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MAY 31ST - JESUS WAS BAPTIZED

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Zechariah’s son, John, grew up in the wilderness. John’s ministry began when God’s word came to him, and he began preaching near the Jordan River. John worked to get the people ready for the coming of Jesus, fulfilling the Old Testament prophecy, “A voice of one crying out: Prepare the way of the Lord in the wilderness” (Isa. 40:3).

John called the people to repent of their sins, and he baptized them in the Jordan River. Some of the people suspected that John might be the Messiah, but John insisted, “One is coming who is more powerful than I” (Luke 3:16).

Jesus came from Galilee to be baptized by John at the Jordan River. Wait a second. John was calling people to a baptism of repentance. We know Jesus never sinned (see Heb. 4:15; 2 Cor. 5:21), so why did Jesus come to be baptized? John was right when he said, “I need to be baptized by You, and yet You come to me?” (Matt. 3:14).  Jesus answered John, “Allow it for now, because this is the way for us to fulfill all righteousness” (Matt. 3:15).

Jesus never sinned, but He obeyed God and was baptized like sinners are baptized. Baptism reminds us of Jesus’ death and resurrection. It reminds us that when we trust in Jesus, we turn from sin and start a new life—a life lived for Jesus.

Help your kids understand that baptism is not what saves us; baptism is a way we show that we have been saved. Baptism reminds us that when we trust in Jesus, we die to sin and come into a new way of life—a life lived for Jesus. (See Rom. 6:3-4.)

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 perfectly.
  • John baptized Jesus to do God’s plan.
  • Everything Jesus does makes God happy.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • John baptized Jesus.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • Jesus obeyed God by being baptized.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • How do you think John felt before baptizing Jesus? After?
  • How do your kids know you love them?
  • How do they know God loves them?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

1 Timothy 1:15

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MAY 24TH - JESUS AT THE TEMPLE

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The Book of Luke records just two narratives about Jesus’ childhood: His dedication (Luke 2:21-40) and His time at the temple when He was 12 years old (Luke 2:41-52). Both stories set the stage for Jesus’ ministry on earth as an adult.

Mary and Joseph traveled to Jerusalem each year to celebrate Passover. God had commanded the men to appear before Him three times a year to observe certain festivals. (See Deut. 16:16.) Once a year, those who followed God’s law would travel to Jerusalem—often in large groups—to celebrate Passover.  When Mary and Joseph went to Jerusalem, Joseph might have taken Jesus around the city to teach Him the significance of the temple and explain the purpose of the Passover feast.

Jesus’ parents started the journey back home after the feast. They assumed Jesus was among their traveling companions, but He wasn’t. Jesus had stayed behind at the temple. Mary and Joseph traveled for a day before they noticed Jesus was missing. They went back to Jerusalem and found Him at the temple.

When Mary asked why He had done this, Jesus answered Mary’s question with a question: “Didn’t you know that I had to be in My Father’s house?” Mary and Joseph did not understand. But Jesus is God’s Son, and it was necessary that He honor His true Father. In all this, Jesus did not sin.

Even as a child, Jesus wanted to do His Father’s plan. As Jesus grew up, He became strong and wise. God blessed Jesus as He got ready to follow His Father’s plan: to die on the cross and rescue people from sin.

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 came to earth to do God’s plan.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • Jesus came to earth to do God's plan.
  • Jesus went to the temple to worship God.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • Jesus came to earth to do His Father's plan.
  • Jesus went to the temple to worship God.

FAMILY STARTING POINTS

  • What kind of questions do you think Jesus asked the teachers?
  • Why were people in the temple surprised at how much Jesus understood?
  • What did Jesus mean when He said, “I had to be in My Father’s house”?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

1 Timothy 1:15

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MAY 17TH - JESUS WAS BORN

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Do you think it was just by chance that Caesar Augustus called for a census? Did it just so happen that Mary and Joseph were traveling to Bethlehem—the very place the Messiah was prophesied to be born? (Micah 5:2) God is in control of all things, which He showed by using a pagan emperor to bring about His plan.

After Jesus was born, Mary laid Him in a manger. A king in a manger! It was so unlikely. But Jesus was no ordinary baby. He was God’s Son, sent in the most humble of positions, “not to be served, but to serve, and to give His life—a ransom for many” (Matt. 20:28).

