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The Week of August 2-8

THE PHARISEE AND THE TAX COLLECTOR

In today’s lesson, Jesus will tell us a story that will teach us about how we must have hearts that are humble and not prideful. I wonder if you will cry out to God and tell Him the wrong things you have done against Him today💔 😔. Will you tell Him that you need Him and that you love Him?🤔

Remember that Jesus loves when you come to Him with a heart that is humble.

😊 Miss Terri

 

There are six challenges for you to do below.

1. In the video below, Miss Terri will talk to you about what we should do when we have worries and when we are having a bad day:

2. Watch this week’s lesson video outline of The Pharisee and Tax Collector (Luke 18:9-14):

3. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Luke 18:9-14 and then work through the family discussion statements below:

 Look up the bible verses at the end of each statement and answer if the statement is True or False
–  Jesus told a story about a Pharisee and a tax collector. (Luke 18:9-10) 
–  The Pharisee prayed, “God, I thank You that I am not ugly.” (Luke 18:11)
–  The Pharisee fasted and tithed. (Luke 18:12)
–  The tax collector stood next to the Pharisee. (Luke 18:13)
–  The tax collector was sorry for the things he had done. (Luke 18:13) 
–  The tax collector prayed, “Have mercy on me, God! I am a child!” (Luke 18:13)
–  God was happy with the tax collector, and He forgave him. (Luke 18:14)  
–  God was happy with the Pharisee too. (Luke 18:14)
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–  Say 3 times: God rejects the proud but gives grace to the humble. 
–  Is it ever OK to think you are better than someone else? 
–  Can we make God love us more by doing good things? 
– What are some ways you are tempted to think you are better than someone else? 
– Spend some time praying and thanking God for mercy.   
 4. Now, say out loud your new memory verses for this month of August. You go NP K!ds, go!

 

Psalm 101:2 –  Serve the Lord with gladness!

John 20:31 – These are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. 

1 Peter 5:7 –  Cast all your anxiety upon Him, because he cares for you. 

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, The Pharisee and the Tax Collectorwritten 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. Look for next week’s message again and please remember to tune in this Wednesday for Wonderful Word Wednesdays/Virtual Bible School.

If you need anything, or just want to chat, don’t hesitate to call or email me. I love talking with you!!

For God’s K!d’s

💒

Miss Terri

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
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The Week of July 26-August 1

THREE PARABLES

😁 WE ARE SO HAPPY YOU ARE TUNING-IN K!DS!

In today’s lesson, Jesus teaches us what it is to be lost without Him. Jesus is the One who seeks and saves the lost.

I wonder,😏  who might you share the good news of Jesus with this week?

 Miss Terri 💕

 

There are six challenges for you to do below.

1. Miss Terri will get us ready for our lesson in this video. She will also ask you if you were changed by last week’s lesson challenge. Did your heart grow with more COMPASSION towards others? Was it because you chose to trust and obey God’s word?

2. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Three Parables from Luke 15:11-31:

3. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Luke 15:11-31 and then work through the family discussion questions below:

–  Jesus spent time teaching people whom the religious leaders did not like. Who were they? ( Luke 15:2) 
–  How many sheep did the man from the first parable have in total (Luke 15:4) 
–  What did the man do when he found his lost sheep? (Luke 15:6)
–  What did the woman do when she lost one of her coins? (Luke 15:8)
–  When did she celebrate with her friends? (Luke 15:9)
–  What did the younger son in the third parable do with the money his father gave him (Luke 15:13-14) 
–  How did the father greet the younger son when he returned home? (ran to him, warmly, joyfully, and with compassion; Luke 15:28-30)
–  Why was the older brother upset? (Luke 15:28-30)  
–  What great love God has for His children. Who can you tell this week, what Jesus has done for you? _________
–  Who can you tell to watch your Wonderful Word Wednesday/Virtual Bible School?
 4. We are so proud of you NP K!ds!! Keep working on memorizing your July memory verses. We will have new ones next week.

 

Luke 19:10 – “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”

Romans 5:8 “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.  

(Repeat from last month)
Mark 6:34 – “When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.

 

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, The Good Samaritan, written 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. Look for next week’s message again and please remember to tune in this Wednesday for Wonderful Word Wednesdays/Virtual Bible School.

If you need anything, or just want to chat, don’t hesitate to call or email me. I love talking with you!!

For God’s K!d’s

💒

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of July 19-25

THE GOOD SAMARITAN

YAY, YOU FAITHFUL NP KID, YOU ARE TUNING IN!

In today’s lesson, Jesus teaches us what it looks like to have compassion for others. 

I wonder who you will want to help out this week?

Miss Terri  💙💚💛💜

There are six challenges for you to do below.

