This Palm Sunday, learn a little more about Palms!
In this short children’s teaching, we look at the name of New Creation Fellowship Church. Even if you’re not part of our church, this short teaching will help you understand a famous Bible verse better.
Today’s children’s time walks through the parable of the fig tree as practice for reading parables. Parables invite us to ask questions and have discussions, not rush to quick conclusions. Reading them slowly and carefully helps us understand them literally, which is the first step in understanding why Jesus told them.
What questions does this parable raise for you?
Lent is a time to remember Jesus’ sojourn in the desert. What was it like? This short children’s teaching shares a bit about it, including the animals who live there.
Celebrate the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple by examining icons of Jesus as a baby and an infant and other “holy families” in the iconography of artist Kelly Latimore. Learn more about his artwork and order some prints of your own at his website.
Start at minute 4:03 to begin at the children’s time.
Last year, I got to share a little bit about epiphany around the world during our children’s time. This year, Epiphany is on Thursday, January 6. If you’d like a starting point to talk about Epiphany traditions, check it at at 6:30.
Have you ever visited a baby and their family? What presents did you bring? What do the presents that the magi bring Jesus tell us about them and about Jesus?
Christmas was last week–but it’s also every day until January 6! Here is how some people we love have been celebrating it!
This children’s time teaching shares information about childbirth in first century Palestine. Learn about what Mary might have experienced, how she was supported, and how baby Jesus was cared for when he was just born.
Jesus probably wasn’t born in a barn, far away from his family. So why is that part of our Christmas story? Find out more in this children’s teaching.