take it home | 10.09

Wearing Your Gear!

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Word of the Week:  Protection

Bible Verse:  The Lord can protect you.  2 Thessalonians 3:3

Story: Jesus Calms the Storm (Mark 4:35-41)

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Helping Mr. Tom act out the story.  Can you tell which child is playing the role of Jesus sleeping? 🙂

Prayer:  Lord, I am glad You love me and care about what happens to me.  Thank You for always being with me and watching over me .  Help me to talk to You when I am afraid.  Amen

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Miss Alyssa showing our K-Street friends where Haiti is located.  They were able to watch a video of Miss Ryanne’s niece and nephew, who live in Haiti, talk about how God protected them during the recent hurricane, just like He did for the disciples in our story today!

“Take-It-Home” Activities

Parents: Fear is a normal emotion for young children.  Anytime your child is fearful, take that opportunity to pray with them, reassuring them that God is always with them..

Birth – Age 2: Reenact this week’s story with your child.  Take turns being the scared disciple rocking back and forth in the boat during the storm and being Jesus, commanding the wind and the waves to Stop!  Remind them that God is always in control and will protect us.

Age 3 – Kindergarten: Ask your child what they want to be when they grow up then talk about the different “gear” they would need for the job.  Tell them God has a plan for their life and will always be with them to protect them!

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Making “waves” until “Jesus” commands them to stop!

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Praising Jesus!  Rockin’ it out during praise & worship.

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