“Ouch!” is all about some really powerful truths Jesus taught when he preached the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus said some things that made his followers say, “Ouch!” because they knew what Jesus said was SO true, and when they thought about how they were living compared to how Jesus said they should be, it stung a little. It hurt to see how far off they were from how Jesus said they should be living.
Jesus made some EXTREME statements during the Sermon on the Mount. Speaking of extreme, in this series your kids will meet our EXTREME sports specialist. His name is Ban Daid. He’s going to be the host for the intro videos for “OUCH!” We pray your children are blessed as they learn from Jesus’ teachings in the Sermon on the Mount.
Lesson 1: “Be Happy When People Pick On You!” Matthew 5:10)
Lesson 2: “Cut Off Your Hand!” (Matthew 5:30)
Lesson 3: “Don’t Judge Others, Or You Will Be Judged!” (Matthew 7:1)
Lesson 4: “Anger Is Murder!” (Matthew 5:21,22)
Lesson 5: “Love Your Enemies!” (Matthew 5:44)
Lesson 6: “Not Everyone Who Calls Me Lord Will Go To Heaven!” (Matthew 7:21)
This curriculum includes:
Included are Quicktime Videos of “The Spark” Intro Video segments featuring Ban Daid and his grandma Gran Daid, the Power Verse Videos featuring Boo Boo, and “Watts Up?” Videos featuring “Skittles”. We have included several “Video Bumpers” to be used as transitions to each segment of the service (“Game On!”, “Offering”, and “Brain Drain”).
Included in Each Lesson:
Each lesson includes a character skit, Bible Story (with comic book style illustrated graphics), game, object lessons, Illustrated "Call To Action" Message, Family Devotion (take-home), “Small Group Experience,” and Kid Take-Home Activity Page. Each lesson is jam-packed with material that is fully customizable.
This is a DOWNLOAD product ONLY. No physical product option is available.
This is a downloadable ZIP file. Open the file to find the Quicktime video files and all Data files included.
Click HEREfor a sample Large Group lesson, Small Group Lesson, and Family Devo.