1. Miss Terri shares some JOY and gets us ready for our lesson in this video:

2. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:-37):

3. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Luke 10:25-37 and then work through the family discussion questions below:

–  What question was Jesus asked in Luke 10:25? 
–  How did Jesus respond at first? (Luke 10:26-28) 
–  What was the lawyer’s next question? (Luke 10:29)
–  What happened to the man in the parable? (Luke 10:30)
–  Who did not stop to help the man? (Luke 10:31-32)
–  Who finally did help the man? (Luke 10:33) 
–  What did the Samaritan do for the man? (Luke 10:34-35)
–  Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom. 
–  What are some ways you show compassion to someone this week?
–  Who can you tell to watch your Wonderful Word Wednesday/Virtual Bible School?
4. We are so proud of you NP K!ds! Keep working on memorizing your new July memory verses. Ask your whole family to learn with you:

Luke 19:10 – “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”

Romans 5:8 “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

(Repeat from last month)
Mark 6:34 – “When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.

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, The Good Samaritanwritten 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. Look for next week’s message on Friday, and please remember to tune in this Wednesday for Wonderful Word Wednesdays/Virtual Bible School.

If you need anything, or just want to chat, don’t hesitate to call or email me.

For God’s K!d’s

💒

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of July 12-July 18

THE UNMERCIFUL SERVANT

SO GLAD YOU ARE TUNING IN  NP K!DS!

In today’s lesson, Peter asks Jesus to answer a very serious question about sin and forgiveness. It is an important question we must all know the answer to. 🙄

So, go right now and find out what Peter found out.

😏 I am so proud of you!

Miss Terri 

 

There are six challenges for you to do below.

1. Miss Terri has some serious questions for you in this video:

2. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of The Unmerciful Servant from Matthew 18:21-35.

3. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Matthew 18:21-35 and working through the family discussion questions below:

–  It’s hard to forgive someone when they do something to us that makes us angry or upset. When was the last time you forgave someone? 
–  When was the last time you said you were sorry to someone? 
–  Does God forgive you when you tell Him you are sorry and you mean it? Say your memory verse out loud to someone near you right now for the answer.
Romans 5:8 “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” When we believe in Jesus, we can show mercy and forgiveness to other people and forgive them just as God has forgiven us. 
–  How many times did Peter think he should forgive someone? (Matthew 18:21)
–  How many times did Jesus say to forgive someone? (Matthew 18:22)
–  In the parable, did the servant owe the King a lot of money? Yes or no?  (Matthew 16:8:24) 
–  What did the King do for the servant? (Matthew 18:27)
–  What did the servant do to the man who owed him money? (Matthew 18:30)
–  Why was the king angry? (The king forgave the servant what he could never repay, and the servant did not forgive the small amount; Matthew 18:32-33)
–  Who paid the debt for our sins? (Romans 4:25)  
–  Why can we forgive others? (God has greatly forgiven us, Ephesians 4:32)   
–  What are some ways you can share what Jesus has done for you?
–  Another way you can share Jesus is to tell someone about our Wonderful Word Wednesday/Virtual Bible School. Who will you tell?
 4. We are so proud of you K!ds!! Keep working on memorizing your new July memory verses. Ask your whole family to learn with you:

  

Luke 19:10 – “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”

Romans 5:8 “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

(Repeat from last month)
Mark 6:34 – “When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.

 

For numbers 5 and 6, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, The Unmerciful Servantwritten 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.

8. 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. Look for next week’s message again and please remember to tune in this Wednesday for Wonderful Word Wednesdays/Virtual Bible School.

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

For God’s K!d’s

💒  

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of July 5-July 11

PARABLE OF THE SOWER

Hear ye, hear ye, you wonderful NP K!ds!

You are here to hear from Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23, where Jesus will tell us a story that has a deeper meaning to those of us who love Him.

📖🌱

You go NP K!d’s, go!

Miss Terri 🌻

 

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1, 2, and 3:

1. Mrs. Lynn, Chloe, and Davy Green get to say, “Hi!” and tell us our July memory verses.

2. Miss Terri will spread something all over.

3. Mr. Tri will help lead us to sing to God with our hearts and voices.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23).

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Matthew 13:1-9,18-23 and work through the family discussion questions below:

–  How many kinds of soils did Jesus talk about seeds falling into? (Four: along the path, rocky soil, among thorns, and good soil. Matthew 13:14-8; Mark 4:4-7; Luke 8:5-8)
–  What happened to the seed that did not land in good soil? (They were eaten by birds, withered, or were choked out. They did not produce a crop. Matthew 13:4-7: Mark 4:4-6; Luke 8:5-7)
–  What did the good soil represent? (People who hear and believe the gospel. Their lives are changed by the truth. Matthew 13:23; Mark 4:20; Luke 8:15)
– What happened to the seeds that fell in good soil?  (They grew and produced a large crop. Matthew 13:8; Mark 4:8; Luke 8:8)
–  Why did Jesus tell parables? (Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom. Jesus explained the story to His disciples so they would know that not everyone who hears the gospel believes it. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t tell someone the gospel if we think they won’t believe. God tells us to be sowers of the good news, to share the gospel with others, and trust Him to change people’s hearts.) 💕
– What are some ways you can share Jesus with others?
–  One way you can share Jesus is to share about our Wonderful Word Wednesday/Virtual Bible School. Who will you tell?
 6. Keep working all week at memorizing your new July memory verses and challenge your whole family to learn with you:   

Luke 19:10 – “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”

Romans 5:8 “But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

(Repeat from last month)
Mark 6:34 – “When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.

