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AUGUST 16TH - THE PHARISEE & THE TAX COLLECTOR

Jesus was making His way to Jerusalem—the place where everything written about the Son of Man would be accomplished. (See Luke 18:31-33.) Jesus moved between towns and villages, teaching Pharisees and scribes, tax collectors and sinners, and His own disciples along the way. Luke 18:9-14 describes a parable Jesus told to a specific group: “to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and looked down on everyone else” (Luke 18:9). 

The parable presents two men who went up to the temple to pray. The first, a Pharisee, was proud and believed he was righteous because of his own deeds. He stood up and prayed, thanking God that he was not as sinful as other people.

The second, a tax collector, humbly acknowledged his sin and asked God for mercy. Jesus explained that the tax collector—and not the Pharisee—went home justified.

The tax collector knew he needed God to forgive him, and he cried out to God. Everyone is a sinner who needs forgiveness. Jesus took the punishment for our sin by dying on the cross. We can cry out to God like the tax collector and because of Jesus, God will forgive us.

As you talk with your kids, explain that God rejects the proud but gives grace to the humble. The sin of pride keeps us from Jesus. Pride is thinking we are better than we really are. Someone with the attitude of the Pharisee sees no need for Jesus. The Pharisee focused on sins he had avoided rather than confessing his sin, but the tax collector knew he had no standing before a righteous God. He asked for mercy, and God was merciful to him.

God did not look at the Pharisee—nor does He ever look at us—and say, “Wow, that’s impressive.” God sees us for who we really are: sinners in need of forgiveness. Jesus took the punishment for our sin by dying on the cross. God wants everyone to be saved (See 1 Tim. 2:4; 2 Pet. 3:9), and we can come to Him with nothing but empty hands of faith. We can cry out to God like the tax collector and because of Jesus, God will forgive us.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus told stories about God.
  • Jesus told a story about people needing God’s forgiveness.
  • The tax collector asked God to forgive him.
  • God forgives us through His Son, Jesus.

Preschool

  • Why did Jesus tell stories? Jesus told stories to teach people about God.
  • Jesus taught about being humble.

Kids

  • Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom.
  • God rejects the proud but gives grace to the humble.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • When do you feel too prideful?
  • When do you feel humble?
  • Why do you think God wants us to be humble?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Mark 6:34

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AUGUST 9TH - THREE PARABLES

In Luke 19, Jesus went after Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector. Zacchaeus was not well liked, but his interaction with Jesus led him to repent of his wrongdoing. Jesus said to him, “The Son of Man has come to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10).

Who are “the lost”? What does it mean to be lost? In Luke 15, Jesus told three parables to the crowd of tax collectors, sinners, Pharisees, and scribes. Jesus’ teaching brought gospel truth to the tax collectors and sinners—those whose unrighteousness separated them from God—and to the Pharisees and scribes—those whose relied on their own righteous efforts for salvation.

The first two parables are similar. In one, a man loses a sheep. He leaves his flock to find the missing sheep, and he rejoices when it is found. In the second, a woman loses a silver coin. The woman carefully searches her home until she finds it. Then, she calls her neighbors and friends to celebrate with her. Heaven rejoices when even one sinner repents. Finally, Jesus told a parable about two sons. The younger son asked for his inheritance, wasted his money on immoral living, and decided to return to his father. Rather than rejecting his wayward son, the father embraced him. The older son, who had always been obedient to his father, reacted with anger.

As you read Luke 15, think about the crowd Jesus was speaking to. The focus is often placed on the younger son—the one with whom the tax collectors and sinners could identify—but Jesus also made a point about the older son. He was like the Pharisees and scribes, focused on his own morality and feeling entitled to his father’s favor.

The religious leaders complained that Jesus welcomed sinners. Jesus told these parables to teach about God’s forgiveness. God sent Jesus so sinners can be forgiven. As Savior, Jesus seeks sinners. He paid the ultimate price—His own life—to save people from sin.

Jesus taught what God is like. He seeks sinners who have wandered far from Him, and He seeks sinners who try to earn salvation by their good works. As you talk with your kids, help them understand that being lost means not knowing Jesus as Lord and Savior. God loves us, and He actively seeks to bring sinners to Himself.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus told stories about God.
  • Jesus told a story about God’s love.
  • The father was happy when his son came home.
  • God is happy when we trust Jesus.

