WCC Kids at Home: April 25th

Online video and curriculum for you to do as a family at home!

Check here Thursdays to see the new curriculum and videos, discussion questions, and downloadable crafts for you to do at home!

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!


WHAT YOU DO:Draw out a tic-tac-toe grid and use the attached sheet of map circles to play with your child. Remind them that our Bible story today was about how we can tell everyone in the world about Jesus!


WHAT YOU DO: Getting a letter in the mail is so fun! Who can you think of who might want to get a letter in the mail from you this week? Maybe Grandma? Or a friend? Write a letter to send to them! Letters are just one way we can send a message to someone! In our story today, Jesus had a message that he wants us to share with the whole world! God loves us and wants to be our friend!

Superhero Peacemaker

Being a PEACEMAKER is like being a superhero. It means that you are being a part of the solution. So go grab a bath towel and put it on like a superhero cape. You are well on your way to being a peacemaker! Ask God to help you show that you care about others by being a part of the solution this week!

Remember you can be a SUPERHERO by being a PEACEMAKER!

Write It Out

When you first plant a seed, you don’t see results right away. But if you keep at it, if you care for it, water it, give it plenty of sunlight, it will sprout and grow. The same is true of our relationships with others. We have to do everything we can to live in peace, to be part of the solution. We have to keep at it, knowing that in the long run, our relationships will be stronger and better when we work towards peace.

Are there any plants in your home? Write down the words of today’s verse on a card and place it next to your plant. If you don’t have a plant at home, grab a piece of paper, draw a picture of a plant and write the words of today’s verse along the bottom of the page. Each time you walk by your plant, or drawing, remember that peace is something you have to work towards every day! It doesn’t just “happen.” You have to keep at it, just like you tend to a plant to help it grow.