 

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, Parable of the Sowerwritten 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.

8. 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. Look for next week’s message again and please remember to tune in this Wednesday for Wonderful Word Wednesdays/Virtual Bible School.

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

For God’s K!d’s

📖🌱

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of June 28-July 4

JESUS AND ZACCHAEUS

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

It’s so good to tree with you! 🌳

Our bible story today is in Luke 19:1-10. We will see how a man trusted in Jesus. When this man trusted in Jesus, it changed everything for him. How wonderful it is to know that Jesus came to seek and save the lost people of the world.

💒

Miss Terri

 

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in Luke 4:14-30.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, and 3:

1. Sing a song to God.

2. Hear from Miss Terri.

3. Look at a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tree.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Jesus and Zaccheus (Luke 19:1-10).

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Luke 19:1-10 and work through the family discussion questions below:

–  Zaccheus lived in what city? (Luke 19:1-2)
–  What was Zacchaeus’ job? (Luke 19:2) 
–  Jesus told Zaccheus He was going to stay at Zaccheus’s what? (Luke 19:5)
–  How much of possessions did Zaccheus offer to give to the poor people? (Luke 19:8)
– Tell your parents that the word repent means to turn away from sin and to turn toward God. 
– Then next time you sin, remember to stop, say your sorry and repent. God will help you with this if you ask Him.  
– Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.
– What did Zaccheus climb to see Jesus? (Luke 19:4)
–  Have you seen a Sycamore tree lately? Keep your eyes out for a Sycamore tree and of course, always keep a lookout for the prettiest light purple trees ever! The Jacaranda trees of Corona. I wonder how many of you will want to ask your parents if you can climb a tree or plant a tree. 🌱

 

6. Keep working all week at memorizing your new June memory verses and challenge your whole family to learn with you:    

John 14:6 –  Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Mark 6:34 –  When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.  
*Bonus Challenge: Start learning the New Testament Books of the Bible: MatthewMark, Luke, JohnActsRomans, and 1 &2 Corinthians

 

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, Jesus and Zaccheuswritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.

8. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of June 21-June 27

JESUS REJECTED AT NAZARETH

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

It’s so good to beeee with you!🐝🌻

Our bible story today is in Luke 4:14-30. We will see how Jesus used Scripture to explain who He is. Jesus also told people what the Scripture meant. Let’s figure out how Jesus revealed his identity in our story today.

Thank you for opening your sweet ears and heart again today to Jesus,  I hope you have a sweet and beeeeautiful learning time today.

🍯

Miss Terri

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in Luke 4:14-30.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, and 3:

1. Sing a song to God.

2. Hear from Miss Terri.

3. Watch some busy bees doing their duty.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Jesus Rejected at Nazareth (Luke 4:14-30).

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading Luke 4:14-30 and work through the family discussion questions below:

– Is the Book of Luke in the Old Testament or the New Testament? 
– What was the name of Jesus’ hometown? (Luke 4:16) 
– Did Jesus say that Isaiah’s prophecies were coming true because of HIm? (Luke 4:21)
– Were the people in the synagogue filled with rage or love for Jesus when they heard Him talk? (Luke 4:28)
– What did the people want to do to Jesus? (Luke 4:29-30)
Jesus did pass through the crowd unharmed this time. But later on we know that it was God’s plan and God’s timing for Jesus to be arrested and killed by the people who did not believe He was telling the truth. His death and resurrection made the way for us to be forgiven and live with God forever. Thank Jesus right now for choosing to die for your sins.  
– Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.

6. Keep working all week at memorizing your new June memory verses and challenge your whole family to learn with you:    

John 14:6 –  Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Mark 6:34 –  When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.  
*Bonus Challenge: Start learning the New Testament Books of the Bible: MatthewMark, Luke, JohnActsRomans, and 1 &2 Corinthians

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, Jesus Rejected at Nazarethwritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.

8. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of April June 14-June 20

Jesus Met a Samaritan Woman

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

Hey, hey, hey, it’s great you are drinking in God’s Word today. Thanks K!ds!

Might want to grab a drink of water 🍶before you start. This lesson will make you thirsty.

