Children's Ministry Lesson for October 31

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All of our classes will be held upstairs!  That being said, our Gospel Tots (ages 1-3) will be upstairs along with our Gospel Tykes/Kids (ages 4-8) and Gospel Students (ages 9-11).  The check-in process remains the same as before: check in your child downstairs at child check-in, then depending on the age of the child, you will either take them upstairs for Gospel Tots, or they will stay in service with you until dismissed Gospel Tykes/Kids and Gospel Students.  

For this Sunday, we will have classes for:
  • Gospel Tots - ages 1-3
  • Gospel Tykes/Kids - ages 4-8 Please bring water for your child labeled with their name.
  • Gospel Students - ages 9-11 or 3rd-5th grade 
THIS IS IMPORTANT:  Please don't forget to get your children from class once service is dismissed.

We use Gospel Project for Kids curriculum for the Children's Ministry at GLC.  The Gospel Project for Kids is a Christ-centered ongoing weekly Bible study resource that looks at the big picture of God's story; the story of redemption through Jesus Christ. Each week, kids of all ages will follow a chronological timeline of Bible events, all the while learning how each story points to the gospel of Jesus Christ.  

And now for this week's lesson... 

Melchizedek Blessed Abraham

This upcoming Sunday your child will learn about: Melchizedek blessed Abraham!
Story Point: Melchizedek means “king of righteousness.” Melchizedek reminds us of Jesus, an even greater priest and king who lives forever. Jesus died on the cross and rose again to bless all who trust in Him by providing forgiveness and eternal life.
Family Bible Reading: Psalm 135:5
Big Picture Question: Who is in control of everything?
Big Picture Answer:  God is in control of everything in heaven and on earth. Nothing is outside of God’s good plan.

Gospel Gems to Discuss at Home

Gospel Tots (ages 1-3)
  • Jesus came to bless us.
Gospel Tykes/Kids (ages 4-8)
  • Jesus is a priest and king like Melchizedek was, but Jesus is better! Jesus came to bless us. He died on the cross and rose again to give us life with God forever.
Gospel Students (ages 9-11)
  • Melchizedek means “king of righteousness.” Melchizedek reminds us of Jesus, an even greater priest and king who lives forever. Jesus died on the cross and rose again to bless all who trust in Him by providing forgiveness and eternal life.

Watch the Video Lesson Below!

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