Turkey Pot Pie
5:30-6:30PM All church potluck
NO 6:30PM MEAL
No JAM/BLAST -- Ash Wednesday
Chicken nuggets & corn on the cob
Cheese Quesadilla with
tomatoes & lettace
Our JAM/BLAST begins at 6:30 p.m.
and we will immediately start and designate the
first 15 minutes to our meal in the fellowship hall instead of our snack in the middle of our lesson.
Be sure to mark the forms with any allergies. We welcome new students anytime but appreciate the heads up in interested for numbers. If a student does not wish to participate in the meal that is okay. We will start the lesson shortly after.
Upcoming January Series
Week 1- January 17th- Player One
Scripture: 1 Kings 17:1-6, Famine In Israel
The adventure begins when Player One starts the game. When Ahab was king, a man named Elijah suddenly appeared on the scene with an important message about a coming famine.
It was a tough assignment, but Elijah was a willing Player for the only One true God.
Objective: Kids will learn “I will go wherever God leads, even when it's hard.”
Week 2- January 24th-Glitch
Scripture: 1 Kings 18:17-39, Elijah on Mount Carmel
In video games, a glitch means that the game is not behaving as it is intended. On Mount Carmel, the prophets of Baal were experiencing a glitch when they could not rise to meet Elijah's challenge. They soon discovered that Elijah's God doesn't glitch because he is the only true God.
Objective: Kids will learn “There is only one true God.”
Children's Wednesday evening JAM/BLAST requests all Pre-k- 5th-grade students are picked up inside our Grace Entrance at 7:30 PM when our weekly program ends. Teachers will wait with the students to ensure their safety.
No Children's ministry students will be allowed to go to their parents' cars in the parking lot for their safety. Our volunteers and staff cannot leave until all children have been picked up. Thank you for helping us keep our students safe.
Week 3- January 31st-Cheat Codes
Scripture: 2 Kings 1:1-4, Judgment on Ahaziah
In video games “cheat codes” can give you all kinds of special powers and help you advance through the game. The problem is, no one wants to play with someone who uses cheat codes to win! So when it comes to actually being good enough to beat a video game, cheat codes have no real power. When King Ahaziah suffered a terrible injury, he didn't turn to God. Instead, he turned to idols and made up gods. Ahaziah learned too late that these made up gods had no power to save him.
Objective: Kids will learn, “God and God alone deserve my complete trust and my praise.”
Week 4- February 7th-Level Up
Scripture: 2 Kings 2:1-15, Chariot of Fire
The reward for doing well in game play is when you “level up.” At the end of his life, Elijah leveled up, when God sent a chariot of fire to take him up into Heaven. Elijah received an amazing reward for a life focused on God.
Objective: Kids will learn, “If I put my faith in Jesus, I can experience God’s amazing rewards.”