Imagine the shepherds’ surprise when an angel of the Lord suddenly appeared. The Bible says that they were terrified! But the angel brought them “good news of great joy.” (See Luke 2:10-11.) The people of Israel were well aware of their need for a Savior. They made sacrifices daily to atone for their sin. Finally, a Savior had come who would be the perfect sacrifice for sin, once and for all.

The birth of Jesus was good news! Jesus was not an ordinary baby. He is God’s Son, sent to earth from heaven. Jesus came into the world to save people from sin and to be their King forever.

Some time after Jesus’ birth, wise men came to worship Jesus. They brought Him gifts suitable for a king—gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Jesus is the King who will rule forever, just as God promised King David. (See 2 Sam. 7.)

Remind your kids that Jesus came because we needed Him. The purpose of Jesus’ birth was twofold: to bring glory to God and to make peace between God and those who trust in Jesus’ death and resurrection. Celebrating the birth of Jesus is about rejoicing over the greatest gift we could ever receive. God’s own Son came to earth to be our Savior and our King.

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FAMILY STARTING POINTS

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus is God’s Son.

  • Jesus was born in Bethlehem.

  • Jesus is the Savior, the Lord.

  • God sent Jesus to earth because He loves us.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • Jesus was born as God promised.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • Jesus was born to be God’s promised Savior.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

●      1 Timothy 1:15

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MAY 10TH - MARY PRAISED GOD

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God’s people had not heard a clear message from God for hundreds of years. Then one day, Gabriel—an angel of the Lord—told a man that his wife, Elizabeth, was going to have a baby. The baby's name would be John. Then the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and told her that she would have a baby, and her baby would be God's Son.

Mary and Elizabeth were relatives. Elizabeth was old and barren; she and her husband, Zechariah, had no children. Mary was a young girl—likely in her early teens. She was a virgin, engaged to be married to Joseph. The announcements of these pregnancies were miraculous for both women. Both babies had been foretold by the prophet Isaiah—John in Isaiah 40:3 and Jesus in Isaiah 7:14. 

The angel Gabriel told Mary that Elizabeth was pregnant too, and Mary hurried to see her. The journey would not have been easy. Mary traveled nearly one hundred miles to see Elizabeth, and her arrival brought great joy to both Elizabeth and Elizabeth's unborn baby. In the presence of the unborn Messiah, John leaped in Elizabeth's womb. Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit, and she said, "Mary, you are blessed!"

The story of Mary's visit with Elizabeth gives us a remarkable picture of women living by faith. Being a young, unwed pregnant woman could have caused Mary to worry. Instead, her response is marked by her trust in God. Mary's song reflects her knowledge of God's Word and her understanding of who God is.

Mary was willing to follow God’s plan, even though being Jesus’ mother would not be easy. Mary wanted to bring praise to God. Likewise, Jesus brought praise to His Father by willingly dying on the cross to save people from sin.

Check this session’s Activity Page and Big Picture Card 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.
  • God promised to send Jesus to earth.
  • Mary praised God for sending Jesus.
  • Nothing is impossible with God.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • Jesus’ mother was Mary.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • God chose Mary to be Jesus’ mother.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

●      1 Timothy 1:15

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MAY 3RD - ABRAHAM TO JESUS

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The prophecies concerning Jesus’ birth are numerous, and many of them refer to Jesus’ lineage. Old Testament prophecies tell of the promised Messiah being born from the seed of a woman (Gen. 3:15); from the seed of Abraham (Gen. 22:18), Isaac (Gen. 21:12), and Jacob (Num. 24:17); from the tribe of Judah (Micah 5:2); from the line of Jesse (Isa. 11:1); and from the house of David (Jer. 23:5). The prophecies said He would be born of a virgin (Isa. 7:14) and would be the Son of God (1 Chr. 17:13-14; Ps. 2:7). Jesus fulfilled all of these prophecies.

In Bible times, Jews took great care to accurately record family genealogies. The family a person belonged to was directly linked to property rights. Matthew 1:1-17 and Luke 3:23-38 both chronicle the genealogy of Jesus. The account in Matthew presents Jesus as the king of the Jews—the legal heir to the throne of David. The account in Luke was written to Greek Christians and focuses on Jesus’ descent from Adam.

