All about the Bible

On Tuesday, January 19th, Buckeye Bible Buddies Children’s Church held their first meeting!

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The meeting started off with Sandra taking prayer requests and leading the children in prayer. Continue reading “All about the Bible”

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Mark it on your calendars!

Don’t forget! The first night of Buckeye Bible Buddies Children’s Church will be on January 19, 2016 starting at 6:30 pm and ending at 8:00 pm.

Children of all ages are encouraged to come!  If you need directions or more information, please email caswilso@gmail.com or call (276) 944-4604.

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Keep the fire burning!

Now that the holiday season is over, it is time to get back on track with the Primary class’s study of the Israelites in the wilderness.  Sunday, January 10th was a review day since it had been a couple of weeks since the building of the tabernacle.  (You can view that post here.)

Sandra prepared a PowerPoint presentation for a review of the Tabernacle for the children in her class.  She was very surprised that her children had remembered so much! After the review, Sandra taught about the golden censor that the priest carried.  A censor was a vessel in which fire was carried from the altar of burnt offering (the brazen altar) to the altar of incense.  She told the kids that God had instructed the priests to keep the fire burning on the brazen altar and to never let the fire burn out.  Fire and coals from the brazen altar were put into the censor to light the altar of incense.

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Continue reading “Keep the fire burning!”

You’re Invited!

A new year has begun!  Instead of making resolutions for the New Year, the Primary class sent out invitations to their neighbors and families inviting them to church.

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Sandra told the Primary class the story of the parable of the wedding feast and banquet that is found in Matthew 22.  After the story, she asked the kids if they had ever been invited to a party but did not go.  She asked what excuse they gave for not going to the party.  Their excuses consisted of:

“I had other places to go.”

“I was sick.”

“Mom couldn’t take me.”

“I forgot about it.” Continue reading “You’re Invited!”