For the Week of June 28th
Parent Info for On Campus Worship Services
Toddlers (2 & 3 Year Olds):
Our next stop on our Bible Stories Adventure is the story about a man named Joseph. Joseph's life has a lot of ups and downs. Through it all, Joseph learned to trust God no matter what. He knew that God is always good! Watch these two videos below to learn about Joseph's story. These stories are not in your Bible.
Preschool & Kindergarten:
Our next stop on our Bible Adventure takes us to the end of the book of Genesis. There we learn about a man named Joseph. The book of Genesis takes us through most of Joseph's life. He had a lot of bad things happen to him, and he had a lot of good things happen! Though it all, Joseph knew that no matter what, God was in charge and God was good. Grab your Read with me Bibles this week and read the different stories about Joseph's life.
Joseph's Beautiful Coat- pg 74
Joseph's Dreams- pg 76
The Brothers Sell Joseph- pg 80
Joseph's Brothers Go to Egypt- pg 87
Check out this fun song that tells the story of Joseph.
Elementary (1st-5th Grade):
Have you ever wanted to just quit and give up? Maybe you have tried to do something so many times, but it never works. Maybe it's a sports game where you were down by so many and knew you could never come back to win the game. Sound familiar? Truth is, we have all been there. Life is hard and sometimes doesn't go our way. It's easy to want to give up and throw in the towel.
That is why the story of Joseph is so important. We learned through Joseph's life that there will be good times and also hard times. God never promised us an easy life. We can learn from Joseph that no matter what, we can trust God because God is always good.
What is going on in your life right now where you need to trust God?
What can you learn from Joseph's story?
Sermon Guide for Adult Service
RFF Kids Worship
Here are a few YouTube Worship Videos that your kids can sing along to this week! These are the songs we will sing on Sunday at church. (The Comeback is added as it goes with the theme of this week's sermon.)