Jesus came to earth as a baby in Bethlehem. Jesus had earthly parents, Mary and Joseph, but His true Father is God. Through Jesus, God kept His promises to Abraham and David. Jesus saves people from their sin and adopts them into God’s family.

When Jesus was born, He took on humanity—meaning He was fully God and fully man. As fully God, in Him “the entire fullness of God’s nature dwells bodily” (Col. 2:9). As fully man, Jesus has a human body, human mind, and human emotions. (See Luke 2:7,52; Matt. 26:38.) He is our sinless representative (2 Cor. 5:21), sympathetic high priest (Heb. 4:15), and substitute sacrifice (1 John 4:10).

Use this Bible story to review Jesus’ ancestors and their stories in the Old Testament. Help your kids recognize that God had been working out His plan to send Jesus over hundreds of years—through Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Jesse, David, Solomon, and Josiah. God sent Jesus to earth to save people from their sins.

Check this session’s Activity Page and Big Picture Card 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.
  • God promised to send Jesus to earth.
  • God’s people trusted God to keep His promise.
  • Jesus came to earth because He loves us.

Preschool

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is God’s One and Only Son.
  • Jesus had a family.

Kids

  • What makes Jesus different? Jesus is fully God and fully man.
  • Jesus’ earthly family included Abraham, David, and others.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

1 Timothy 1:15

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APRIL 26TH - MALACHI

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This week was our final week in the Old Testament as we looked at the Book of Malachi. After many years living as prisoners in Babylon, God’s people had returned to Judah. They had worked hard and overcome opposition to rebuild the temple and the walls around Jerusalem. Surely God would restore them … finally!  But nothing happened. As they waited, they faced drought and economic uncertainty. God’s people probably didn’t feel like God had blessed them at all.  “It is useless to serve God,” they said. “What have we gained by keeping His requirements?” (Malachi 3:14).

Did God still care? It wasn’t long until they fell back into the same patterns of sin that led to their exile in the first place.  But God did still love His people. He had been working out His divine plan of redemption, and He never gave up on them. God sent a message to His people through the prophet Malachi. 

Malachi was the last of the Old Testament prophets. He spoke to God’s people approximately 100 years after the end of the Babylonian captivity. Malachi’s message from God was a wake-up call.

God communicated through Malachi that the people’s lack of blessing didn’t mean that God didn’t care. God’s people needed to repent and turn back to God. “But for you who fear My name,” God said, “the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings” (Mal. 4:2).

Malachi was a messenger—a prophet—who told God's people to repent. Malachi also told about another messenger God would send. This messenger, John the Baptist, would call people to repent and get them ready for a final Messenger, Jesus Christ. Jesus would bring good news of salvation.

Help your kids understand that 400 years of silence followed Malachi’s prophecy; God did not communicate to His people. This period brings us to the New Testament, when the silence would be broken by the last prophet before Jesus, John the Baptist. His words about Jesus in John 1:29 offered hope to all who heard: “Here is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!”

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

  • God keeps His promises.
  • Jesus is God’s Son, the Messiah.

Preschool

  • Malachi told people God’s words.
  • God promised to send a messenger before the Messiah.

Kids

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful even when we are not.
  • God told His people to repent and get ready for Jesus.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS

  • What are ways we can grow lazy in worshiping God?
  • How does God want us to give?
  • Who was the messenger Malachi prophesied about?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Lamentations 3:22-23

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APRIL 19TH - EZRA READ THE LAW

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Ezra traveled to Jerusalem with a purpose. God’s people had spent 70 years in exile, and they needed to be reminded how to live. As a scribe, Ezra was an expert on the law of Moses, and he had “determined in his heart to study the law of the Lord, obey it, and teach its statutes and ordinances in Israel” (Ezra 7:10).

From early morning until midday, Ezra read from the book of the law of Moses. He stood on a high wooden platform where everyone could see and hear him. Ezra opened the book of the law, and everyone stood up. The Levites helped the listeners understand the words of the law.

The people reacted strongly to hearing and understanding the law of Moses. Verse 9 says the people were weeping. The law revealed their sin.

God's Word is powerful. When Ezra read God's Word, the people changed their ways and loved God more. The Bible says that Jesus is "the Word." Jesus is God who came to live with people on earth. Jesus has the power to change our hearts.

