Satan has no friends. He does not distinguish between an adult and a child when it comes to his plan for human beings. He wants to snare us in the trap of temptation and cause as much pain as he can when we give into sin.
Children are often unaware of the traps the devil has laid out for them. Because their eyes are not open and wary, they end up falling into traps of lying, deceit, stealing, revenge, and many other temptations.
In this series of lessons, your children will look at the story of the original sin from the perspective of each of the characters involved: Satan (serpent), Adam, Eve, and God. As we examine the story from all of these different perspectives, we will see the range of emotions and impact that the same series of events had on each of these characters.
As you teach your children these lessons, your goal is to help them understand that we ALL are tempted and we ALL have to choose how to handle that temptation. In addition, God’s response to ALL of us, whether we resist the temptation or fall prey to it, is the same...He loves us and comes looking for us.
Lesson 1: “Satan’s Plan For Your Life”
Lesson 2: “The World’s Most Expensive Fruit”
Lesson 3: “How To Handle Temptation”
Lesson 4: “God’s Response to Failure”
Click HERE for a sample Large Group / Small Group lesson.
This curriculum includes:
Included are Quicktime Videos of “The Spark” Intro Video segments featuring “Laken” and the Power Verse Videos featuring “Ferdinand.” 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.
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