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June 7th

As we are all continuing to stay safe and being obedient in our gathering together as a church, and have moved to online experience only, we wanted to make sure that our JKidZ stay in tune to our Bible Story Series.


This month our series is on “FAITH” – Trusting in what you can’t see because of what you can see!


Theme: “Focus - Take a closer look”


This week’s Lesson: Fearless

Bible Story: Fearless (Ananias Helps Paul) • Acts 9:10-31

Bottom Line: Knowing Jesus can help you face your fears.

Memory Verse: Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being sure of what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1, (NIrV)

Life App: Faith—Trusting in what you can’t see because of what you can see

Basic Truth: I can trust God no matter what.


Opener “Fun” activity:

What you need: paper plates, crayons

·      Instructions: Everyone to take a paper plate and sharing the crayons together, each person draw the face they make when they’re afraid on one side of the plate. On the other side of the plate, draw the face they make when they’re “facing their fears” and have faith. Now, flip the paper plate from “fear face” to “faith face” and back as fast as they can.

·      Then play a game where someone(parent) calls out, “Fear face,” or “Faith face,” at random times and in a random order. See if they can keep up by showing the correct side of the plate each time.



Parents:: Let’s start our time together with Prayer: 


“Dear God, please help our child(ren when at times they may be struggling through tough circumstances. Give them comfort and hope through just knowing that You are always with them and are always ready to help them face whatever lies in front of them. As parents we pray for wisdom of how to help them navigate their circumstances, and even at times they are not struggling, we ask that You plant seeds of encouragement in their hearts that they can refer back to when they do go through hard times. We ask these things in Jesus’ name, Amen”


In week two, in Acts 9:10-31 we see what happens after Jesus meets Paul on the road to Damascus. God came to Ananias, a follower of Jesus living in Damascus. Ananias knew Paul’s reputation, but he trusted that God would take care of him. He might have been scared, but he trusted that Jesus could change anyone, including a man like Paul. He even helped Paul escape Damascus when some of the religious leaders plotted to kill Paul. 


Bottom Line: Knowing Jesus can help you face your fears.

When we believe that Jesus conquered death itself, we can believe that Jesus can do anything. Knowing Jesus gives us a peace that passes all understanding. We might fear something from time to time, but we can put our trust in Jesus and know that we can face anything when He’s with us.


Parents:: Closing Prayer—after watching (intro-BIBLE STORY-& outro) videos.


“Dear God, thank You for sending Jesus to be our Savior. We want to know Jesus better for so many reasons. Knowing Him makes us brave. Please help us face our fears—whether we’re afraid to do the right thing like stand up for someone who needs our help, or to share Your love with others. We love You, and we ask these things in Jesus’ name, amen.”


To add visual understanding to the Bible Story, let’s take time to watch the following videos. 


We’re also introducing a couple of new Worship videos, so be sure to jump up and join in on learning the motions! 


REMINDER: Other resources to tune into this month’s Bible Story: go to and/or download Parent Cue app

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