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We have full programming for Grace Hill Kids ages birth-5th grade in every service. All we ask you to do is to please pre-register your kids so we know who to expect! Click on the registration button and we'll get back in touch with you! 

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FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT ON THE LAWN

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Join us for a Family Movie Night on the lawn. We’ll watch the newest movie about a magical nanny who turns a family’s life around. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. We’ll provide the movie and popcorn!

START HERE

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Elementary parents, we know that talking to your kids about salvation can difficult. When is the right time? Are they too young? How do I communicate salvation in a way my child can understand?

We want to equip and encourage parents to lead their own kids into a relationship with Jesus. We want to help you see how you can explain the gospel to your children. Studies show that the elementary ages are a significant time of spiritual development. Decisions made by the age of 10 can begin a pattern for relationships and behavior that last a lifetime. 

April 28 at 9:30am, we want parents and kids to attend Start Here. Start Here takes an easy, step-by-step approach to cue families to talk about how to become part of God’s One Big Story. We'll explain salvation to your kids, and then we'll equip you the parent to continue those conversations at home. 

THIS Month In elementary

GOD VIEW:THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HOPE AND GOD’S CHARACTER, AS SHOWN THROUGH GOD’S BIG STORY

HOPE IS A RESPONSE OF THE CHARACTER OF G O D

WEEK 1 We start the month with friends of Jesus who had lost all hope. John records an incredible moment that we find in John 11:1-45. When Lazarus died, Jesus used the opportunity to point people to God. Jesus was stronger than even death itself and raised Lazarus back to life four days after he had died.

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember how powerful God is. God can do amazing things in your life. We pray that kids will understand that when they face something difficult or hard to understand that they’ll find hope that God’s power can help us through whatever we face.

WEEK 2 Next, we head to an incredible moment John records in John 12:9-16. God’s people had waited for generations for God to send the Messiah. They were overwhelmed when Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem. God kept His promise. The mission to save the world was happening. This didn’t go exactly how they expected, but God was up to something bigger than they could imagine!

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember
God keeps His promises. 
Because God keeps His promises, we can trust Him no matter what. Kids will face moments in their life where they might wonderif God will come through for them. We want kids to understand that God will come through. It might not be as they expected, but they can have hope that God will help them through their situation.

WEEK 3 We’ll take a look at Easter through John’s perspective in John 18:1–20:18. As the disciples experienced the events of the crucifixion, from Jesus’ arrest in the garden to His death, they must have wondered if everything they experienced with Jesus was all for nothing. But that all changed when they discovered that Jesus was alive! Everything Jesus said about Himself was true. Their hope was now built on the foundation of a risen Savior.

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember Jesus is alive. No matter what we face in life, we can hope because Jesus is stronger than sin and death. He’s resurrection is proof that God loves us and wants a forever relationship with us. We pray that kids will celebrate Jesus and discover the hope we can have only because of the resurrection.

WEEK 4 We finish the month with an important moment recorded in John 20:19-29. Although Thomas was one of Jesus’ disciples, he hadn’t yet seen Jesus face- to-face after the resurrection. When the rest of the disciples tried to tell him that Jesus was alive, Thomas couldn’t believe it. Jesus showed up again, went to Thomas and gave him a chance to touch the scars. Thomas knew once and for all that Jesus was alive!

Bottom Line: Whatever happens, remember God is bigger than your questions. Questions are a normal part of following Jesus. We won’t always understand what we read in the Bible or why our life looks the way it does. God wants us to be honest about
our questions and doubts. We pray that kids will understand that they can have hope knowing God will help them through those doubts.

Resources:
PARENT CUE CARD K-3
PARENT CUE CARD PRETEEN
K-5 GOD TIME WEEK 1
K-5 GOD TIME WEEK 2
K-5 GOD TIME WEEK 3
K-5 GOD TIME WEEK 4