For Parents of Preschoolers
It’s week three in our series on the life of David. God had big plans for David. David was chosen to be the next king of Israel. This week God sent a special friend for David. His new friend would help keep him safe and encourage him.
This Week's Bible Story Video:
Songs to Be Singing Together:
This Week's Coloring Sheets:
For Parents of Elementary-Age Children
We are confident you are shepherding your children well at home as it is evident in our interactions with them. We count it a privilege to partner with you in their discipleship. You have always been your child’s primary faith trainer and currently you may even be his or her only faith trainer. Now we want to continue our partnership with you, your child’s small group leader.
Gospel Project at Home
Our Sunday morning trek through the Bible continues at home. We have prepared a parent lesson for you to consider using with your children. The links below will provide you with everything you need to lead a small group with your family in your home.
Children's Books on Racism and the Gospel
This Sunday Pastor Matt continues the sermon series Imago Dei by preaching on ethnic diversity. As a supplemental way of reinforcing these truths at home with your children, consider these age-specific book recommendations from our friends at The Gospel Coalition.
Children in Worship
Whether you are worshiping with us on-campus or in your home, now is a good time to help your children begin to develop good listening and note-taking habits. “My Worship Gathering Notes” has been created with 1st and 2nd grade readers in mind. Many older children are able to use the worship guide provided for adults. You know your child best and can determine which guide is most beneficial for him or her. You may print either guide for use wherever you are choosing to gather for corporate worship.
Bible Memory Verses
Our early fall Bible memory cards are available to download on your mobile devices, tablets, etc.
BH Kids has prepared two documents you may find helpful as you navigate these changing times: “In Times Like These” and “Welcome the Children to Worship.”