Parents, your child heard that Jesus can do things no one else can do. Jesus was able to walk on water and do other miracles because He is God’s Son.
“Part of the beauty of Peter’s witness is that he wasn’t perfect—but God still used him in mighty ways. Peter firmly knew God’s love for him through Jesus, despite his faults and inadequacies.” Mark Howard delves deeper into “Peter: Hope for Pastors” here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/peter-hope-for-pastors/
Find the Daily Bible Reading schedule on the One Conversation™ page your child came home with on Sunday. Read along with us and we with study God’s word together.
Are you praying for a miracle, or asking God to reveal Himself to you? As you memorize the Unit Verse this week, take a moment to share your heart with your family and pray together.
Take it Further: Check out the “Jesus Walked on Water” section of the Bible Studies for Life: Kids Family App. Your children will love the interactive activities and games that go along with each lesson, found on this exciting FREE app.
Possessions can give us a feeling of security. That sentiment, if left unchecked, can lead to hoarding. If possessions give me security, then more possessions will give me more security. This is not just a problem with hoarders. Most of us feel better off with more possessions, or at least better possessions. But the contentment we seek from such things eludes us.