Preschoolers will hear four stories from the Old Testament about how God spoke to people through promises and dreams. Kids will learn that if God said it, it came true.
Get out of your seat, crank up these jams and get ready to dance!
Watch the video from Week 1: God Speaks to Noah, Genesis 6-9
ASK YOUR KID
What did God tell Noah to build? an ark
PARENT BIBLE STUDY
Read: Genesis 6-9
Noah was the last good man on earth. The Bible tells us that he was righteous, blameless, and faithful. In a world where everyone else was running as far from God as possible, Noah was a man of integrity. Even before God said he would wipe out the earth and start over, Noah knew that God takes sin seriously.
It may feel scary and uncomfortable to look at sin through God’s eyes. But we have to understand sin, before we can really understand or appreciate God’s grace. No matter what our sins are— whether truly evil, or just regular struggles—they separate us from God. We have all sinned. And just like the people who died in the flood, we all deserve death (Romans 8:28).
But God’s plan from the beginning has always included a way of salvation through faith and sacrifice. God extends his grace to anyone who believes in him and does what he says. He offered faithful Noah grace by saving him and his family in the ark. God extended his grace to us by sacrificing his own son, Jesus, for our sins.
When we put our faith in Jesus, we don’t have to watch the skies in fear of another flood when we sin. Thankfully, God promised that he would never wipe out the earth that way again. Instead, we can ask for forgiveness, and trust that God’s grace for us will be amazing.
Do you ever live in fear that God will punish you for your sins?
What do you believe about God’s grace and how to access it?
“Every word of God is true,” Proverbs 30:5.
THE BIG PICTURE
Our preschool curriculum written for 3-5 year olds. Through exciting videos, or live teaching in the rooms, kids explore stories from the Bible each month. Beginning with Creation, and moving in chronological order throughout the year, kids learn that God is a powerful, loving, and trustworthy friend who cares about us. They learn that God sent Jesus to save the world. In a large group format, preschoolers sing and dance to worship songs, then meet fun characters and play games that introduce them to the concept of the series. After the story, kids play a Big Group Game, then transition to small group activities, designed to be led by an adult. We hope preschoolers learn through fun, and begin to understand who God is and how much he loves them.