Sabbath School May 28
Early Bird Special: Coin Sorting
Children who arrive between 9:30 and 9:45 AM get to do a bonus activity in Sabbath School. Today, the early birds sorted coins from highest value to lowest value. Our Bible story today is about a poor widow who gave the smallest value offering that was worth the most to Jesus.
Nature Nugget: Clouds
Clouds look like fluffy, white cotton balls in the sky. But they are not cotton. Clouds are made up of lots and lots of tiny droplets of water that are floating in the air. When the clouds get filled up with water, then they drop water down from the sky. We call that rain. Sometimes, clouds come down very close to the earth and make it hard to see. We call that fog. The Bible says in Mark 13:26, "Then they will see the Son of Man coming in the clouds with great power and glory." When Jesus comes back to this earth to take us home with Him. He is coming in the clouds.
Memory Mastery: The 10 Commandments
This is our last day practicing the first four Commandments and their meanings. Next week, we will begin learning the meanings of the last 6 Commandments. Can you help your child memorize the 10 Commandments? Practice with me right here.
Mission Helper: The Unexpected Church
Dorcas lives in Papua New Guinea. When she came back from Bible camp, she decided to share with her two friends at school the Bible verse cards she had. "Let's meet and learn these Bible verses together," she said. The next day, ten children met Dorcas during recess to practice the Bible verses. Everyday more and more children came. After 2 weeks, there were 20 children in Dorcas' Bible Club! Then, Dorcas told all the friends to come to her house for Bible Club. They came on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Within 6 months, 100 children and some parents were coming to Bible Club!! Soon, a new church was planted in Dorcas' village! What can you do to share with your friends about Jesus?
Bible Story: The Poor Widow's Offering
Table Time: Cheerful Giver Coloring Page
Take Home Guide
Below are the prayer verse and prayer prompt for this week's daily devotions.
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