Help your kids recognize that we cannot meet God’s requirements. We need a Savior. God sent Jesus to obey the law perfectly and die for our sins. We can trust in Him for 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

  • The people heard God’s words and loved God.
  • Jesus spoke God’s words.

Preschool

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful.
  • Ezra read God’s words to the people.

Kids

  • God keeps His promises.
  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful even when we are not.
  • Ezra read God’s Word to teach the people how to obey God.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • What makes the Bible different from every other book?
  • Who are some people who help us understand God’s Word?
  • Name something you learned about God or Jesus from the Bible.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Lamentations 3:22-23

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APRIL 12TH RESURRECTION SUNDAY - JESUS' CRUCIFIXION & RESURRECTION

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God’s law for the people was plain. Read Deuteronomy 6:5. But God’s people, and all people, have broken the law. We have loved other things more than we love God. That is sin.

Jesus’ purpose for coming to earth was to save us from our sin. (Matt. 1:21) Why did Jesus have to die? Why couldn’t He just say, “You are forgiven”? God is just and requires due payment for sin. To simply forgive sin without requiring a payment would be unjust. According to God’s Word, the payment of sin is death. (Rom. 6:23) But not only is God just, He is also loving. That is why Jesus was willing to die in our place. 

Jesus came to live and die to show God’s love to us (Rom. 5:7-8) so that whoever believes in Him might not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16) Jesus came to die so that we would be forgiven. (Eph. 1:7) Jesus came to die to bring us to God. (1 Pet. 3:18)

Jesus died on the cross to satisfy the wrath of God toward sin. Jesus’ resurrection proved that God was satisfied with Jesus’ sacrifice, and forgiveness and life are found in Him. (See 1 Cor. 15:17.) If Jesus had died but not been raised up, He would have been like military leaders who died without a throne. (Acts 5:33-37) But Jesus conquered death, just as He said He would. (John 2:19-21)

Jesus’ resurrection gives us hope for our resurrection. (Rom. 6:5) And Romans 8:11 says that the same Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead will raise our bodies to life.

Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection are not the end of the story, but the center of it.

The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus is the center of the gospel. We deserve to die because of our sin, but Jesus died in our place. He was the blood sacrifice made once and for all for the forgiveness of sin. God was pleased with Jesus’ sacrifice and raised Jesus from the dead to reign as King over all creation. We are forgiven only through Jesus. (Acts 4:12)

Check this session’s Activity Page and Big Picture Card 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 alive.
  • Jesus is God’s Son.
  • Jesus died on the cross, but God made Jesus alive again.
  • God sent Jesus to earth because He loves us.

Preschool

  • Who saves us from our sin? Jesus saves us from sin.
  • Jesus died on the cross and is alive.

Kids

  • Who saves us from our sin? Only Jesus saves us from our sin.
  • Jesus died on the cross to save people from sin, and He is alive.

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

●      Romans 10:9 

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APRIL 5TH PALM SUNDAY - JESUS' TRIUMPHAL ENTRY

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The Sunday before Easter is Palm Sunday—the day Jesus entered Jerusalem as the King of kings the week of Passover. Many of God’s people traveled to Jerusalem for Passover. Jesus and His disciples traveled to Jerusalem as well. Near the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples ahead into a village to bring a donkey to Him.

Jesus made a spectacular entrance into the city. He rode the donkey, and people laid branches and their robes on the ground in front of Him. The people welcoming Jesus into Jerusalem believed He was the promised Messiah, but they expected Him to overthrow Roman oppression and set up an earthly throne. Jesus sent a different message.

The next day, Jesus entered the temple and turned over the tables of the money changers and those selling doves. Jesus referred to Isaiah 56:7, declaring that His kingship would not just be over the Jews but over all people. While Jesus was in the temple, He healed the blind and the lame. Jesus’ actions declared, “I am not just your King; I am also your God” (Isa. 35:4-6).

During Jesus’ triumphal entry, the people welcomed Him as King. Jesus was the Messiah spoken about by the prophet Zechariah: “Look, your King is coming to you; He is righteous and victorious, humble and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey” (Zechariah 9:9). One day, Jesus will return to earth on a white horse as King over everything. (Revelation 19:11)

As you prepare for and celebrate Easter, help your kids connect the dots between God’s promises of a Messiah and Jesus’ coming. Help them understand why Jesus came: to save the world from sin! 

