Thank you for visiting our GraceKids page. Here you will find printable resources and activities designed to help children of all ages engage and grow through each week's lesson. These resources will be updated weekly with new lessons.
GraceKids Printable for Sunday Services
Outdoor Toddler Care
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Exodus (Fall 2020)
Over the next few weeks, the teachers on the GraceKids team have selected a series on the book of Exodus through the "All-In-One" Bible curriculum meant to be usable for kids of all ages. You can read these passages and these studies together as a family directly from the Bible, making the visual connection between the lesson and God’s Word. The weekly guide also includes suggested activities for different age levels, as well as, questions you might discuss to build a deeper understanding of the lesson.
Click here for the update from our Grace Kids coordinator (updated August 2, 2020).
Previous Lesssons & Resources in Exodus
1. The Princess of Egypt (Exodus 2:1-15)
2. The Reluctant Prince (Exodus 2:16-4:29)
3. The Duel Begins (Exodus 7:1-10:29)
4. The God of Light and Life (Exodus 10:21-12:50)
5. Standoff at the Red Sea (Exodus 13:17-15:21)
6. Mumble, Grumble (Exodus 15:22-16:36)
7. Carried on Wings of Love (Exodus 19:1-25)
8. The Covenant (Exodus 20:1-21)
9. The God We Can’t See (Exodus 32:1-29)
* Click here for previous lessons through the Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23)
Additional Resources for Family Worship
You will also find family resources and links (playlists, podcasts, videos, craft ideas, etc.) to help your family create unique family worship, discipleship and creative gospel play. Please feel free to email our team with other ideas and resources you come across that have helped your family draw closer to God and closer together during your "stay at home" time. Click here.
That children may know, honor, and seek after God, desiring to follow Jesus and have a transformational relationship with Him, recognizing their part in God’s story and mission in the world as revealed through Scripture.
Lay a foundation of faith grounded in Biblical teaching and basic theological truths that gives children a regular opportunity to respond to God’s love and calling through the sharing of the Gospel.
Build and nurture trusting relationships with teachers and classmates so that children know they are part of a church family that cherishes them and longs to see their lives transformed by making Christ their Savior.
Partner with parents and families to reinforce lessons at home and throughout the week, promoting and fostering the individual spiritual development and maturity of each child.
Pray that God works in the hearts of children so that they grow closer in their walk with Jesus and desire to make a public profession of faith.