fellowship | 5-25-14

beeToday in Bright Beginnings, we talk about fellowship. It is an amazing thing that God did for us–invite us into his family. Share this truth and be grateful for fellowship this week!

Word: Fellowship

Bug: Bee
Bees live and work together as one big family. God created us to live together with our families at home and at church.

Bible Verse: We are all a part of the family of Christ. Romans 12:5

Story: Paul, Aquila, and Priscilla (Acts 18)
Paul became friends with Aquila and Priscilla when he was in Corinth. They had the same kind of work. They made tents! Aquila and Priscilla invited Paul to stay at their house. They were brothers and sisters in Jesus’ family — just like we are with our friends in Bright Beginnings.

Prayer: Dear Jesus, I know it is important to spend time with other people. Please help me to encourage others around me. I love you. Amen.

Take-it-Home

Parents
How can you help your child fellowship with friends at church? One idea is to attend the same church service each week so your children will develop a good relationship with their teachers and other children in their class.

Birth-Age 2
Find pictures of your family members and make them into a book (it can be as simple as punching a hole in them and tying them together with string). Look through the book often with your little one, saying the name of each family member. Help them understand they belong to a family that loves them!

Age 3-Kindergarten
Plan a play date! Ask your child for names of some of their close friends. Then think together of some children, perhaps from church or school, who could be new friends. Remind them that God wants us to include everyone because we are all a part of His family! Sit back and watch them having fun (fellowship).

2 thoughts on “fellowship | 5-25-14

  1. I feel this is going to further our sons understanding of relationships in his family and who’s who. Excited for the growing ministry!

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