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We love Kids Church at View Church Tygerberg Hills! That’s why we plan a fun, Jesus-centered, life-giving programme for them that will equip them to be all that they can be in God. At the moment we meet in-person on Sundays and have the curriculum available online for you as parents to help you disciple your kids in the week!

FAMILY DISCOVERY TIME

Our View Kids teams love being able to lead the kids and teens of our church. We are privileged to spend time with them and helping them grow in their relationship with God.

 

But we also know that, as parents and guardians, you have a bigger influence on your kids and teens. And so, over the next few weeks, we are going to provide some material that you can use to discover what God’s Word says for you and your family. Take time each week around the table, read the passage together and spend some time sharing what God is saying through His Word to each of you.

 

FAMILY DISCOVERY TIPS:

  • Let everyone read a verse from their own Bible
  • Find a time that works best for the whole family
  • Ask a question after reading the scripture that will start a discussion around the table
  • End by praying for each other and pray for the week ahead
View Kids Promise Curriculum

Week 1: God promised to fix what was broken

 

This week, kids discover that the very first humans God created messed up big time, but God would show that all is not lost

 

The Big Idea: God promised to fix what was broken
Read: Genesis 1:26-30; Genesis 3:1-15; Psalm 145:8-9

 

Ask This

Because sometimes you and your kid need a conversation-starter that isn’t, “So . . . how was church?”

• What did the first humans do to disobey God?

Week 2: God promised us mercy

 

This week, kids discover that even though a huge flood covered the earth, God protected Noah, his family, and the animals!

 

The Big Idea: God promised us mercy
Read: Genesis 8:15-22; Genesis 9:8-17

 

Ask This

Because sometimes you and your kid need a conversation-starter that isn’t, “So . . . how was church?”

• What symbol reminds us of God’s promise to Noah and to all people?

Week 3: God’s promises are for now and for later

 

This week, kids discover that God had great things in store for Abram, his family, and future generations.

 

The Big Idea: God’s promises are for now and for later
Read: Genesis 12:1-3; Genesis 15:1-6

 

Ask This

Because sometimes you and your kid need a conversation-starter that isn’t, “So . . . how was church?”

• What did God promise Abram?

Week 4: God’s promises might take time

 

This week, kids discover that Joseph had big, important dreams from God, but he would have to wait a while before they came true.

 

The Big Idea: God’s promises might take time
Read: Genesis 37:1-28

 

Ask This

Because sometimes you and your kid need a conversation-starter that isn’t, “So . . . how was church?”

• What were Joseph’s dreams?

Week 5: God keeps promises

 

This week, kids discover that all that waiting paid off – Joseph becomes a ruler in Egypt and is reunited with his brothers.

 

The Big Idea: God keeps promises
Read: Genesis 40:1-41; Genesis 45:1-8

 

Ask This

Because sometimes you and your kid need a conversation-starter that isn’t, “So . . . how was church?”

• Why did Pharaoh call for Joseph?

SALVATION CERTIFICATE

 

If your kid invited Jesus to be their Forever Friend today, congratulations! Please download and print the file below to help you explain the Good News of Jesus!

SALVATION INFO
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