God keeps promises

SUNDAY IS COMING
We are running our regular plan this weekend.
Sign in for kids happens between 9:45 and 10:15 - the earlier the better though as the kids have activities set up to start at 9:45am.
If you get there after 10:15 you’ll find us all together in our worship space, sign your kids in and come and join us.

TO READ TOGETHER
Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18
God did not fulfill this promise for a l-o-n-g time — Sarai and Abram were really old by the time they had their only child, Isaac. They sometimes forgot to trust in God — they even tried taking things into their own hands. (See Genesis 16!) So God had to keep reminding them of the promise over and over.

TO LEARN TOGETHER
The “Yes” to all of God’s promises is in Christ.
2 Corinthians 1:20a

SO I’M WONDERING
(Some things to think about together)
Have you ever tried to count the stars?
What kind of promises do you make to each other?

TO DO TOGETHER
Make a family tree with stars instead of branches and leaves. Cut out or draw stars and make as many stars as people in your extended family that you know! You might make a mobile or mural or decorate some- one’s bedroom ceiling. Be creative and have fun with it.

KEEP YOUR EARS OPEN
When you hear someone say, “I promise...” remember God’s promise to be with us always.

TO PRAY TOGETHER

Thank you, God, for always keeping your promises. Help us to trust in you always. Amen.



This week pray for your teachers and your classmates.

WHAT IS LENT? Part 2
This might be a shocker but Lent is not in the bible. It is, however, part of the history of the church and something we use to help us tell the story as we take time to prepare ourselves for the events of Easter. The story of Jesus and God’s amazing love has been passed down to us over many, many years. Lent is a good reminder that we come from a long line of people who are following Jesus.

Categories: Family Time, For Parents, Memory Verse, Prayer, Story