Today, in John 4:1- 42, you will hear how your compassionate Jesus talked with a woman who so desperately needed to know Him.

I’m so proud that you are ready to do this lesson. Let’s do this!

💒

Miss Terri

 

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in John 4:1- 42.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, and 3:

1. Hear from Mr. Edison, Mrs. Lisa, Ben, Eli, and Joey.  

2. Sing about a River to God with Mr. Tri.

3. Play in the water with Miss Terri.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Jesus Net a Samaritan Woman (John 4:1-42).

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy reading John 4:1-42 and work through the family discussion questions below:

– What section of the Bible tells us about Jesus’ ministry on earth? (the Gospels)
– Where did Jesus stop during His journey to Galilee? (John 4:3-6)
– Whom did Jesus meet at the well? (John 4:7)
– What did Jesus say to the woman? (John 4:7)
– Why was the woman surprised that Jesus was talking to her? (John 4:9)
– What kind of water did Jesus say He could give the woman?  (John 4:10)
– Who did Jesus tell the woman to bring to the well? (John 4:16)
– Who did the woman know was coming (John 4:25)
– Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.

 

6. Keep working all week at memorizing your new June memory verses and challenge your whole family to learn with you:    

John 14:6 –  Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Mark 6:34 –  When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.  
*Bonus Challenge: Start learning the New Testament Books of the Bible: MatthewMark, Luke, JohnActsRomans, and 1 &2 Corinthians

 

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, Jesus and John the Baptistwritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.

8. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of April June 7-June 13

Jesus and John the Baptist

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

How I miss all of you!

It will be so wonderful when we are finally able to physically be together again at church. It will be so great to catch up with each other as we will be laughing, learning, and loving each other all awhile.

Get ready right now to grow closer and more in love with your great, great, God.

Today as we open our bible, in John 3:22-36, you will get to learn about a man whose main goal in life was to get people ready for Jesus, the promised Messiah. This man was the forerunner. The one who went ahead, preparing the people by teaching them about Jesus. When his job was done, he joyfully stepped aside as Jesus began his earthly ministry.

Let’s do this NP Kids!

🤔💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in John 3:22-36.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, and 3:

1. Hear what your new June Memory challenges are from Mrs. Stacey, Joshua, and Marianda.

2. Miss Terri will have some things for you to think about as you get ready for …

3. Singing to God with Mr. Tri.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review of Jesus and John the Baptist from John 3:22-36.

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying this month’s memory verses again.

– What was Jesus doing in the countryside? John 3:22 
– What did John’s followers tell John? John 3:26
–  John said he was not whom? John 3:28
–  To which people at a wedding did John compare Jesus and himself?  John 3:29
– Who did John say must become greater? John 3:30 
– Why did Jesus deserve the spotlight? 
– How can we show that Jesus is most important in our lives?
– Where did Jesus come from? John 3:31
– Whose words does Jesus speak?  John 3:34
– What will those who believe in Jesus have? John 3:36
– Say this out loud: Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah. 
–  Talk to Jesus right now and tell Him why He is so great.  

Keep working all week at memorizing your new June memory verses and challenge your whole family to learn with you:    

John 14:6 –  Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Mark 6:34 –  When he went ashore he saw a great crowd, and he had compassion on them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd. And He began to teach them many things.  
*Bonus Challenge: Start learning the New Testament Books of the Bible: MatthewMark, Luke, JohnActsRomans, and 1 &2 Corinthians

 

For numbers 6 and 7, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
6. You can read an article, Jesus and John the Baptistwritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.

7. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
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The Week of April May 31-June 6

Jesus Met Nicodemus

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

God is so good to bring us all together, here again, so we can continue to grow more in love with Him.

Today, you’ll hear how a curious guy sought out Jesus to ask Him a question. Jesus told him about God’s great plan. This curious guy got his question answered.

Enjoy, you curious NP Kids’. Enjoy!

🤔💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in John 3:1-21.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, 3, and 4:

1. Say, “Hi,” to  Mr. D.J., Mrs. Maddie, Samuel, Ben, and Naomi.

2. Worship with Mr. Tri.

3. Miss Terri will then have some thoughts for you before you dig into God’s Word.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review of John 3:1-21, where Nicodemus meets Jesus.

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying this month’s memory verses again.

– Read John 3:1-21 out loud.
– Who visited Jesus at night? John 3:1-2
– What was Nicodemus’s job? John 3:1.
– What did Jesus say must happen for a person to see the kingdom of God? John 3:3
– What kind of birth was Jesus talking about? Nicodemus needed a new life–eternal life–but he could not do anything to earn it. 
– What Old Testament story did Jesus talk about? John 3:1-4
– How did God show His love to the world? Say John 3:16 & 17 out loud.
– Are you excited about your forever life with Jesus? 
– Pray with someone thanking God for what He has done for you. 

