GCC's Children's Ministry exists to make faithful followers of Christ by connecting, challenging, and impacting parents and their children.
This week, we're learning:
Isaiah 6 & 53: Isaiah, Prophet to Judah
This section of Old Testament Scripture in the book of Isaiah has been a favorite among many throughout the history of the church. While there are tons of signs, pointers, and foreshadows of Jesus all throughout the Old Testament, these sections in Isaiah stand out in their description and mission of God’s future Messiah—Jesus! The Lord started by explaining the Servant’s great success in three ways: raised, lifted, and exalted. In other words, fame and fortune would come to the Servant. Yet this Man would suffer deeply. His punishment would not be for His own sins but for those who would behold Him in faith. However, it’s this pivotal act that would cause knees to bow and to give Him the name above every name.
This Unit's Summary and Main Ideas
Unit 15: The Southern Kingdom of Judah
God called Jeremiah to tell the people about a new covenant in which sin can be forgiven once and for all. Judah continued in sin and was removed from the land. God was right to punish His people for their sin, but He kept His promise to provide a king through David’s family. Ultimately, God punished our sin through His Son, Jesus, and made Him our King forever.
Session 1 (10/20) - Isaiah, Prophet to Judah
Isaiah 6 & 53: The prophet Isaiah told about the Messiah
Session 2 (10/27) - Hezekiah and Josiah
2 Chronicles 29; 34-35: Hezekiah and Josiah led the people back to God
Session 3 (11/3) - Jeremiah, Prophet to Judah
The Book of Jeremiah: Jeremiah told God's people about a new and better covenant
Session 4 (11/10) - Habakkuk the Prophet
The Book of Habakkuk: Habakkuk learned to have faith and trust in God
Session 5 (11/17) - Judah Taken Captive
2 Chronicles 36: Judah ignored God's prophets and was captured
Session 6 (11/24) - Ezekiel Gave Hope
God planned to bring His people home and give them new life
Kids Reaching Out for Christ's Kingdom is a midweek program for 1st - 6th graders,
designed to teach kids about the value of service. (active September - May)