of Jesus and ended up causing quite a stir. As people gathered, Peter and John used this moment...
LifePoint Kids – May 14
God sent the Holy Spirit to help you. In week 2, head to Acts 2:1-41 and find out how the disciples found the confidence to tell the world about Jesus. The disciples had a huge mission: to share the message of Jesus with the world. Thankfully, Jesus also promised that...
LifePoint Kids – May 7
Share God’s love with others. We start off the month in Matthew 28:16-20, Luke 24:50-53, and Acts 1:1-11. Before Jesus went back to His Father, He gave His disciples a huge mission: to tell the world about Him. The message of Jesus is for everyone, and it was the...
LifePoint Kids – April 30
Put others first by making things right. In John 21:1-19, we discover how Peter and several other disciples were out fishing on the Sea of Galilee without catching a single fish. Suddenly, they saw a man standing on the shore, who told them to try the other side of...