Bottom Line: God wants me to see what really matters. As we learn more about how God sees us it teaches us how to see ourselves and it can change the way we see others. We pray that kids start to understand that God wants us to see others how He sees them and treat everyone like they matter.Read More
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.Read More
Bottom Line: God wants to have a relationship with me. When it comes to understanding individuality, it’s important we help kids understand that God created them to have a relationship with Him. We hope, through Jesus’ parable of the Lost Sheep, kids will start to understand God’s amazing love for them.Read More
Bottom Line: God made me in His image. We hope to help kids understand that being made in the image of God means we can love, show kindness, be creative, solve problems, and care for others all because we reflect and respond to God’s character.Read More
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.Read More
Bottom Line: Use what you have to serve others. Sometimes kids might look at a situation and wonder if they have anything they can offer to help. We hope they remember that God can use whatever they have to do some amazing things. They just need to be willing to use it to serve others.Read More
Bottom Line: Look for ways to serve others. Kids are just becoming aware of the needs around them. As leaders, we can help them notice the people around them who may have a need they can meet. God gives gifts to everyone who follows Jesus they can use to give back and help others know Jesus.Read More
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!Read More
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.Read More
Bottom Line: Think before you lose your temper. God can give us the strength we need to pause and think about the consequences of our actions. Rather than letting our anger get the better of us, God can help us show patience and keep the situation under control.Read More
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!Read More
This week, we will be wrapping up Kids Club for 2018, with a movie night. We have had a great time this year learning about initiative, contentment, and cooperation. For our last night of Kids Club in 2018, we will be celebrating the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you wish to read through the birth narrative in the Bible, it is found in Matthew 1:18-24; 2:1-21; and Luke 1:26-38; 2:1-21.Read More
The Bottom Line this week is Work together to point people to Jesus. Our kids can learn how to be the church even at a young age. Just think about the impact they could have on the world when they realize that how they work together could impact a person’s relationship with Jesus.Read More
The Bottom Line this week is Work together to help someone in need. When we see others with needs that seem huge and overwhelming, we too often think they’re too big for us to help and end up doing nothing. However, if we cooperate with others to meet their need, we have a better chance making a difference in their life and point them to God.Read More
This week’s Bottom Line is work together to help someone succeed. Just like Hur and Aaron, it’s important for a child to realize that working together isn’t just about doing something for yourself. You can work with other people to help them win at life too.Read More
This week’s Bottom Line is God wants us to work together. Sometimes we think it’d be better if we didn’t have to rely on anyone else to get a job done, but this isn’t how God created us. God created us for community, to work together, and to do more than we can do on our own. We hope that kids see the value in cooperation because cooperation starts with God.Read More