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Apr 18 2021

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This Week's Gathering

In the month of April, we celebrate that Jesus is alive!

We hope you and your kids are exploring Kingdom ideas and noting gospel sightings in everyday life together. Check back here every Sunday to find new lesson videos and parent guides that can help you know how to take hold of good moments with them in further exploring what they are currently learning in Mosaic Kids.

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

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Fly a Kite

Story Focus: Jesus taught us how to love one another. Week three is all about what Jesus wants us to do now that He has gone to get Heaven ready for us. Jesus wants us to love one another. Loving one another looks like helping one another, sharing with one another, and being kind to one another. When we love like Jesus, people will believe us when we tell them that Jesus is alive and He wants to be their friend forever.

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

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Reconnect: Build the Bridge

For week three, we head back to Genesis 26:1-6, 12- 22, 26-31. Isaac moved to a region where he reclaimed the wells that had belonged to his father, Abraham. For years no one had cared about the wells until they were reopened, then everyone started fighting over them. Instead of fighting, Isaac decided to give away the wells in order to make peace. Isaac simply walked away from what was rightfully his. And by walking away from the fight, those people changed their opinion about Isaac, and decided to trust him.

Bottom Line: You can show you care about others by walking away from a fight.

Sometimes creating peace with someone means walking away even if we’re not wrong. Often it takes a stronger person to have the self- control to walk away. We pray that kids will learn how they can choose peace when they want to argue and fight.

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Mix 56: Teaching & Resources (5th & 6th Grade)

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Reconnect: Build the Bridge

Key Question: When should you walk away from a fight? If you walk into a fifth-grade classroom, you’ll quickly discover that even if fists aren’t flying, kids argue and fight with each other. Walking away from a fight can be one of the hardest things a kid does because they feel like their entire reputation is at stake. We pray kids leave with a game plan for how they can make the wise choice and walk away from a fight.

For week three, we head back to Genesis 26:1-6, 12- 22, 26-31. Isaac moved to a region where he reclaimed the wells that had belonged to his father, Abraham. For years no one had cared about the wells until they were reopened, then everyone started fighting over them. Instead of fighting, Isaac decided to give away the wells in order to make peace. Isaac simply walked away from what was rightfully his. And by walking away from the fight, those people changed their opinion about Isaac, and decided to trust him.

Bottom Line: You can show you care about others by walking away from a fight.

Sometimes creating peace with someone means walking away even if we’re not wrong. Often it takes a stronger person to have the self- control to walk away. We pray that kids will learn how they can choose peace when they want to argue and fight.