Throughout the summer, our preschoolers will be introduced to people in the Bible who did amazing things while they were still kids. They rocked because they did what God wanted them to do, and our preschoolers can do that too.
In June, we’ll hear the stories of Jesus in the temple, young Samuel learning to listen to God, and two stories of young David. We’ll learn how David was chosen to lead and be king when he was just a kid, and then how he was brave and defeated a giant with just a sling and a stone.
All summer long we’re going to be making fun instruments while we celebrate that God made each one of us to do good works.
Through the story of Jesus as a boy, our preschoolers will learn that they can tell others about God. Young Samuel will show them how they can listen to God. Young David will show them that they can be chosen to lead. And, finally, David will also show them that they can be brave. God used each and every one of these guys, at such a young age, to do amazing things. They were kids! But that did not stop them for doing what God wanted them to do. We want our preschoolers to know that they can do what God wants them do too – and that totally rocks!
In July, Daniel, Miriam, Josiah, a young boy and his lunch and Timothy will continue to help our preschoolers learn that they can do what God wants them to do. Keep it rockin’ for your preschoolers! And when you think about it, doing all of this for your preschoolers means you’re doing good works too – which means kids aren’t the only ones who rock.
Mary and Joseph find 12-year-old Jesus sitting in the temple and talking with the religious leaders.
1 Samuel 3:1-10, 19
The boy Samuel learns to listen when God speaks to him.
1 Samuel 16:1-13
Samuel anoints David, the youngest of Jesse’s sons, to be the next king of Israel.
1 Samuel 17:1-50
The young boy David volunteers to battle Goliath and defeats him with a sling and five smooth stones.
Young Daniel and his three friends ask to only eat vegetables and drink water when in training with King Nebuchadnezzar because they want to honor God.
Young Miriam watches her baby brother Moses after their mom puts him in a basket and hides him in the reeds on the bank of the Nile River.
1 Samuel 16:1-13
Josiah becomes king at just eight years old and leads the people to do what God wants them to.
Jesus uses a young boy’s lunch to perform a miracle and feed over 5000 people.
1 Timothy 4:12
A review of Kids Rock ending with Timothy encouraging the reader to not let anyone think less of them because they are young.