Thankfulness 4-Week Children's Ministry Curriculum
NEW For Thanksgiving 2016 - Learning to Be Thankful
God wants us to be thankful, and he’s given us a lot of things to be thankful for. In this series kids will learn about the blessings God has given them and how they can show their gratitude for his generosity.
Thankfulness 4-Week Children's Ministry Curriculum Lesson Overview:
Memory Verse: "Give praise to the Lord, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done.” 1 Chronicles 16:8 (NIV)
Thank you for making me – God is our creator, and he has a special plan for all of us. That’s a great reason to be thankful, and a great reason to be obedient. Jeremiah 1, God calls Jeremiah
Thank you for saving me – God sent his son, Jesus, to die for our sins. We can thank God for his amazing love and for wanting a relationship with us. Luke 7:36-50, A woman anoints Jesus’ feet.
Thank you for blessing me – From friends and family to the little things that make us smile, all good gifts come from God. We need to thank him for his daily blessings. Psalm 138
Thank you for including me – God can use us to share his love with others by showing them what he has done for us. We can thank God by giving of our time and our gifts. Luke 19:1-10, The Story of Zacchaeus
Each Lesson Includes:
- Memory Verse
- Object Lesson or Kids Sermon
- Large Group Game
- Large Group Lesson Outline
- Small Group Discussion Questions
- Make It Stick! Parent Sheet
About This Children's Ministry Curriculum:
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- Designed for Kids Ages 6-12
- 4-Week Series
- Includes Both Large Group and Small Group Resources
- Perfect for Children's Church or Sunday School
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