You shall teach [these commandments] diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. (Deuteronomy 6:7, ESV)
BRV Kids Update!
BRV is moving to outdoor in-person worship services (in addition to our online service) – we’ll be in the parking lot of The Christian Academy in Brookhaven on Sundays at 9AM and we’d love to have you join! This service change also means changes for our BRV Kids ministry, so please click here to read the latest e-mail update: BRV Kids parent letter.
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Let’s say our Declaration Memory Verse
Elementary Bible Story
Preschool Bible Story
Bible Passage: Acts 23–26
Big Picture Question: What will happen for all Christians in the future? One day all Christians will see Jesus in His glory and live with Him forever.
Story Point: Paul was willing to do hard things to share the gospel.
Bible Skills and Discussion:
- Who had planned to kill Paul? (the Jews, Acts 23:15)
- How often did Paul and Felix, the governor, meet to talk about faith? (many times for two years, Acts 24:27)
- Who did Paul tell Festus he wanted to see? (Caesar, the emperor of Rome; Acts 25:10)
- How was prison a blessing from God for Paul? Guide the kids to think about what Paul’s enemies wanted to do to him. Remind the kids that as long as Paul was being held by the Romans, the Jewish religious leaders who hated him could not achieve their goal of killing Paul.