Welcome to this week’s KidCity Online Experience! Here you’ll find all the resources you’ll need to experience KidCity right where you are! Our weekend teaching video, conversation guides, worship songs, and activities for the week are all right here.
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How to Use This Page:
- Watch the Online Experience video with your child.
- Use the Parent section for some additional activities to do with your child.
- You can find all of the activity pages below.
For kids – Online Experience Video
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Bible Story: God helps me stand strong. Armor of God • Ephesians 6:10-17
Memory Verse: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart.” Proverbs 3:5, NIV
Key Question: Who can trust God?
Bottom Line: I can trust God.
Basic Truth: I am made for a purpose so the Holy Spirit will help me do big things now.
“Trust in the Lord (point up)
with all (arms out wide)
your heart,” (hands over heart)
Proverbs 3:5. (Open hands like a book.)
- Go around your house and find items that can be used (or transformed into) the following pieces of armor: helmet, shield, and breastplate. Grab a Bible if you have one.
- Tell your preschooler that you are going to put on the special armor that God gave us…like they learned in their Bible story today.
- Say the following for each piece:
- Helmet – When we trust that God loved us so much He sent Jesus to be our friend forever, it’s like wearing a helmet to protect us.
- Breastplate – When we trust God and go His way, it’s like wearing a breastplate to protect us.
- Shield – When we trust God, it’s like holding up a shield to protect us from danger.
- Bible – The Bible is like a sword. When we trust God and follow what He says, it helps us battle what is wrong and do what is right.
- Ask: Who can trust God? I can trust God.
Activity Page for preschoolers during sermon