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Outdoor Service | Saturday | 7pm Prism Church: 61 N Hill Ave. Pasadena, 91106

 

Saturday Services @ Prism (61 N Hill Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101)

7:00 pm

 

Sovereign Grace Church of Pasadena @ Prism

61 N Hill Ave

Pasadena, CA 91106

 

 

We meet in The Sanctuary of the old First Congregational Church

 

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Grace Kids Lesson August 16th

Lesson: 

Music Videos: 

Music Video: Love Round from DIG IN on Vimeo.

Music Video: Pray About Everything (Philippians 4:6-7) from DIG IN on Vimeo.

Music Video: Give It Away from DIG IN on Vimeo.

Talk about it video: 

Talk-About Video 8: Judge Cody from DIG IN on Vimeo.

Craft: 

Supplies:
1x3-inch strips of colorful craft foam (4 per child)
glue sticks
heart stampers
washable ink pads
mirrors 

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Talk About Messy Faces


Say: We sometimes get messy faces and need to clean up.
Share about a time you had a messy face. You may have gotten cake on your face at your wedding, gotten mud on your face playing football, or had face paints on your face as part of a costume.

Ask: Tell about a time you had a messy face. Kids may say after eating a chocolate ice cream cone, eating a hot dog with lots of ketchup, or playing with markers.


Say: We don’t know about our messy faces until we look in a mirror. Then we can see to clean up the mess. Like that, sometimes our hearts get messy when we make wrong choices. Let’s make something we can hang on our mirrors to remind us to clean our own messy faces.

Say: Messy faces remind me of when I’ve messed up and done something wrong. I can say sorry to God and others when I mess up, and God will help me be clean. When I look in the mirror at my messy face, I can remember God forgives me and cleans me when I do wrong things, too. But I can’t clean up my friend’s messiness. That’s God’s job because God’s the judge...not us. Put your frame on your mirror at home as a reminder to let God clean your messiness and trust that he’ll clean your friend’s messiness, too.