May memory verses. Have fun learning what you can and challenge your parents to learn with you:

Psalm 31:24 – “Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!”
Matthew 4:10 – “Be gone Satan! For it is written, you shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.” 
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

**Bonus** Can you learn it with your name?
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved (your name), that He gave His only Son, that if (your name) believes in Him (your name) should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn (your name) but in order that (your name) might be saved through him.”

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
6. You can read an article, Jesus Met Nicodemuswritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.

7. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

 

The Week of April May 24-30

Jesus Was Tempted

😀 Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

I’m so glad you’re tuning in, again and again, each week. Today, you will hear how important it is to know what the Bible really says, and not to depend on what others might tell you it says. We always must test what others tell us. So, let’s now find out more about your great God words to us. Here we go!

You go NP Kids’ Go!

God is proud of you! 💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 8 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in Matthew 4:1-22

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2, 3, and 4:

1. Listen to Miss Terri.

2. Go on a lizard hunt and do pushups or jumping jacks.

3. Sing to God with Mr. Tri.

4. Watch Mr. Donovan Stites get us started with our story.

5. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Matthew 4:1-22.

6. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying this month’s memory verses again.

– Read Matthew 4:1-22
– What kind of things tempt you to sin?

The Bible says that God gives us the power to resist temptation. When we say no to sin, we show God that He is most important in our lives, more important than doing what we want to do. Now kids, open your Bible and read out loud 1 Corinthians 10:13.  

– In today’s story, where was Jesus? Matthew 4:1, 4:5, 4:8 
– What did the Devil tempt Jesus to do? Matt 4:3, Matt 4:6, Matt 4:9
– How did Jesus respond to what the Devil said? With God’s Words – Matthew 4:4, 4:7, 4:10
– Jesus was tempted by the evil devil, but did He sin?  Never ever did He sin!

Jesus was tempted, but He trusted God and never sinned. Jesus is perfect and righteous. A perfect sacrifice was required to take away sin. Jesus was the perfect sacrifice. He died on the cross to free us from sin and to give us the power to say no to temptation.

May memory verses. Have fun learning what you can and challenge your parents to learn with you:

Psalm 31:24 – “Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!”
Matthew 4:10 – “Be gone Satan! For it is written, you shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.” 
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

**Bonus** Can you learn it with your name?
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved (your name), that He gave His only Son, that if (your name) believes in Him (your name) should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn (your name) but in order that (your name) might be saved through him.”

For numbers 7 and 8, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
7. You can read an article, Jesus Was Temptedwritten 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 oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.
8. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
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The Week of April May 17-23

Jesus Was Baptized

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

I’m so glad you’re tuning in, again and again, each week. Today, you will hear how important it is to know what the Bible really says, and not to depend on what others might tell you it says. We always must test what others tell us. So, let’s now find out more about your great God words to us. Here we go!

You go NP Kids’ Go!

God is proud of you! 💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 7 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus on God’s Words in  Matthew 3:13-17, Mark 1:11, Luke 3:21-22, John 1:19-34, and Luke 2:40-52.

1. Enjoy singing to God with Mr. Tri

2. Listen to some bird sounds from Miss Terri.

3. Hear from two of your teachers who miss you.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:11; Luke 3:21-22: John 1:19-34.

5. Open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying this month’s memory verses again.

– Who was baptized in our Bible story today? (Jesus, who never sinned)
– What kind of people are baptized today? (repentant sinners, sorry sinners, people who realize they need to be saved from their sins through Jesus)
– Where was Jesus baptized? (in the Jordan River)
– Where are people baptized today? (in water, in a church baptistry, swimming pool, pond or, people can even be baptized in the ocean)
– Why was Jesus baptized? (to obey God, to set an example from us)
– Why are people baptized today? (to follow Jesus’ example, to show others that we have trusted in Jesus)
– Who Baptized Jesus? (John)
– Who baptized us? (a pastor or church leader)
– Whose baptism is pleasing to God? 9Jesus’ and ours)
– Imagine if someone had never heard of Baptism before. How would you describe baptism and what it means?

May memory verses. Have fun learning what you can and challenge your parents to learn with you:

Psalm 31:24 – “Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!”
Matthew 4:10 – “Be gone Satan! For it is written, you shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.” 
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

**Bonus** Can you learn it with your name?
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved (your name), that He gave His only Son, that if (your name) believes in Him (your name) should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn (your name) but in order that (your name) might be saved through him.”

For numbers 6 and 7, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
6. You can read an article, Jesus Was Baptized, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.
7. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

Terilyn Brown
Ministry Director, Children
Northpoint Evangelical Free Church
tbrown@nothhpointcorona.org
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The Week of April May 10-16

Jesus at the Temple

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

I’m so glad you’re tuning in today! This must mean you’re ready to find out more about your great God. Here we go. Have fun seeking and finding out more about His never-ending love for you.

