Let’s Celebrate

Key Verse: “For to us a child is born, the Prince of Peace”

(Isaiah 9:6)

Our hope is for our kids to know that: The world needs Jesus    

(Open the bible and read to your child Luke 1:68-79) Zechariah was a priest who along with his Elizabeth had a son John. This John was known as John the Baptist, who prepared the way for Jesus. Zechariah gave a praise because he knew his son John would be a prophet who would appear before the coming of our Lord. John was to give the people knowledge of salvation, and tell them that salvation is all about the remission of sins. This remission is made possible through the grace and mercy of God.

(This is an opportunity for you to ask some questions and to share your thoughts) Parents: Tell about a time you were confused and in need. What did you need? Who helped you overcome your confusion and need in that situation? Then encourage your children to talk about who they go to when they need something. Talk about ways you can remember to go to Jesus the next time a need arises.

Activity/Challenge for Families:
For the next week, gather as a family each evening before bed. Thank Jesus for all of the things you can think of that he has done for you that day – for forgiving sin, for helping you to share his love with others, for being with you, and so on. Put a predetermined amount of money (a penny, a quarter, or even a dollar) in an envelope for each thank you. As an act of thanksgiving, put the money in your churches offering next week.

Next Generation Worship Arts presents: “A Servants Heart”
Featuring Kids Praise
Friday December 7th at 6pm. join us for dessert, worship, and a live show!


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