Children's Ministry Lesson for May 1

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For this Sunday, we will have classes for:
  • Gospel Tots - ages 1 & 2 Years Old (downstairs)
  • Gospel Tykes - ages 3 & 4 Years Old (upstairs)
  • Gospel Kids - ages 5 - 8 Years Old 
  • Gospel Students - ages 9 - 11 Years Old
We are asking our parents, before dropping your child off in class, please wash your little ones hands.  Thank you!

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 weeks lesson... 

God Used Samson

This upcoming Sunday your child will learn about: God Used Samson!
Story Point:  Samson’s sin led to his own death, but God used his death to save the Israelites from their enemies. Samson’s story reminds us of Jesus. Jesus never sinned, but God sent Him to die on the cross and rise again to rescue people from sin and give them eternal life.
Family Bible Reading:  Romans 6:23
Big Picture Question: What is the fair payment for sin?
Big Picture Answer:  The fair payment for sin is death.

Gospel Gems to Discuss at Home

Gospel Tots (ages 1 & 2 years old)
  • Jesus died and rose again to rescue God’s people from sin and give them life with God forever.
Gospel Tykes (ages 3 & 4 years old)
  • God sent Samson to help His people. God sent Jesus to die and rise again to rescue God’s people from sin and give them life with God forever.
Gospel Kids (ages 5 - 8 years old)
  • Samson died because of his sin, but God used Samson’s death to help His people. Samson reminds us of Jesus. Jesus never sinned, but He died for our sin. Jesus died and rose again to rescue God’s people from sin and give them life with God forever.
Gospel Students (ages 9 - 11 years old)
  • Samson’s sin led to his own death, but God used his death to save the Israelites from their enemies. Samson’s story reminds us of Jesus. Jesus never sinned, but God sent Him to die on the cross and rise again to rescue people from sin and give them eternal life

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