Preschool

  • Why did Jesus tell stories? Jesus told stories to teach people about God.
  • Jesus taught about God’s love.

Kids

  • Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom.
  • Jesus is the One who seeks and saves the lost.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • Is it ever OK to think you are better than someone else?
  • Can we make God love us more by doing good things?
  • What are some ways you are tempted to think you are better than someone else?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Mark 6:34

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AUGUST 2ND - THE GOOD SAMARITAN

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Jesus was meeting with His followers when an expert in the Law of Moses stood up and asked Him a question. “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus pointed Him to the Scriptures, which say, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” (See Deut. 6:5; Lev. 19:18.) 

Then the lawyer asked, “Who is my neighbor?” Rather than give a list of whom the man should love, Jesus responded with a parable about a man in need. The priest and Levite—men dedicated to serving God—neglected to help the man in need. By showing mercy, the Samaritan (whom Jews considered a social outcast) proved to be a neighbor to the man in need. Jesus told the lawyer, “Go and do the same.” 

Jesus’ story about the good Samaritan surprised the people who heard it. Like the good Samaritan, God saw that we needed to be rescued. He sent His Son to save us from sin. Jesus died on the cross for our sin and rose again so we can have eternal life. God calls us to show His love for the world by helping people in need.

Jesus did not directly answer the question, “Who is my neighbor?” The lawyer asked the wrong question; he was seeking to justify himself, to meet the minimum requirements of the Old Testament law with the hope of gaining eternal life. Rather, Jesus taught that the lawyer should love without limits and demonstrate love with action.

In this parable, we see the beauty of the gospel. Point out to your kids that like the good Samaritan, God saw that we needed to be rescued. We were dead in our sin and unable to help ourselves. God showed His love when He sent His Son, Jesus, to save us from sin. 

Jesus came to us and provided salvation, forgiveness, and everything we need. As we look to Him, He continues to take care of us. Emphasize that, as a result, God calls us to show His love for the world by loving others as He has loved us.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus told stories about God.
  • Jesus told a story about showing love.
  • The Samaritan showed love to the hurt man.
  • We love others because Jesus loves us.

Preschool

  • Why did Jesus tell stories? Jesus told stories to teach people about God.
  • Jesus tells us to love others as He has loved us.

Kids

  • Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom.
  • Jesus calls us to love others as He has loved us.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS

  • How are we like the man who was hurt?
  • How is the Samaritan man like Jesus?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Mark 6:34

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JULY 26TH - UNMERCIFUL SERVANT

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Jesus had been teaching His disciples when Peter asked Jesus, “How many times should I forgive my brother when he sins against me?” Peter suggested seven times. Jesus answered Peter’s question by telling a story about an unmerciful servant.

In the parable, a servant owed his master ten thousand talents. A talent was equal to about 20 years of wages. Ten thousand talents represented a debt that could never be repaid. Faced with debtors’ prison, the servant begged for more time to repay the master. Instead, the master released his servant and forgave the great debt.

The same servant went out and confronted a man who owed him a hundred denarii—about 100 days of wages. The man begged for more time, but the servant refused and put the man in prison. When the master heard what happened, he was angry that the servant who had been forgiven a great debt did not show mercy to the man who owed a small debt. So the master put the man in prison until he could pay his debt. Jesus concluded the parable by explaining that God would react in the same way to anyone who does not forgive his brother.

We are like the servant, and God is like the master.

Nothing we do is enough to pay the debt we owe God and take away God’s punishment for our sin. Jesus came and died on the cross to pay for our sin and take the punishment we deserve. When we trust in Jesus, God forgives our sin completely. We can forgive others because God has greatly forgiven us.

As you talk with your kids, emphasize that God shows mercy to us so that we will show mercy to others—not just three times or seven times, but many, many times—not keeping count. We have been forgiven a great debt, so we can forgive others when they sin against us.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus told stories about God.
  • Jesus told a story about forgiveness.
  • God forgives us through His Son, Jesus.
  • We forgive others because Jesus forgives us.

Preschool

  • Why did Jesus tell stories? Jesus told stories to teach people about God.
  • Jesus taught about God’s forgiveness.

