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    KIDS MINISTRY

    September 9-Unit 1 Session 2


    "God Created the World"

    Bible Passage: Genesis 1

    Story Point: God created everything, and everything He created was good.

    Key Passage: Colossians 1:16b-17

    Big Picture Question: Who is God? God is our Creator and King.

    God created people in His own image and provides for everything He made. People are special because God made people to live forever in a relationship with Him. Through His Son, Jesus, we can have eternal life with God just as He planned.

    September 16-Unit 1 Session3

    “Sin Entered the World”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 3

    Story Point: Adam and Eve broke God’s law, and their sin separated them from God.

    Key Passage: Colossians 1:16b-17

    Big Picture Question: Who is God? God is our Creator and King.

    Ever since Adam and Eve sinned, all people have been sinners. Our sin separates us from God, but God still loves us. God promise a rescuer would come from Eve’s family. God sent His Son, Jesus, to rescue people from sin and bring them back to God.

    September 23-Unit 1 Session 4

    “Noah and the Ark”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 6-9

    Story Point: God punished sin but chose to rescue Noah and his family.

    Key Passage: Colossians 1:16b-17

    Big Picture Question: Who is God? God is our Creator and King.

    God rescued Noah and his family from the flood. The story of Noah points ahead to a greater rescue. God’s Son, Jesus the only perfectly righteous One came to take the punishment for our sin. By trusting in Him, we are saved from the punishment our sin deserves.

    September 30-Unit 1 Session 5

    “The Tower of Babel

    Bible Passage: Genesis 11

    Story Point: People tried to build a tower to glorify themselves instead of God.

    Key Passage: Colossians 1:16b-17

    Big Picture Question: Who is God? God is our Creator and King.

    People chose to give glory to themselves instead of God. They ignored God’s plan, so God confused their language and scattered the people all over the earth. One day, Jesus will gather together all of God’s people, people from every tribe and people who speak all kinds of languages and they will worship Him together. (Revelation 7:9-10)

    October 7-Unit 1 Session 6

    “The Suffering of Job”

    Bible Passage: Job

    Story Point: Job learned that God is good, even in suffering.

    Big Picture Question: Who is God? God is our Creator and King.

    Job learned that God is all powerful, sovereign and good. When we face suffering, we can hope in God. God sent Jesus, the only truly innocent One, to suffer and die so that everyone who trusts in Him can have forgiveness and eternal life.

    October 14-Unit 2 Session 1

    “God’s Covenant with Abraham”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 12;15;17

    Story Point: God made a covenant to bless all the world through Abraham.

    Key Passage: Galatians 3:29

    Big Picture Question: Why can we trust God? We can trust God because He is faithful and does everything for His glory and our good.

    God promised to bless all the world through Abraham. God sent Jesus from His home in heaven to be born on earth into Abraham’s family. Through Jesus, all the nations of the earth are blessed because Jesus saves people from their sins.

    October 21-Unit 2 Session 2

    “Abraham and Isaac”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 22

    Story Point: Abraham trusted God even when he did not understand God’s plan.

    Key Passage: Galatians 3:29

    Big Picture Question: Why can we trust God? We can trust God because He is faithful and does everything for His glory and our good.

    Abraham showed his love for God by being willing to sacrifice his son Isaac. God provided a ram instead. This is how God showed His love for us: He sent His Son, Jesus, to die on the cross so that we could have eternal life through Him.

    October 28-Unit 2 Session 3

    “Isaac and Rebekah”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 24

    Story Point: God gave Isaac a wife to keep His covenant with Abraham

    Key Passage: Galatians 3:29

    Big Picture Question: Why can we trust God? We can trust God because He is faithful and does everything for His glory and our good.

    God provided Rebekah as a wife for Isaac as part of His covenant to bless the whole world through Abraham’s family. One day, Jesus would be born into Abraham’s family as the promised Savior.

    November 4-Unit 2 Session 4

    “God’s Promise to Isaac”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 25-26

    Story Point: God’s covenant with Abraham continued with Isaac’s family.

    Key Passage: Galatians 3:29

    Big Picture Question: Why can we trust God? We can trust God because He is faithful and does everything for His glory and our good.

    God’s covenant with Abraham continued to the next generation. Esau sold his birthright, giving Jacob the right to the wonderful blessings God promised to his father Abraham. Through Jacob’s family, God would send the promised Savior to bring blessing and salvation to the world.

    November 11-Unit 3 Session 1

    “Jacob and Esau”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 27-28

    Story Point: Rebekah and Jacob tricked Isaac into blessing Jacob.

    Key Passage: Genesis 28:15

    Big Picture Question:

    Does God keep His promises? God always keeps His promises because He is faithful.

    The promises for Abraham and Isaac also became the promises for Jacob. At Bethel, God showed that His plan was to continue the covenant through Jacob’s family and eventually a whole nation, leading to the birth of Jesus the promised Savior.

    November 18-Unit 3 Session  2

    “Jacob and Rachel”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 29-31

    Story Point: Laban tricked Jacob into marrying Leah and Rachel

    Key Passage: Genesis 28:15

    Big Picture Question: Does God keep His promises? God always keeps His promises because He is faithful.

    Nothing could stop God’s plan for the family of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Even though Jacob did not love Leah, God loved her and used her in His plan. Through the family of Jacob and Leah’s son Judah, God would show His love for the world by sending His Son to be the Savior He promised.

    November 25-Unit 3 Session 3

    “Jacob’s New Name”

    Bible Passage: Genesis 32-33

    Story Point: God changed Jacob’s name to Israel, the name of God’s covenant people.

    Key Passage: Genesis 28:15

    Big Picture Question: Does God keep His promises? God always keeps His promises because He is faithful.

    God changed Jacob’s life and gave him a new name, Israel. Jesus came so that we might have a changed life, forgiven of sin. (2 Corinthians 5:17) Jesus’ death and resurrection provided sinful people the way to be adopted into God’s family. When we are adopted into the family of God we also receive a new name, children of God. (John 1:12

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