Children's Ministry Lesson for June 5

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For this Sunday, we will have classes for:
  • Gospel Tots - ages 1 - 2 Years Old (downstairs)
  • Gospel Tykes - ages 3 - 5 Years Old (upstairs)
  • Gospel Kids - grades K - 2nd 
  • Gospel Students - grades 3rd - 5th
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... 

Israel Demanded a King

This upcoming Sunday your child will learn about: Israel Demanded a King
Story Point:  God intended for a heavenly king to rule over Israel, but the Israelites did not trust God’s plan. They wanted a king like the nations around them. God had a better plan: to eventually send His Son, Jesus, to be the perfect King forever.
Family Bible Reading: Isaiah 6:5
Big Picture Question: Why does sin separate us from God?
Big Picture Answer:  Because God is holy, sin has broken our relationship with God.

Gospel Gems to Discuss at Home

Gospel Tots (ages 1 & 2 years old)
  • God sent His Son, Jesus, to be king over the world.
Gospel Tykes (ages 3 -5 years old)
  • God gave the Israelites a king, but He had a plan to send His Son, Jesus, to be king over the whole world. Jesus would be the perfect King.
Gospel Kids (K - 2nd grade)
  • The Israelites did not trust God. They wanted a king. God gave the Israelites a king, but He had a plan to send His Son, Jesus, to be king over the whole world. Jesus would be the perfect King. Jesus would bring peace and save people from sin.
Gospel Students (3rd - 5th grade)
  • God intended for a heavenly king to rule over Israel, but the Israelites did not trust God’s plan. They wanted a king like the nations around them. God had a better plan: to eventually send His Son, Jesus, to be the perfect King forever.

Watch the video lesson below!

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