Kids

  • Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom.
  • God shows mercy to us so that we will show mercy to others.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • How is our sin like a debt to God?
  • How does God’s mercy affect us?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Mark 6:34

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JULY 19TH - PARABLE OF THE SOWER

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A parable is a story Jesus told to help people understand the kingdom of God. Each parable taught a lesson and revealed secrets of God’s kingdom for those who would understand (Matthew 13:10-13).

The parable of the sower would have resonated with those listening because they would have been familiar with the practice of sowing or planting seeds. But the parable had a deeper meaning. It contained a lesson about God’s Word and the responses of those who hear it.

In the parable, a sower’s seeds fell in four different places. Some of the seeds fell along the path, where they were eaten by birds. Other seeds fell on rocky ground. Those seeds had no roots, so they withered in the sun. Other seeds fell among thorns, and they were choked out. Other seeds fell on good soil, and they produced a crop—a hundred, sixty, or thirty times what was planted.

After Jesus told the parable, He explained it to His disciples. The soil represents people’s hearts, and the seed is the word about God’s kingdom. The person whose heart is like the hard soil hears the good news about God, but he does not understand it or he rejects it. The person whose heart is like the rocky soil is quick to receive the truth, but when life gets hard, he falls away. The person whose heart is like the thorny soil cares more about the things of the world than the good news about God, and the seed cannot grow. The person whose heart is like the good soil hears the good news about God and receives it. He bears fruit, more than what was planted. In the life of a believer, the fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22-23) is evident.

Jesus is the Sower who shared the truth about God’s kingdom. His followers continue to share the truth today, and those who understand and accept the gospel become more like Jesus.

Still today, people respond to the gospel in various ways. Pray that God will give your kids receptive hearts so that they will hear, understand, and be changed by the good news about Jesus.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus told stories about God.
  • Jesus told a story about the good news.
  • Jesus wants us to hear and believe the good news.
  • Jesus’ followers tell other people about Him.

Preschool

  • Why did Jesus tell stories? Jesus told stories to teach people about God.
  • Jesus taught that not all people will believe in Him.

Kids

  • Why did Jesus tell parables? Jesus told parables to teach people about God and His kingdom.
  • Not everyone who hears the gospel believes it.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • What did the story Jesus told about the seeds really mean?
  • Who can you tell the good news about Jesus?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Mark 6:34

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JULY 12TH - JESUS AND ZACCHAEUS

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Zacchaeus lived in the town of Jericho. He was a chief tax collector. Zacchaeus’s job was to collect money from the Jews for the Roman government. Many people knew Zacchaeus, and many did not like him.

The Bible says that Zacchaeus was rich. Tax collectors often collected more money than necessary and kept the surplus for themselves. His greed and dishonesty led Zacchaeus to being looked down upon as a “sinner.”  Unfortunately, Zacchaeus treasured his wealth more than his reputation.

Zacchaeus probably never imagined that his entire life would change in a single day. When Jesus came through Jericho, Zacchaeus wanted to see him. He couldn’t see over the crowds, so he climbed a sycamore tree and watched Jesus from a distance.

Imagine the crowd’s surprise when Jesus approached the tree and called out to Zacchaeus, “Zacchaeus, hurry and come down because today I must stay at your house.”  Of all the people in Jericho, Jesus chose to visit Zacchaeus! The other people complained. What was Jesus thinking, going to stay with a sinner like Zacchaeus?

The story reveals that Zacchaeus’s encounter with Jesus changed him. He offered to give half of his possessions to the poor and pay back four times what he had cheated from others. Zacchaeus no longer treasured his wealth. He realized that Jesus offered something so much better. Jesus confirmed this evidence of a changed heart: “Today salvation has come to this house.”

Jesus came to seek and save the lost. He came after us—sinners who do not deserve Him—and He rescues us from sin. Jesus died on the cross for our sin, and He is glad when we repent and trust in Him.

People who encounter Jesus do not walk away unchanged. Pray that your kids encounter the real Jesus, the One who came into the world because we needed Him. Jesus came to seek and save the lost—people like Zacchaeus and people like us. “I didn’t come to call the righteous, but sinners” (Mark 2:17). When we repent and trust in Jesus, He changes us.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus is the Messiah.
  • People did not love Zacchaeus, but Jesus did.
  • Zacchaeus climbed a tree to see Jesus.
  • Jesus came to rescue us.