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 alive.
  • Jesus is God’s Son.
  • God sent Jesus to earth because He loves us.
  • People praised Jesus as their King.

Preschool

  • Who saves us from our sin? Jesus saves us from sin.
  • People welcomed Jesus as their King.

Kids

  • Who saves us from our sin? Only Jesus saves us from our sin.
  • People welcomed Jesus to Jerusalem as their King.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • What kind of King did the people expect Jesus to be?
  • What kind of King is Jesus?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Romans 10:9

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MARCH 29TH - JERUSALEM'S WALLS WERE REBUILT

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Nehemiah traveled from Persia to Jerusalem to lead the effort in rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls.

City walls and gates were very important in Bible times. Without these structures, cities were vulnerable to attack.  Nehemiah’s leadership was effective. Nehemiah 3 describes all the people working together to rebuild the gates and walls.

But it wasn’t long before Nehemiah met opposition from local governors who planned to attack God’s people. God’s people armed themselves and kept working. They completed the wall in just 52 days.

Note how their enemies reacted: “All the surrounding nations were intimidated and lost their confidence, for they realized that this task had been accomplished by our God” (Nehemiah 6:16). Now God’s people were protected from their enemies.

Nehemiah led the people to rebuild the walls around Jerusalem to protect them from their enemies. Jesus came to protect us from our enemies. He died on the cross and rose from the dead to rescue people from sin and death.

Help your kids see that God provided the way for us to be protected from our enemies, sin and death. He sent His Son, Jesus, to die on the cross for our sins. When we repent and trust in Jesus, He frees us from sin and death.

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

  • God keeps His promises.
  • Nehemiah led the people to build the city walls.
  • God kept His people safe
  • Jesus always obeyed God.

Preschool

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful.
  • God led Nehemiah to rebuild the walls.
  • God kept His people safe as they worked.

Kids

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful even when we are not.
  • God used Nehemiah to lead His people as they rebuilt Jerusalem’s walls.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • Talk about a time you worked together as a family to complete a task.
  • What made Nehemiah a good leader for God’s people?
  • How does Jesus protect us from our enemies of sin and death?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Lamentations 3:22-23

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MARCH 22ND - NEHEMIAH NEWS

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Nehemiah received word about God’s people who had returned to Judah. They were in trouble and living in shame; the walls of Jerusalem were broken down, and the city gates were burned. They lived in fear, unprotected from their enemies. Nehemiah sat down and wept.

Nehemiah fasted and prayed for days. He remembered God’s promise to His people. Their disobedience led to exile, but if they turned back to the Lord, their obedience would lead to blessing. God promised to restore their fortunes and give His people a home. (Deut. 30:1-10)

The king noticed Nehemiah’s sadness, and Nehemiah was afraid. Nehemiah explained the plight of his city. The king granted him leave and gave him letters to ensure his safe passage. Nehemiah arrived in Jerusalem. He encouraged the people to rebuild the walls and stood confidently against opposition.

Nehemiah trusted that God would keep His promise to protect His people and give them a home. When we trust in Jesus, we believe God will keep His promise to give us—His people—a home. Jesus obeyed God perfectly. He died on the cross and rose again so we can have a home with Him forever.

Help your kids understand that when we repent and trust in Jesus, we can trust His promise to prepare a place for us in His Father’s house, where we will be with Him forever. (John 14:3.)

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

  • God keeps His promises.
  • Nehemiah prayed for God to keep His people safe.
  • Jesus hears us when we pray.

Preschool

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful.
  • Nehemiah prayed that God would help His people.
  • God used Nehemiah to build the city walls.
  • Jesus hears us when we pray.

Kids

  • Does God keep His promises? Yes, God is always faithful even when we are not.
  • Nehemiah prayed that God would help His people rebuild Jerusalem’s walls.
  • Jesus hears us when we pray.

FAMILY DISCUSSION STARTERS:

  • Name a promise God has made.
  • How can our family help each other remember God’s promises?

UNIT KEY PASSAGE

Lamentations 3:22-23

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