Welcome to this week’s KidCity Online Experience! Check out all the resources you’ll need to have a great KidCity experience right where you are! The teaching video, conversation guides, worship songs, and activities for the week are all right here.
- Online Experience Video for you and your student to watch together
- Discussion Questions for you & your student
- Pre-Teen Guide for your student to go a little deeper on his/her own
- Salvation Conversation Guide for one of the most important conversations you’ll ever have
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Online Experience Video
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Special Needs Ministry Modified Elementary Curriculum:
Life App: Peace—Proving you care more about each other than winning an argument
Bible Story: War and Peace (Isaac’s Wells) • Genesis 26:1-6, 12-22, 26-31
Key Question: When should you walk away from a fight?
Bottom Line: You can show you care about others by walking away from a fight.
Basic Truth: I am made for a purpose so the Holy Spirit will help me do big things now.
Memory Verse: So let us do all we can to live in peace. And let us work hard to build
up one another. Romans 14:19 (NIrV)
Ask the following questions:
- How do you know when you should walk away from a fight?
- How can you peacefully disagree with someone? (This allows for the discussion that we can disagree with people and still care about them. It is when winning the argument is more important than caring for the person that the disagreement become “un-peaceful.”)
- What can you do when you try to live in peace and it still seems like things aren’t peaceful?
- Is there ever a time when you shouldn’t walk away from a fight? (Ask kids to give an example if they say yes. Ask “why not” if they say no.)
The Pre-Teen Learner Guide is designed to provide Bible Study throughout the week for your 4th or 5th grader.
Sermon Notes discussion guide (for students who watch the adult service, too!)