Preschool

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is God’s Son.
  • Jesus loved Zacchaeus.

Kids

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.
  • Meeting Jesus changed Zacchaeus forever.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

John 14:6

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JULY 5TH - JESUS REJECTED IN NAZARETH

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Jesus was about thirty years old when He began His ministry. After being baptized by John in the Jordan River, Jesus was tempted in the desert.  He traveled to Jerusalem for the Passover and then headed north to Galilee.  Jesus went through the region of Samaria, stopping at Jacob’s well to talk to a Samaritan woman. He also began teaching in the synagogues.  

Jesus went to the town of Nazareth. Nazareth was a small village in the hills between the Sea of Galilee and the Mediterranean Sea. This was where Jesus grew up.  On the Sabbath day, Jesus went into the synagogue. He read aloud the words of the prophet Isaiah. (See Isa. 61:1-2.)  Everyone’s eyes were on Him as He explained, “Today as you listen, this Scripture has been fulfilled.”  What was Jesus saying? Jesus was saying, It’s Me. The words Jesus read were coming true. 

Hundreds of years before Jesus was born, the prophet Isaiah wrote about God’s plan to send a Messiah. He would bring good news and redeem people who were broken and hurting. Jesus read Isaiah’s words and told everyone who was listening that He is the promised Messiah.

Some of the people remembering Jesus from His youth asked, “Isn’t this Joseph’s son?” Jesus knew their thoughts. He wanted the people to understand that His miracles were an act of grace—a gift. No one deserves God’s grace, so God may show grace to whomever He pleases—even Gentiles. This made the people angry.  They drove Jesus away, intending to kill Him, but Jesus escaped through the crowd.

Help your kids see that Jesus came to give sight to the blind and to set the captives free. He came preaching good news to all people!  Finally, the Messiah had come! Jesus was God’s plan to save sinners!

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus is the Messiah.
  • God sent Him to preach good news.
  • God sent Jesus because He loves us.

Preschool

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is God’s Son.
  • Jesus said God’s Word is about Him.
  • Jesus read Isaiah’s message in Nazareth.

Kids

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.
  • Jesus explained that the Scriptures tell about Him.
  • Jesus read Isaiah’s message in Nazareth.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • Why do you think the people of Nazareth wanted to see miracles?
  • Why do you think they rejected Jesus?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

John 14:6

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JUNE 28TH - JESUS MET A SAMARITAN WOMAN

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When the Babylonians attacked Judah, they moved a large group of God’s people away from their homes. Some of the people were left behind in the region that became known as Samaria. The exile lasted 70 years. During that time, those left in Samaria began to mingle with their neighbors to the north. They intermarried and practiced foreign customs. While the Samaritans still believed in God, they adapted their beliefs. The strife between the two groups stretched back hundreds of years. 

The Jews who returned home from Babylon to rebuild God’s temple in Jerusalem rejected this new way of life. They were dedicated to obeying and worshiping God, and they didn’t agree with the Samaritans’ practices. The Samaritans opposed the Jews’ efforts to reestablish their nation. In time, the Jews’ hate for the Samaritans grew—so much so, that a Jew traveling from Judea to Galilee would take a longer route to travel around Samaria rather than through it.

Jesus broke down barriers when He traveled to Galilee by way of Samaria. Even more surprising, Jesus stopped at a well around noon and asked a Samaritan woman for a drink. Jewish men did not speak to women in public. 

But Jesus was kind to her, and He offered a gift—living water. The woman didn’t understand, but Jesus revealed His knowledge of her past. He even gave her a glimpse of the future. The Samaritan woman expected a Messiah to come and fix everything. Jesus said, “I am He.”

Jesus offered the woman something no one else could give her—living water. Jesus wasn’t talking about water that she could physically drink; Jesus was talking about the Holy Spirit who would satisfy her spiritual thirst. Jesus gives the Holy Spirit to those who come to Him by faith.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus is the Messiah.
  • Jesus spoke to a Samaritan woman.
  • The woman told people to come and hear Jesus.
  • Many people believed Jesus is God’s Son.

Preschool

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is God’s Son.
  • Jesus told the Samaritan woman He is God’s Son.

