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Pre-K may enjoy this too, with some help.
What is a Missionary?
Listen as Hannah tells us what a missionary is. She has been a missionary in the United Kingdom.
Match the pairs and find the sandal that has no pair and send Karen an email with the number of the single sandal.
YUMMY or Not?
I found this recipe but haven't tried it. I need someone to taste test it and tell me if the jello sticks to the grapes and if it's any good. Who is going to be the first one to try it out? Maybe a snack for camp in the future?
DEVO BY BECCA
Becca is going to read from the Bible in Luke 19:1-10. The story is about a man named Zacheaus, who was a thief. Listen to her talk to find out why Jesus loved this thief.
POTATO BIBLE CHARACTERS
Decide on a Bible character. Then ask mom for a potato. Decide how you can make your potato look like one of these people. Have fun! Take a picture and send it to Karen at email@example.com
Get Moving with these Songs
Listen to this song about Zachahaeus
What do you call a dinosaur that is sleeping?
Why did the teddy bear say no to dessert?
Because she was stuffed.
What did the left eye say to the right eye?
Between us, something smells!
What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman?
What did one plate say to the other plate?
Dinner is on me!
Why did the student eat his homework?
Because the teacher told him it was a piece of cake!
Share a Joke with a Friend
Thunder crashed loudly, and Raya gasped as the lights blinked once and then everything went black. "Oh no!" Garrett exclaimed. "The storm knocked out our power. What dowe do now, Dad?"
"Don't move," Dad told them. "I'll go find some candles."
"I'll come too." Garrett jumped up, took one step, and stumbled over something. "Ow!" he howled as he got up and sank back into his seat.
Soon Dad returned with a lighted candle in each hand. "There--how's that?" Dad carefully set the candles down on the coffee table. "Now we can see again."
"This is nice," said Mom, leaning back in her chair. "I like candlelight."
"Well, it's not very bright," said Garrett, "but it's better than the dark." He rubbed his foot. "Now I see what I tripped over--a book that fell on the floor."
Raya, who had been reading before the power went out, leaned toward the candles to see better, but then put down her book. "It's still pretty dark for reading. I'm glad we don't have to use candlelight all the time, like they did hundreds of years ago."
"I am too," Dad agreed. "But even today people live in the dark."
"They do?" Garrett asked. "You mean, like blind people?"
"Actually, I was thinking of people living in the darkness of sin. That's much
worse than physical blindness," said Dad. "If we've never seen the light of Jesus in our lives, we often think everything is just fine. But it really isn't. The darkness keeps us from seeing clearly."
"Like I couldn't see anything on the floor tonight," said Garrett. "I thought I could walk out of here, but I tripped as soon as I took a step."
Mom nodded. "The good news is that no one has to stay in the dark. Jesus is the light of the world, and He offers His light to anyone who will trust in Him. His light is much more powerful than this candlelight." As she spoke, the lights suddenly came back on and lit up the room.
"All right!" exclaimed Raya. "No more darkness here tonight!" LYNNE M. LEPLEY
HOW ABOUT YOU?
Do you have the light of Jesus in your life? Has it shown you that you’re a sinner in need of the forgiveness He offers? Or do you think you’re doing just fine on your own? If so, you’re walking in the dark. You need Jesus. He wants to come into your life and take away the darkness of sin. Invite Him in today. (To learn more, click the "Good News!" button in the right column of this page.)
TODAY'S KEY VERSE: JOHN 8:12 (NIV)
[JESUS SAID,] “I AM THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD. HE WHO FOLLOWS ME SHALL NOT WALK IN DARKNESS.” (NKJV)