Elementary, October 25: Jeremiah and the Fall of Judah

There was a lot to be sad about in Jeremiah’s day. The people of Israel had turned against God and were about to experience the consequences of their rebellion. Jeremiah – God’s prophet – had over and over again tried to get through to the people. He tried to convince them to turn from their sin and back to God, but they wouldn’t listen. The weight of Jeremiah’s heartbreak would have been crushing, but God drew near to strengthen and comfort him.

Kindergarten & Pre-K, October 25: God Keeps His Promises

All month we’ve been looking at how God’s got it. We’ve seen how God’s always with us even in the fire, that God will always take care of us even when we don’t know where the current will take us, and God hears us and gives us what we need even when we’re wandering and don’t know where to look. God has made those promises to us.

Elementary, October 18: Jonah and the Giant Fish

God called Jonah to go to the people of Nineveh and declare that God’s judgment was coming if they didn’t repent and turn to Him. But Jonah’s pride got the better of him. He didn’t want Nineveh to repent because he knew God would be gracious to them – and Jonah hated the people of Nineveh. So, he ran but God intervened.

Kindergarten & Pre-K, October 18: God Hears Me

Have you ever wondered, “Does God even hear me?” But then, in the midst of that bad day, someone says or does something that just turns it all around. Or you were worried about something and you hear exactly what you need to hear through a sermon, a friend, or even the radio.

Kindergarten & Pre-K, October 11: God Takes Care of Me

It’s one thing to “know” God is always with us (Joshua 1:9); to “know” He promises to never leave nor forsake us (Deuteronomy 31:6); to “know” that He never gives us more than we can handle (1 Corinthians 10:13). But even “knowing” all His promises, do we act like we trust Him?

Elementary, October 11: Elisha and Naaman

Do you know what is awesome about the Christian life? God promises that when we put our faith in Him, He’ll wash us clean of our sin. It’s absolutely amazing! We get a glimpse of just how incredible that promise is in the story of a prophet named Elisha and his encounter with a man named Naaman.

Elementary, October 4: Elijah vs. the Prophets of Baal

There is only one God and He deserves our complete and total allegiance. Yet, we so often put anything and everything ahead of Him. This isn’t a new problem, though. It’s been happening almost since the dawn of time. But, over and over again, God has proven to be the one true God – like He did when his prophet, Elijah, faced off with the prophets of a false god named Baal.