April 10, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: Matthew 21:1-11
Parents have your kids draw a picture of Jesus riding a donkey and ask them who Jesus is and why he is important.
April 11, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: Matthew 21:12-22
This Thursday we will have a special online devotional led by Pastor John. During that video devotional, John will lead us in a special celebration of communion. Please gather some communion elements for that time - bread and juice.
Parents draw a large heart that fills an entire piece of paper and ask your children to either draw pictures or write out things that are important to them. Talk to your children about ways they can put Christ first in everything and if we put Christ first it helps us have a better life.
April 12, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: Luke 22:7-38
Parents talk to your children about right and wrong and how we all do wrong, but Christ offers us the opportunity to be forgiven of all the wrong things we do. Give you kids examples of sinful things that they can relate to. Taking a friend or sibling's toy; disobeying mom, dad or teacher; being hateful to a friend.
April 13, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: John 13:1-17
-- Maundy Thursday --
Please go to www.hopefellowship.net/easter2017 today and join with us for a special devotional led by Pastor John. Don’t forget to gather your communion elements.
April 14, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: Matthew 27:11-56
Parents, tell your children the story of when and why you decided to give your life to Christ. Tell them in your own words what Jesus means to you. Afterward, say a prayer with them that Jesus would be at the center of their lives.
April 15, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: Matthew 27:57-66
Parents ask your children to draw a picture of the tomb that Jesus was buried in with roman guards posted. Ask your children about something in their life that is difficult and pray with them that Christ would help them know how to get through it.
April 16, 2017
Today’s Scripture Reading: John 20:1-30
As we conclude, take some time and write a prayer of Thanksgiving to Jesus expressing your gratitude for all He has done for you,
Parents ask your children to write out a list or draw a picture of things they are thankful for. After to write out your prayer take time to thank God for all of these things.