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Northpoint K!DS’ “Big Group Time”

WEEK OF OCT 18-24

 THE LAST SUPPER

The night before🌙 Jesus died, Jesus ate a special meal with His friends. Jesus wants us to REMEMBER🙄 this special meal. What did Jesus do to His friends feet👣 before they ate? What did Jesus eat at this special meal with His friends🍴? What new promise did Jesus make to everyone🌈 at this meal?  Jesus wants us all to REMEMBER what He did for us? So, let’s get at it NP K!ds, let’s find out what Jesus wants us to REMEMBER. And then let us REMEMBER IT! 😁

Miss Terri

There are five challenges for you to do below:

1. If you listen very carefully in the video below, you hear the faint warning of something coming your way. Then, you get to listen to Miss Terri review last week’s bible story and sing Hosanna/Save us, Lord! with Mr. Tri. Then, you will get to hear the truth of God’s Word from our teacher this week, Mr. Rich Simpson. You Go, Mr. Rich, Go!

2. Watch this week’s lesson video outline of The Last Supper (Matthew 26:26-30; John 13:1-15)

 3. Open your Bibles📖 with your parents and enjoy reading  Matthew 26:26-30; John 13:1-15

Now answer these questions below; always look for yourself what the Bible says the answer is. YOU GO K!DS, GO!

– Which disciple did not want Jesus to wash his feet? (John 13:8)
– Why did Jesus wash His disciple’s feet? (John 13:14-15)
– What other ways did Jesus serve people? What are some ways we can serve others?
– Why should we serve one another with Joy?
– Jesus said the bread and cup represent or is are a symbol of, what? (Matthew 26:26-28)
– Why do you think Jesus made a new covenant? What happened to the old covenant?

Christ Connection: At the Passover, Jesu shared His last meal with the disciples before His death and resurrection. Jesus said that His death would establish a new covenant. God’s people had broken the old covenant, and God promised to make a new covenant to forgive sins. God forgives the sins of those who trust in His Son, Jesus.

 Memory Verses for October:

 Ephesians 5:8b Walk as children of light (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true) and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works for darkness, but instead expose them.

Ephesians 5:1-2a Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love as Christ loved us and gave Himself up for us a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.

For numbers 4 and 5, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week:
4. You can read an article, The Last Supperwritten just for this week, by the Gospel Project, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Please read it HERE.

5. Download a few pages from our teachers’ Sunday school curriculum that they would have used to prepare Sunday’s lessons, along with the same activity page we would have sent home with your K!DS by clicking HERE.

That’s all for now, NP K!DS. Keep imitating your great and wonderful Savior and Friend.

For God’s K!ds

💒

Miss Terri 

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
Text Messages to 951.642.3222

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WEEK OF OCT 11-17

JESUS CLEANSED THE TEMPLE

In today’s story, we get to hear how the temple was a symbol of God’s presence among His people💒.   But when Jesus entered the temple,⛪ He was absolutely furious😣, upset😟 , mad😑 and angry😒. Why🤔???

Find out why Jesus was so upset and what He did with His RIGHT/righteous anger.  

Miss Terri

There are five challenges for you to do below:

1. In the video below, we will start by looking at some front yard lights. Theses lights will get us thinking about how Jesus tells us to reflect His light and how we are to walk as children of light. Then, we will review and worship God with Mr. Tri and then, listen as Mr. Mark and Mrs.Debbie as they will teach us God’s true story for this week.

2. Watch this week’s lesson video outline of Jesus Cleansed the Temple (Matthew 21:12-17; Mark 11:15-19)

3. Open your Bibles📖 with your parents and enjoy reading Matthew 21:12-17; Mark 11:15-19

Now answer these questions below; always look for yourself what the Bible says the answer is. YOU GO K!DS, GO!

–   What did Jesus do to the tables of the money changers? (Matthew 21:12))
–  Jesus said that God’s house should be a house of what? (Matthew 21:13)
–  What word were the Children shouting that means “Save us Lord!”(Matthew 21:15)
–  Have a serious talk with your parents. Asking them and you; What types of things make you angry? Do you think that type of anger pleases God or does not please God? What types of things are happening today that make God angry? Do they make you angry too? What can we, the church, do about those things? Now, pray together. and a prayer time 

Christ Connection; When Jesus cleared the dishonest people from the temple, He showed His commitment to honoring God. The temple was supposed to be a place where people could pray and worship God. Jesus was going to die on the cross to take away people’s sins so anyone who trusted in Him could come to God. 

 Memory Verses for October:

 Ephesians 5:8b Walk as children of light (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true) and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works for darkness, but instead expose them.

Ephesians 5:1-2a Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love as Christ loved us and gave Himself up for us a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.

For numbers 4 and 5, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week:
4. You can read an article, Jesus Cleansed the Templewritten just for this week, by the Gospel Project, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Please read it HERE.

5. Download a few pages from our teachers’ Sunday school curriculum that they would have used to prepare Sunday’s lessons, along with the same activity page we would have sent home with your K!DS by clicking HERE.

