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November 22 2020

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This Week's Lesson

At Mosaic Kids, we believe that God's Word is for kids today, impacting their lives now. While we aren't currently able to host our Mosaic Kids Sunday gatherings, if you're able, we would love for you to join us as a family in the sanctuary on Sunday mornings, engaging in worship and God's worth together. (Activity packets for kids will be available for all families to pick up before entering the sanctuary.)

You can also continue to find the weekly Mosaic Kids Lesson videos (full of worship, a lesson, and familiar faces) right here every week. We encourage you to watch these with your kids and use them to jumpstart memorable Gospel moments and conversations throughout the rest of the week!

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Little Kids: Teaching & Resources (2-5 years old)

Thankful Tree

It’s time to make thankful trees! Making thankful trees is so much fun! The colors get prettier and prettier as the trees get bigger and bigger. And, it feels so good to think about and write down what we’re thankful for – for an entire month!

This time of year helps us refocus on all the good in our lives. And there is SO much good when it comes to God. Because God is good! is what we want preschoolers to learn this month. God is good and we have A LOT we can thank Him for.

So, get ready to create those thankful trees and tell God, “Thank You” for all the good things He’s made and done! We can’t wait to celebrate thankfulness all month long! And, in case you didn’t know, we are very thankful for you and all that you do to help preschoolers know that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever.

WEEK FOUR | I CAN THANK GOD FOR PEOPLE WHO HELP ME.

Story Focus: I can thank God for people who help me. Week four will be filled with blocks and tools as we pretend to help Nehemiah repair the wall. Nehemiah had so many people helping him, and our preschoolers have a lot of people helping them too. We want our preschoolers to see the teachers, doctors, neighbors, coaches, and grocery clerks who help them and say, “Thank You, God!”

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Worship & Teaching

Mosaic Kids

The Garden & City: Teaching & Resources (Kindergarten - 4th Grade)

Shout Out

Gratitude sometimes feels like a lost art. Yet gratitude is an idea close to God’s heart. Think about all of the Bible stories where people give thanks to each other, celebrate God with feasts and festivals—not to mention the Psalms filled songs of praise. Just take a moment to consider everything God has done for you: the world He made, the promises He’s kept, the new life He offers through Jesus. When we remember all of that, we can always be thankful.

WEEK FOUR | ADJUST YOUR ATTITUDE.

Next, we head to Matthew 20:1-15. Jesus told a parable about a few vineyard workers making comparisons about what others were getting paid. They became ungrateful for what they did receive and started complaining. In the end, they needed to adjust their attitude and be grateful.

Bottom Line: Adjust your attitude. We can change our whole outlook on life if we take the time to refocus and think about all that we’ve been given. We pray that kids will see their own life differently and discover all the ways they can show gratitude.

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Worship & Teaching

Mosaic Kids

Mix56: Teaching & Resources (5th & 6th Grade)

Shout Out

Gratitude sometimes feels like a lost art. Yet gratitude is an idea close to God’s heart. Think about all of the Bible stories where people give thanks to each other, celebrate God with feasts and festivals—not to mention the Psalms filled songs of praise. Just take a moment to consider everything God has done for you: the world He made, the promises He’s kept, the new life He offers through Jesus. When we remember all of that, we can always be thankful.

WEEK FOUR | ADJUST YOUR ATTITUDE.

Key Question: What is keeping you from being grateful? Kids will learn soon enough, that sometimes it’s hard to feel grateful. Through asking this question, we hope kids will come away with a plan to refocus on what really matters and discover how they can show gratitude.

Next, we head to Matthew 20:1-15. Jesus told a parable about a few vineyard workers making comparisons about what others were getting paid. They became ungrateful for what they did receive and started complaining. In the end, they needed to adjust their attitude and be grateful.

Bottom Line: Adjust your attitude. We can change our whole outlook on life if we take the time to refocus and think about all that we’ve been given. We pray that kids will see their own life differently and discover all the ways they can show gratitude.

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