This week in CoaH Kids


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Kids' Summer Adventure: Join us for Kids' Summer Adventure July 24-28, 2017. During this fun week of games, songs, snack and bible lessons your kids will uncover the Truth about who God is! Register here. We are also looking for volunteers to help with the week! Sign up to serve here.


This Week's lesson is from: "What's in the Bible?", going over stories in the General Epistles.

Summary: For the next few weeks we'll be finishing up the Bible! We'll be going over the General Epistles and Revelation. This week is part 1 of the General Epistles and focuses on faith, sanctification, and the transforming power of Jesus' love. 

Family Activity: Memorize Hebrews 11:1 as a family, "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Discuss what exactly faith is based on this verse, and how that may apply to your life this week. How can we live by our faith this week?

Review Questions

  • How many General Epistles are there? (7)
  • Which General Epistle is considered the "proverbs of the new testament because it is about wisdom? (James)
  • Following and believing in Jesus will change your life, the Holy Spirit will help you develop Fruit of the Spirit, what is the big word for this process? (Sanctification)
  • True or False- The General Epistles written to specific church? (False, they were written to all Christians or Jewish Christians)



July Memory Verse: "No one can serve two masters." Matthew 6:24

July Theme: There is only one God! (2nd Kings 5:1-15)

From the parent take-home page:  Talk about owies (booboos). Remind your child that Namaan had owies, and that only God could help Namaan.

When observing nature or acts of God, tell your child that God is strong. God is good. And there is only one God. 

Pray: Praise God that He is the only God!



9AM Nursery: Children ages 0-1 year old are welcome to come play in the nursery at this service. There is a separate ministry for 2 - 3 year olds during this service. We provide cheerios for children over age 1 (unless specified by parents) and we try to spend a little bit of time reading the Bible story books. 

11AM Nursery: Children ages 0-3 years old are welcome to come play in the nursery at this service. We provide cheerios during Bible story reading time for children 1 year and older!

***IMPORTANT*** We have severe allergies in our nursery-aged kids. Only cheerios are give as a snack to children ages 1 years+. If your child cannot have cheerios, we will make an exception but feed him/her separately from the group. If possible, please bring a labelled water cup for your child to use during the nursery. If you've forgotten a label, the check-in coordinator would be happy to print out a label for you!

Tyler Speck