You go NP Kids’ Go!

God is proud of you! 💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 7 challenges to help you focus on Luke 2:40-52.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1,2 and 3:

1. Enjoy singing to your Great God with Mr. Tri.

2. Find out why Miss Terri has had a cartoon character around lately.

3. Try to guess who the mystery Sunday School teachers are for this week.

4. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Luke  2:40-52.

5. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions

– Why did Jesus’ family travel to Jerusalem? Luke 2:41
– How often did the Jewish people celebrate Passover?
Luke 2:41
– How old was Jesus in today’s Bible story?
Luke 2:42
– How long did Mary and Joseph travel before they realized Jesus was missing?
Luke 2:44
– What was Jesus doing at the temple?
Luke 2:46
– Why did Jesus say He was at the temple?
Luke 2:49
– Did Jesus sin by staying behind in Jerusalem?
Luke 2:51;2 Cor. 5:21
– What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
– Say out loud, Jesus came to earth to do His Father’s plan.

May memory verses. Have fun learning what you can and challenge your parents to learn with you:

Psalm 31:24 – “Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!”
Matthew 4:10 – “Be gone Satan! For it is written, you shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.” 
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

**Bonus** Can you learn it with your name?
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved (your name), that He gave His only Son, that if (your name) believes in Him (your name) should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn (your name) but in order that (your name) might be saved through him.”

For numbers 6 and 7, get your parents!

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week – 
6. You can read an article, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.
7. 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

The Week of April May 3-9

Jesus Was Born

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

I’m excited you’re here. You’re here wanting to hear from God through His Word, the Bible. The more time we spend with someone, the more we know them.

God is proud of you! 💒

Miss Terri

Here are your 6 challenges to help you focus on Luke 2:1-20.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:

1. Start with some questions with Miss Terri and a few mystery teachers.
2. Enjoy singing to your Great God with Mr. Tri.

3. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Luke 2:1-20.

 

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions

– Mary and Joseph traveled to what city? Luke 2:4
– What happened while Mary and Joseph were in Bethlehem? Luke 2:6-7
– What good news did the angel tell the shepherds? Luke 2:11
– Where did the Shepherds go when the angels left? Luke 2:15
– What did the Shepherds do when they left Bethlehem? Luke 2:17-18,20
– How did the wise men know Jesus had been born? Matthew 2:2
– What gifts did the wise men bring Jesus? Matthew 2:11
– Why didn’t the wise men tell Herod where Jesus was? Matthew 2:12
– Why was Jesus born? Luke 2:11
– Say our big picture question out loud – What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.

May memory verses. Have fun learning what you can and challenge your parents to learn with you:

Psalm 31:24 – “Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!”
Matthew 4:10 – “Be gone Satan! For it is written, you shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve.”
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but in order that the world might be saved through him.”

**Bonus** Can you learn it with your name?
John 3:16-17 – “For God so loved (your name), that He gave His only Son, that if (your name) believes in Him (your name) should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn (your name) but in order that (your name) might be saved through him.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

The Week of April 26-May 2

Mary Praised God

Hello Wonderful NP K!ds,

I’m excited for these next few moments with you as we get to go back in history and hear the story of how the rescue plan for Jesus to come to earth all got started. God’s story is the best true story ever!

Will you thank whoever set you up online to watch today’s story, and then let’s get started! 😀

I am so proud of you!

You go K!Ds Go!

Miss Terri

Here are your 6 challenges to help you focus on Luke 1:26-38, 46-55.

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:

1. Watch Miss Terri’s fish.
2. Enjoy singing to your Great God with Mr. Tri, and Miss Terri’s thoughts about our lesson.

3. Watch this weeks’ story review lesson of Luke 1:26-38, 46-55.

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions

– How do you think Elizabeth’s baby knew Jesus was near?
– How do you think Mary felt about being the Messiah’s mother?
– Mary was willing to follow God’s plan even though being Jesus’ mother would not be easy. Can you talk about other difficult things God asks people to do?
– What is your favorite part of today’s story and why?
– Say our big picture question out loud: What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man

– Say your two memory verses out loud for this month of April:  

Matthew 29:6 – “He is not here, for He has Risen, as He said.”

Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message next Friday afternoon!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

The Week of April 19-25

From Abraham to Jesus

Hi, Hi, Hi, NP K!Ds,

How wonderful it is that you are doing this now! Your heart is desiring to know God more. The more time we spend with someone, the more we know them. As you are now ready to learn more truths of who God is, you will be able to show Him off more and more with your friends, family, and strangers. And remember NP K!ds, even though Easter day is past, the Resurrection/Easter story is the best news ever and is to be told every single opportunity God gives you to do so.

