Your Grace Kids resources for the week of July 27
Practice Psalm 19:1-4a, 7-10
Focus on the “Study It” section and “Discuss It” sections in the Lesson and reading the account of Jesus’ encounter with the woman at the well from John 4:1–42.
What does this teach us about God’s strategy in reaching the nations?
Why do we believe in the Good News of Jesus? Why do we want all people to know and believe this Good News of Jesus?
Review 1 Samuel 8-10
Watch Gospel project Bible story video: Israel Demanded a King
Discuss: God intended for a heavenly king to rule over Israel, but the Israelites did not trust God’s plan and wanted a king like the nations around them. God gave them a king, but Saul did not obey God. God had a plan to send His Son, Jesus. King Jesus trusted and obeyed God perfectly and died so sinners could be forgiven and accepted.
Who is our King? Jesus is our King forever, and He rules over the world.
Worship our King of Kings together:
LESSON 9: THE Strategy (continued)
Read Matthew 24:14
Discuss how your family can “Experience It.”
Finish up with the “Map It” section. Pick a country or region of your choice. Pray they will be reached with the Good News of Jesus.
Who is our King? Did you know we have a king? A king might not be the leader of our country, but we have a king who is ruler of the whole universe!
Have fun with a King Themed Family fun night
KING OF KINGS CROWN: Create a crown using a paper plate or pie tin
Adventures with the King: A HERO’S PRAYER and A Princess Prayer – Video Readings
In A Hero’s Prayer, Isaac wants to be a superhero so he can help others. After giving his snack to a girl who couldn’t afford to buy her favorite treat, Isaac learns that he already is a hero, because true heroes have hearts like God’s.
In A Princess Prayer, Elise longs to be a princess with a sparkly crown and beautiful dress and asks God to make her a real princess. She learns that she already is a real princess because she is the daughter of the King of kings.