Through our curriculum, the Gospel Project for Kids, we take children on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Your children will discover how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. They engage through story, activities, scripture memorization, and prayer. Each week, we send families lesson overviews and valuable links so that parents can engage with their children to prepare them for the coming Sunday's lesson. As well we provide links to our weekly teaching videso for families who perfer to worship at home at this time and also a link to Gospel Project @Home to use after the Sunday lesson.
We have just started offering Kingdom Kidz, but because we are not all meeting together as a congregation, we do not want your children to miss out on their regular teaching time. So every week, even though some of us are meeting, for those who choose not to attend, we will post a video of the lesson as well as the activity pages, which you will find below.
After Jesus’ death and resurrection, He appeared to His disciples over a 40-day period. At one point, He appeared to more than 500 people. During that time, Jesus taught about the kingdom of God. Some of them wondered if Jesus was finally going to overthrow the Roman government and set up His kingdom on earth.
Jesus had a different plan for the disciples. He directed the Eleven to go to a mountain, where He appeared to them again. They worshiped Him, but some still doubted. (Matt. 28:17) On the mountain, Jesus gave His disciples the Great Commission. He commanded His disciples to go into the world and preach the gospel, the good news about Him.
Jesus left earth and returned to heaven, but He did not leave us alone. Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit to be with us and help us do God’s work—to teach people everywhere about Jesus so they will trust in Him as their Lord and Saviour. One day, Jesus will return to make all things new and to rule as Lord over all.
For more resources to help you prepare your children for this Sunday's lessons you can visit the JAMES NORTH KIDS FaceBook page.