Kids

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.
  • Jesus told the Samaritan woman He is the Messiah.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

John 14:6

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JUNE 14TH - JESUS MET NICODEMUS

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Jesus likely spent a large part of His day teaching. When the day was done, He spent time alone or with His disciples. One night, however, a man named Nicodemus approached Jesus.

Nicodemus was a Pharisee and a ruler of the Jews; that is, he was a religious leader who taught God’s law, and he was a member of the Sanhedrin—a Jewish governing body. Nicodemus held to the belief that if a person was a law-abiding Jew, he would be accepted by God. Jesus gave Nicodemus a lesson that would turn his belief system on its head.

Jesus was a carpenter (Mark 6:3), so the religious teachers likely assumed He didn’t know theology. But they had seen Jesus’ miraculous signs in Jerusalem. Nicodemus had to conclude, “You are a teacher come from God” (John 3:2).

Nicodemus initiated the conversation, but Jesus chose the subject. His words perplexed Nicodemus: “Unless someone is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3). Jesus explained that spiritual birth is not unlike physical birth in that a person cannot do it himself. It is something that happens to him.

Jesus reminded Nicodemus of an Old Testament account, the disobedient Israelites and the bronze snake. The Israelites could not help themselves, but when they trusted in God and looked to the bronze snake lifted up on the pole, they were healed. (Numbers 21:4-9)

Nicodemus needed new life—eternal life—but he could not do anything to earn it. Eternal life is a gift that comes only from God. God showed His love in this way: He sent His One and Only Son to save the world. Everyone who believes in Him will not perish but will have eternal life.

Emphasize with your kids that every person is born a sinner—spiritually dead and alienated from God. It is by God’s Spirit—not our own effort—that we are born again. We look to Christ and His finished work on the cross for our salvation.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Nicodemus went to see Jesus.
  • Jesus gives people life forever with God.
  • God sent Jesus to earth because He loves us.

Preschool

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is God’s Son.
  • Jesus told Nicodemus about God’s plan.

Kids

  • Who did Jesus say He is? Jesus said He is the Messiah.
  • Jesus told Nicodemus he must be born again.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • Why was Nicodemus confused when Jesus said he must be born again?
  • What kind of birth was Jesus talking about?
  • How can we be born into God’s family?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

John 14:6

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JUNE 7TH - JESUS WAS TEMPTED

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After Jesus was baptized, the Holy Spirit led Him into the wilderness. Jesus fasted for 40 days, and He was hungry. There in the wilderness, the Devil, who is the agent of temptation and father of lies, appeared to Jesus. The Devil said to Him, “If You are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.”

The Devil wanted to ruin God’s plan of redemption which was set in motion in Genesis 3. In the garden of Eden, Satan used a seemingly innocent question to arouse doubt in Eve: “Did God really say, ‘You can’t eat from any tree in the garden’?” (Gen. 3:1). Adam and Eve ate the fruit God had forbidden them to eat, and sin entered the world.

Jesus came to reverse the curse, to succeed where Adam failed. The Devil’s aim was to use a similar trick as in Eden to get Jesus to sin, to disqualify Him from the role of sinless Savior.

The Devil targeted Him in His weakness and tempted Jesus to turn stones into bread, to put Himself in danger, and to worship him. “Go away, Satan!” Jesus replied.

Jesus was tempted, but He trusted God and never sinned. Jesus is perfect and righteous. A perfect sacrifice was required to take away sin. Jesus was that perfect sacrifice. He died on the cross to free us from sin and to give us the power to say no to temptation.

Jesus can sympathize with our weaknesses because He was tested in every way we are, yet He never sinned. Jesus’ actions are an example for believers, but what happens when we do give in to temptation?

Emphasize to your kids that we can boldly approach God’s throne to receive grace to help us through temptation, and mercy and forgiveness when we sin (See Heb. 4:14-16.) We have hope because Christ died for sinners.

Check out this session’s Activity Page as well as the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus is God’s Son.
  • Jesus always obeyed God’s words.
  • Jesus was tempted.
  • God sent Jesus because He loves us.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • Jesus was tempted in the wilderness.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • Jesus was tempted and never sinned.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS

  • How do we respond when we are tempted?
  • Why is it important that Jesus was tempted and never sinned?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

1 Timothy 1:15

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