Week 6 "After Grace"

[Note to Parents: This week we studied David and Bathsheba's story. If you are unaware, David committed adultery when he had Bathsheba brought to him while her husband, one of his mighty men, was on the battlefield. She became pregnant. To cover this sin, David tried to entice Uriah to come home and sleep with his wife so no one would know. Trying to cover his sin didn't work as planned and David ordered Uriah to be killed in battle at the hands of the enemy. Eventually, David in a low place, cries out to God and admits his sin. God forgives David but he still suffers the consequences of his sin when their child dies and troubles plague his family. There is redemption in their story, Bathsheba will become the mother of the next king of Israel, Solomon. The actions and consequences and the sins committed here, may not be appropriate to discuss in detail with your children because of their age or maturity. But the themes and Point are worth discussion. You will find the…

Week 5 "After Grace" Older Ignition

[PARENTS: Sometimes places and names in the Bible can be hard to pronounce, they are not commonly used today. Here is a link to help you with Mephibosheth's name and other words you may come across

Week 5 "After Grace" Younger Ignition

[PARENTS: Sometimes places and names in the Bible can be hard to pronounce, they are not commonly used today. Here is a link to help you with Mephibosheth's name and other words you may come across

Week 1-"Church Clean" Older Ignition Children

Parents: Watch this LifeKids video together and then ask if anyone can name something the people in the early church did together. Tell them that we will spend the next few weeks of this Point series talking about those things, of worshiping together, gathering together in homes and helping everyone in need