Jesus rose from the dead. Jesus chose to die on the cross so we can live. Through His death and resurrection, He won the final victory over sin and death! He proved once and for all He is who He said He is: God the Almighty, the Creator, and Savior of the world. If we invite Jesus to be King of our lives and we repent of our sins and follow Him, we have the assurance of going to Heaven and living forever with Him.

Keep thinking it, reading it, telling it and yes, even yell it NP K!Ds.  Someone might be listening.

I am so proud of you!

Miss Terri

Here are your 6 challenges for you to do below as we all get to focus in the New Testament today in Matthew 1:1-17:

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:

1. Watch my video summary of this week’s lesson on Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection from Matthew 26:36-28:10 and John 18:1-20:18.
2. Enjoy worshipping your Great God with Mr. Tri.

3. Watch this weeks’ story summary, From Abraham to Jesus, from Matthew 1:1-17:

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions

– Look at some family photos.
– Why do you think Jesus’ earthly family matters?
– What promises did God make to Abraham and David?
– How can we know that Jesus fulfilled those promises?
– Say this week’s big picture question and this month’s memory verses out loud.
– Big picture question = What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
– Have a contest with someone in your family on who can find the most words using the letters in “NEW TESTAMENT.
– Say out loud your two memory verses for this month of April:  

Matthew 29:6 – “He is not here, for He has Risen, as He said.”

Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message around Monday, Wednesday, April 22!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

The Week of April 12-18 – Easter Sunday

Jesus is Risen, He is Risen indeed!

What a great day to know that we are God’s children! I hope you all have some fun this week enjoying the beauty of spring. Flowers, baby squirrels, birds, eggs and maybe a baby bunny hopping around. God treats us to new life in the springtime. How great to get some sweet candy too. But, we need to remind each other that Easter is the celebration of so much more. It’s that time of year we celebrate that Jesus rose from the dead. Jesus chose to die on the cross so we can live. Through His death and resurrection, He won the final victory over sin and death! He proved once and for all, He is who He said He is: God the Almighty, the Creator, and Savior of the world. If we invite Jesus to be King of our lives and we repent of our sins and follow Him, we have the assurance of going to Heaven and living forever with Him. It is always a good day because as it says in Matthew 29:6: “He is not here, for He has Risen, as He said.”

I have another six challenges to do below:

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:
1. Watch my video summary of this week’s lesson on Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection from Matthew 26:36-28:10 and John 18:1-20:18.
2. Enjoy worshipping your Great God with Mr. Tri.

3. Watch this weeks’ story of Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection from Matthew 26:36-28:10 and John 18:1-20:18:

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions

– What are some things you could do to show love for someone today?
– Why did people want to kill Jesus?
– How do you think Jesus’ disciples felt when Jesus was arrested and killed?
– How do you think Jesus’ disciples felt when they saw Jesus was alive?
– Is Jesus King of your life? Is He the One you honor, trust and obey above all others?
– Pray together thanking God for all He has done for you and for your family.
– Say out loud your two memory verses for this month of April:  

Matthew 29:6 – “He is not here, for He has Risen, as He said.”   

Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczyk, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message around Monday, Wednesday, April 15!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

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The Week of April 5-11 – Palm Sunday

From Miss Terri’s Desk (at home!)

For our NP K!ds:

Hi to You Wonderful NP K!ds!

I have another six challenges to do below:

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:
1. Watch my video summary of Jesus’ Triumphal Entry from Matthew 21:1-17, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, and John 12:12-19.
2. Enjoy worshipping your Great God with Mr. Tri.

3. Watch this weeks’ story of Jesus’ Triumphal Entry from Matthew 21:1-17, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, and John 12:12-19:

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions
– Talk about a time something happened in a way you didn’t expect.– Did the unexpected situation turn out better or worse in the end?
– What kind of King did the people expect Jesus to be?
– What kind of King is Jesus?
– Is Jesus King of your life? Is He the One you honor, trust and obey above all others?
– Pray together thanking God for all He has done for you and for your family.
– Say your two memory verses for the month of April out loud:

Memory Verses

Matthew 29:6 – “He is not here, for He has Risen, as He said.”   

Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczy, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message around Monday, April 13!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

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Northpoint K!DS’ “Big Group Time”

The Week of March 29-April 2

From Miss Terri’s Desk (at home!)

For our NP K!ds:

Hi, Hi, and a Million Hellos to You Wonderful NP K!ds!

This week, I’ve got 6 big challenges to do below. Enjoy!

Watch the first video below for numbers 1 and 2:
1. Watch my video summary of Malachi 1-4.
2. Enjoy worshipping your Great God with Mr. Tri.

3. Watch this weeks’ story of Malachi the prophet (Malachi 1-4) below:

4. Now, open your Bibles with your parents and enjoy working through the family discussion questions and saying the memory verses below.

