Parents, today your child heard a Bible story about betrayal and redemption. Peter made a choice to deny Jesus, but Jesus redeemed Peter. Remind your child that Jesus wants people to love, trust, and follow Him.
The Daily Bible Reading for today, found on the One Conversation™ page, is Luke 9:42b. We may never fully understand the spiritual realm, but what we can know for certain is that Jesus has the authority and power to work miracles. He can change us from the inside out.
Take it Further: Check out the “Peter” section of the Worship for Life: Kids Family App. There are activities, songs, and videos that are fun for everyone to help dive further into this week’s lesson, and it’s free to download.
Learning about Peter reminds us that Jesus wants people to trust Him. Children might not always understand what that means, which opens up opportunities for them to ask lots of questions. Here is a great article to help you answer “Common Questions Kids Ask about Salvation”: http://www.lifeway.com/Article/common-questions-kids-ask-about-salvation
John 15:5 in today’s Daily Bible Reading, found on your One Conversation™ page, is such a beautiful illustration of our relationship with Christ. Are we living examples of His fruit in our homes?
John 14:1 tells us The Way to the Father. As the Weekly Bible Verse it reinforces the story of redemption that Christ offers all of us. He wants us to love, trust, and follow Him.
Our current Life Verse is Acts 16:31. Look for ways as a family to memorize this verse together. Try turning the verse into a simple song that can be sung as your do simple tasks around the house. What a fun way for everyone to learn it!