That’s all for now, NP K!DS. Keep worshiping your wonderful Savior and King. 👑

For God’s K!ds

💜 !

Miss Terri 

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
Text Messages to 951.642.3222

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WEEK OF OCT 4-10

JESUS WAS ANOINTED

In today’s story, we get to hear how a lady created quite a scene, yet she didn’t care what others thought.  She wanted to honor Jesus the best way she knew how. 🙆🎇

Find out what happened, NP K!d’s, Find out! 🤔  

Miss Terri

There are five challenges for you to do below:

1. In the video below, we will start opening our hearts💓 to Jesus as we sing, or listen to Mr. Tri. Then, we will hear a review of  last month’s bible lesson with Miss Terri and be ready to jump into this week’s lesson with Mrs Holt. 👀

2. Watch this week’s lesson video outline of Jesus was Anointed (Matthew 26:6-13; John 12:1-8)

3. Open your Bibles📖 with your parents and enjoy reading Matthew 26:6-13; John 12:1-8

Now answer these questions below; always look for yourself what the Bible says the answer is. YOU GO K!DS, GO!

–   What did Mary pour onto Jesus? (John 12:3)
–  What did the disciples say about what she did? (Matthew 26:8-9)
–  Did Judas really want to give the money to the poor? (John 12:4-6)
–  What did Jesus say Mary had done for Him? (Matthew 26:12;John 12:7)
–  What is your greatest treasure? How can you use that to worship Jesus and thank Him for dying on the cross for us? 

Jesus knew He was going to die soon and be buried. He knew he would die to pay for the sins of all God’s people. And He knew that he would rise again on the third day, showing His power over sin and death? When Mary caused quite a scene by pouring the expensive perfume on Jesus, she did not care what others thought, and it didn’t bother her because she knew that Jesus was more valuable than anything in the world.  🌎

 Memory Verses for October:

 Ephesians 5:8b Walk as children of light (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true) and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works for darkness, but instead expose them. 

Ephesians 5:1-2a Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love as Christ loved us and gave Himself up for us a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. 

For numbers 4 and 5, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week:
4. You can read an article, Jesus was Anointedwritten just for this week, by the Gospel Project, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Please read it HERE.

5. Download a few pages from our teachers’ Sunday school curriculum that they would have used to prepare Sunday’s lessons, along with the same activity page we would have sent home with your K!DS by clicking HERE.

That’s all for now, NP K!DS. Keep honoring Jesus as your King and your greatest treasure 👑👀

For God’s K!ds

Miss Terri 

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Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
Text Messages to 951.642.3222

 

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27-OCT 3

JESUS RAISED LAZARUS

In today’s story, we get to hear what Jesus said and what He did, when He said,  “I am the resurrection and the life.” OK, NP K!ds, get ready because when our All-Powerful God speaks, we are ready to listen. 📖 + 📣 + 👂 = 😀💓🎉🙌

You go NP K!d’s Go!!

Miss Terri

There are five challenges for you to do below:

1. In the video below, we get to sing to our all-powerful God with Mr. Tri, Bless the Lord O My Soul, review last week’s bible and hear how God answers prayer with Miss Terri, and then we get to dig into this week’s lesson with Mr. Edison.

2. Watch this week’s lesson video outline of Jesus Raised Lazarus  (Mark John 11:1-7,17-44)

3. Open your Bibles📖 with your parents and enjoy reading John 11:1-7, 17-44

Now, answer these questions below; always look for yourself what the Bible says the answer is. YOU GO K!DS, GO!

–   Which of Jesus’ friends got sick? (John 11:1)
–  Who were Lazarus’ sisters? (John 11:1,21,32)
–  How much longer did Jesus stay in the place where He was? (John 11:6)
–  What happened to Lazarus while Jesus was away? (John 11:14)
–  How long had Lazarus been in the tomb when Jesus arrived? (John 11:17)
–  Which sister came to meet Jesus right away? (John 11:20)
–  Who did Jesus say He is? (John 11:25)
–  What did Martha believe about Jesus? (John 11:27)
–  What did Jesus shout? 📣 (John 11:42)                                                                                                                                                                       –  Why did Jesus raise people from the dead? (John 11:4)

When Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, he showed that He has power over death. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life.” Jesus died on the cross for our sin and rose from the dead. He gives eternal life to those who trust in Him. Jesus healed people from sickness, sin, and death.

4. Last Time – Memory Verses for September:

 Psalm 103 – Bless the LORD, O my soul, … Who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all our diseases.

 Proverbs 17:22 – A joyful heart is good medicine.

For numbers 5 and 6, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week:
5. You can read an article, Jesus Raised Lazaruswritten just for this week, by the Gospel Project, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Please read it HERE.

6. Download a few pages from our teachers’ Sunday school curriculum that they would have used to prepare Sunday’s lessons, along with the same activity page we would have sent home with your K!DS by clicking HERE.

That’s all for now, NP K!DS. Keep a-living for your ALL POWERFUL GOD!

For God’s K!ds

Miss Terri 

 Miss Terri  

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
Text Messages to 951.642.3222

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