Paul’s Letter to the Philippians
Phillippians Phillipians Fillipians
Please tell me I’m not the only one who always questions if I’ve spelt it right?
I was really excited to get to do this series; so much of what we do with kids is narrative based – and don’t get me wrong that’s great! – but as grown ups we spend much more of our time in the letters and that’s a big change to make if you’ve never looked at a letter before. Also there’s so much in them that’s worth looking at hence the new series looking at Philippians!
However, we’re kicking it off with a bit of Acts, so yes some narrative, but purely for context I assure you…
So here you are meet Paul the letter writer and through him meet Jesus the Saviour!
The Promised Land at last
and a promised rest as well.
The second day of our kids material for our church weekend away is here at last! If you missed last weeks you can find it here.
Unfortunately, I forgot to put the video we used up with the rest of the stuff last time – I’ve added it now and there’s another in this week’s so it seems a great opportunity to recommend yet another fantastic resource to you.
Check out the God’s Story videos from Crossroads Kids Club. They’re beautifully produced with a nice clear simple explanation that’s neither just facts or just application but the right amount of both. The animation styles differ but they all look great (they’ve also produced a few in Chinese and Spanish) and they cover a broad range of stories not only narrative. We used ‘Joshua Becomes Leader’ and ‘God’s Reminders’ for our weekend away but there are so many I’m sure we’ll come back to them later. They’ve also got a whole load of songs, verses and something called ‘the kitchen’ which I haven’t had a chance to check out yet but I’m looking forward to seeing more of what they’ve got!
Joshua looks back
and so do we!
Bonus games! Bonus songs! Worksheets galore! Twice the talks! Bonus Powerpoints! When you have 30 kids for 3 hours it turns out you have to produce a lot more stuff than usual. This is the Saturday morning of our weekend away which we tried to link to what the grown ups were doing ‘Looking Back in Thanksgiving‘. They got a bit of our local church history lesson, we had ridiculous fun with this – I hope some of it you guys can use and enjoy as well!