Kids Club: Hope - Week 4

Kids Club: Hope - Week 4

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.

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Kids Club: Hope - Week 3

Kids Club: Hope - Week 3

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.

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Kids Club: Hope - Week 2

Kids Club: Hope - Week 2

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 wonder if 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.

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Kids Club: Individuality - Week 3

Kids Club: Individuality - Week 3

Bottom Line: God made me to make a difference. As we discover more about our individuality, we can begin to realize that God created us for a purpose. God can use our strengths to help others and show them what it means to follow Jesus. Through Timothy’s story, we hope that kids start to understand the purpose God has for them.

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Kids Club: Service Wk 4

Kids Club: Service Wk 4

Bottom Line: Serve others without looking for applause. Typically, when we do something for someone else, we want everyone to know what we did. After all, having others compliment us feels good. But we hope that kids start to understand that when we decide to give in secret, the act of service becomes totally about the other person and not themselves.

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Kids Club: Sky-Zone

Kids Club: Sky-Zone

On Thursday, January 31st, Kids Club and the St. Andrew's youth will be heading to Skyzone. We will meet at Skyzone (150 Gateway Park Drive in Kitchener) for 7:00pm. Parents or guardians will need to sign a Skyzone release form and pay for their child/children to enter the trampoline park. Children may be picked up anytime before 9:00pm. Parents or guardians are also welcome to join us for the evening if they wish. 

See you Thursday!

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Kids Club: Self-Control Wk 4

Kids Club: Self-Control Wk 4

Bottom Line: Know when to stop. Knowing when to stop isn’t always easy for kids. A lot of times it’s a parent or teacher who helps them know it’s time to stop what they’re doing and take a break. We hope that kids start to see that stopping something—even if it’s fun—can be the wisest choice. We also want them to know they don’t need to do this on their own. God will help them know when to stop.

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Kids Club: We Will Resume On January 10th

Kids Club: We Will Resume On January 10th

There will be no Kids Club for the next four weeks. We will resume on January 10th.

We have had a great time this year learning about initiative, contentment, and cooperation. We look forward to learning more great things, and more about the Bible in the new year. Enjoy your Christmas Holidays, and we will see you next year!

Have a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

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