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Impossible: Our Story Continues…

Our Story Continues is our way to connect parents to what kids are talking about and experiencing in the Sunday morning teaching. We want to help to equip parents and spiritual parents with Scripture, talking points, and experiential activities to continue to disciple their kids well every day of the week.

Preschool

1-YEAR-OLDS

Series: Promises
Summary: In this series, children will learn that God’s promises always come true. God has made a great many promises, and we can know that he is trustworthy because what he says is always truthful. Children will learn about God’s promises to Noah, Abraham & Sarah, Isaac, and Jacob. Children will also discover that God’s promises are still true for us today in Jesus!
Big Idea: God keeps his promises.
Key Verse: “God has made a great many promises.”| 2 Corinthians 1:20
  1. SING Download “Books of the Bible” from The Meeting House Kids on Spotify or Apple Music or Google Play.
  2. READ the story of Sarah and Abraham from a children’s Bible.
  3. PLAY with a baby doll and talk about how we can care for babies. As you play, talk about the special promise God made to Sarah to have a baby when she was as old as a grandma!

2-3 YEAR-OLDS

Series: Promises
Summary: In this series, children will learn that God’s promises always come true. God has made a great many promises, and we can know that he is trustworthy because what he says is always truthful. Children will learn about God’s promises to Noah, Abraham & Sarah, Isaac, and Jacob. Children will also discover that God’s promises are still true for us today in Jesus!
Big Idea: God keeps his promises.
Key Verse: “God has made a great many promises.”| 2 Corinthians 1:20
God Story: Abraham & Sarah | Genesis 12, 13, 18, 21
  1. SING Download “Books of the Bible” from The Meeting House Kids on Spotify or Apple Music or Google Play.
  2. READ the story of Abraham and Sarah from a children’s Bible.
  3. PRAY and thank God for the way that his promise to send Jesus came true too! God keeps all his promises!
  4. MORE Download the midweek activity page.

4-5-YEAR-OLDS

Series: Promises
Summary: In this series, children will learn that God’s promises always come true. God has made a great many promises, and we can know that he is trustworthy because what he says is always truthful. Children will learn about God’s promises to Noah, Abraham & Sarah, Isaac, and Jacob. Children will also discover that God’s promises are still true for us today in Jesus!
Big Idea: God keeps his promises.
Key Verse: “God has made a great many promises.”| 2 Corinthians 1:20
God Story: Abraham & Sarah | Genesis 12, 13, 18, 21
  1. SING Download “Books of the Bible” from The Meeting House Kids on Spotify or Apple Music or Google Play.
  2. READ the story of Abraham and Sarah from a children’s Bible. ASK your child: What was the promise God made in this story?
  3. PRAY and thank God for the way that his promise to send Jesus came true too! God keeps all his promises!
  4. MORE Download the midweek activity page.

Grades 1-5

Summary: In this series, kids will learn about the many ways that God has proven he is trustworthy right from the start. They will focus on the idea that God is a good God who can be trusted by discussing what trust is and why it is important in relationship.
Series: Genesis | Trust
Big Idea: We can trust God when things seem impossible.
God Story: Abram’s Covenant | Genesis 15:1-21
Key Verse: “I will make you into a great nation. And I will bless you. I will make your name great… All nations on earth will be blessed because of you.” | Genesis 12:2-3
  1. READ Genesis 15:6. What do you think that means? What was special about Abraham? How do we have faith?
  2. WATCH the video teaching below with your family this week. Talk about the video as a family. What stood out to you? What did you like? What did you want to ask a question about? (Tip: If it’s helpful, consider pausing the video as you watch it together, and ask questions or talk about things that stick out to you as you go!)
  3. Download the midweek activity page.

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