God’s presence was with Israel in the tabernacle. But He had a plan from the beginning to dwell with each of us: not in a building, but by His Spirit!
Covenants, commandments and relationships: How the story of Moses teaches us that God loves us and initiates relationship with us, just like he did for His people in the book of Exodus
What do a mountain, some thunder, and a couple of stone tablets have in common? Check out this week’s lesson to find out!
Today’s lesson is based on Exodus 15:22-17:7 Let’s Start! Do you know the difference between a want and a need? A need is something you can’t live without. A want is something you’d really, really like, but it isn’t a necessity. Watch the video below with your family and decide whether each item isContinue reading “March 14, 2021: God is Provider”
Do you put your shoes on before you eat?? (Probably not, right?!) Did you know that God once told his people to do just that! Why? Find out as we continue the story of Moses this week at EGC Kids!
Last week, we learned that God told Moses He was “I AM” (the Lord!). In this week’s lesson, we’ll learn how He proved it to everyone in Egypt!!
If you were toasting marshmallows over a campfire and the flames started talking to you, how would YOU react? Join us this week to find out what Moses did when something similar happened to Him!!
Let’s Start! God was starting a whole new country with His people, Israel. Imagine that you were starting your own country! What would your flag look like? What rules would the country have? Take some time to design a flag and write 5 rules for your imaginary country (you can do this individually or withContinue reading “Sunday, May 31: God Claims His People”
Let’s Start! “If you had to choose one, would you rather eat a frog or a bug?” I (Miss Melanie) ate a bug once that my Sunday School teacher brought in for us as a snack! She wasn’t joking! Good thing we’re doing church at home now just in case EGC Kids teachers had theContinue reading “Sunday, May 17: God is Warrior”
Let’s Start! How would you describe yourself? First, write your name at the top of a piece of paper. Below that, write words or draw pictures of things that describe you (don’t use your name again). Note to Parents: If children have trouble, suggest things like: number of siblings, sports or hobbies they enjoy, favoriteContinue reading “Sunday, May 10, 2020: God is I AM.”