Family Discussion Questions
– What are some ways you worship and connect with God?
– What are some ways we can grow lazy in worshiping God?
– How does God want us to give?
– Who was the messenger Malachi prophesied about? (See Malachi 3:1; Mark 1:24)
– Open up the front of your Bible and flip through saying all the books of the Old Testament.
– Say your two memory verses out loud:

Memory Verses
Lamentations 2:33-23 – The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”
Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

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, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczy, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! 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. Look for next week’s message around Wednesday, April 6!

If you ever want to email, call, or text me, just ask your parents. Enjoy growing closer to your Great God through His wonderful words with each other!

You Go NP K!DS, GO!

I love you so,

Miss Terri

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The Week of March 22-28

From Miss Terri’s Desk (at home!)

1. For our NP K!ds:

Hello to all you wonderful NP K!DS!

Well, I made my first review video of Nehemiah 3:1-6:16. Yikes! I hope I get better at it. It is so different not having you in person to discuss it out loud with me. I hope that after you watch it, you’ll make time to look at our Bible story summary video for this week: Ezra Read the Law (Nehemiah 8:1-12). Once you watch the summary, open your Bible with your parents and enjoy doing the family discussion questions, saying the memory verse, and, if you want, there are a couple of activity sheets below too you can print out for fun.

If you ever want to email, call, or text me, just ask your parents. Enjoy growing closer to your Great God with each other!.

You Go NP K!ds, GO!

I love you so. …

In Him,

Miss Terri

 

Miss Terri’s Video

 Story Summary Video

Family Discussion Questions (Nehemiah 8:1-12)

– Can you name (out loud!) three reasons why knowing God’s Word helpful?
– When might we feel sad when reading God’s Words?
– What do we know from the Bible that gives us a reason to celebrate?
– Say your two memory verses out loud: Lamentations 3:22-23 and Romans 10:9

Hold your Bible tight before you fall asleep tonight. Think of doing that as giving God a hug and Him hugging right back.

March Memory Challenges
Lamentations 2:33-23 – The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”

Romans 10:9 – “If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

 

2. For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week
– You can read an article, written just for this week, by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczy, that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.
– You can also 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. Look for next week’s message on Sunday, March 22!

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The Week of March 15-21

From Miss Terri’s Desk (at home!)

Hello NP K!DS’ Parents,

While we have to be apart, I thought it would be good to continue working through our Gospel Project for Kids curriculum, as if we were still meeting every Sunday. So, each week, I’ll post a short note to the K!DS to set up the lesson for the week, the video of the lesson, and links to the same materials we typically send home each week to reinforce the week’s teaching.

Here’s how it will work: we’ve got something for our NP K!ds just below this note, followed at the bottom by resources for parents.

God willing, we won’t have to “gather” this way for too long!

If you need anything, please, please, don’t hesitate to email me at tbrown@northpointcorona.org.

In Him,

Miss Terri

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

For our NP K!ds:

Hello to all you wonderful NP K!ds!

I’ve never liked technology, but without it, I wouldn’t be able to “talk” to you right now. So, thank God for email.

Things are so disrupted and weird right now, aren’t they? The Bible is full of stories of disruption. God wanted people back then, and God wants us to know today how to handle hard times today too.  We have a lot to deal with as we’re waiting for the germs to go away. We’re anxious. We’re worried. But we’re not supposed to be. Instead, when we feel like that, we’re supposed to focus on God and His Word. When you take the time to talk with God and read His Words, you become stronger in His wisdom and His knowledge. When you do that, you can handle the crazy stuff. God is so good! There is nothing better than to know God is in charge and the King of the world–and your life! Don’t forget that. Think of it all the time. He loves you no matter what, and He will never ever leave alone!

Now, watch this week’s story summary video below from Nehemiah 3:1-6:16, about a time when God’s people were disrupted too. When you’re done, go through the Family Discussion Starters below with your family.

Well, that’s all I have for you this week. I’ll do the same thing next week … and each week until we meet in person again.

Miss you! Stay strong in the Lord.

Miss Terri

Family Discussion Starters
– What are some ways you can honor God by helping your friends or family this week?
– What can make us feel discouraged when we have difficult things to do?
– How does God encourage us to keep working hard?
– Tell about a time you accomplished something that was hard to do. How did you feel after you did it? 

March Memory Challenges
Lamentations 2:33-23 – The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”

Romans 10:9 –If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.”

From Miss Terri’s Desk (at home!) to Parents:

For our NP Parents:

NP K!DS’ Resources for THIS week
– You can read an article written by the Gospel Project’s Brian Dembowczy that our teachers would have read in preparation for teaching their lessons this past Sunday. It’s oh so insightful, helpful, and encouraging! Read it HERE.
– You can also 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. Look for next week’s message on Sunday, March 22!

 

Miss Terri