The angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid! I have good news for you, a message that will fill everyone with joy.” Luke 2:10

Week 1 objectives: to discover that this verse comes from the book of Luke and to take a look at the angel’s special message.

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The angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid! I have good news for you, a message that will fill everyone with joy.” Luke 2:10

Week 2 objectives: to think about God choosing the shepherds to be among the first to hear that Jesus, the Messiah had been born.

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The angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid! I have good news for you, a message that will fill everyone with joy.” Luke 2:10

Week 3 objectives: to think about the shepherds being told not to be afraid and to discover why the angel’s message was such good news.

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The angel said to them, “Don’t be afraid! I have good news for you, a message that will fill everyone with joy.” Luke 2:10

Week 4 objectives: to think about what the word ‘joy’ means and to discover why the angel’s message would bring joy to everyone.

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Four 15 minute sessions

 
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‘I shall always bless the Lord; his praises shall be in my mouth forevermore’. Psalm 34:1

Week 1 objectives: to discover that this verse was written by David at a time when King Saul was trying to trap him, and to talk about what it means to praise someone.

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‘I shall always bless the Lord; his praises shall be in my mouth forevermore’. Psalm 34:1

Week 2 objectives: to familiarise the children with the idea of giving praise and to think about God deserving praise.

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‘I shall always bless the Lord; his praises shall be in my mouth forevermore’. Psalm 34:1

Week 3 objectives: to discover what the word ‘bless’ means and to think about David saying he would bless the Lord at all times. 

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‘I shall always bless the Lord; his praises shall be in my mouth forevermore’. Psalm 34:1

Week 4 objectives: to play a game that will help the children memorise the verse and remind them that David said praise would always be in his mouth.

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Four 15 minute sessions

 
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Jesus answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37

Week 1 objectives: to discover that this verse can be found in the book of Matthew and to talk briefly about rules.

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Jesus answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37

Week 2 objective: to think about the Ten Commandments and our need for God’s help to live his way.

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Jesus answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37

Week 3 objective: to think about what it means to love God.

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Jesus answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37

Week 4 objective: to think about what it means to love God with all your heart, all your soul and all your mind.

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Jesus answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ Matthew 22:37

Week 5 objectives: to play a game that will help the children remember this months verse and to talk about God's great love and forgiveness.

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Five 15 minute sessions

 
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‘I remember what the Lord did. I remember the miracles you did long ago.’ Psalm 77:11

Week 1 objectives: to learn that this verse comes from the book of Psalms and that Psalm 77 was written by a musician called Asaph.

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‘I remember what the Lord did. I remember the miracles you did long ago.’ Psalm 77:11

Week 2 objective: to think about the Bible being made up of lots of books written by many different people and to think about the Bible saying what God wants it to say.

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‘I remember what the Lord did. I remember the miracles you did long ago.’ Psalm 77:11

Week 3 objectives: to think about the Bible being full of stories, poems and songs about God’s miracles and to begin thinking about the Bible being God’s way of telling people about himself. 

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‘I remember what the Lord did. I remember the miracles you did long ago.’ Psalm 77:11

Week 4 objective: to think about why Christians believe it is a good thing to remember what they read about in the Bible.

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