Unit 1, Session 1: Angels Spoke to Mary and Joseph
Mary wanted to do God’s plan. Being Jesus’ mother would be hard, but she wanted God to be praised. Jesus also brought praise to His Father. He gave up His life and died on the cross to rescue people from sin.
Unit 1, Session 2: Mary Visited Elizabeth
Mary and Elizabeth rejoiced that through Jesus, God planned to save His children. We, too, can praise God that Jesus came to earth, died for our sins, and now lives forever in Heaven.
Unit 1, Session 3: Jesus Was Born
Jesus was born! This was very good news! Jesus was not like other babies. Jesus is God’s Son. God sent Jesus to earth from heaven. Jesus came into the world to save people from their sins and to be their King.
Unit 1, Session 4: Simeon and Anna Saw Jesus
God had promised His people that a Savior was coming. When Simeon and Anna saw Jesus, they knew He was the Savior. Jesus came to save people from sin. We can trust Jesus to save us from our sin, and like Simeon and Anna, we should tell others the good news.
Unit 1, Session 5: (B-PK) Wise Men Visited Jesus (K) God Protected Jesus
B-PK: The wise men came to worship Jesus as King. God promised to send a King who would be King forever. Jesus is the King who will always be King. Jesus is the true King, and He deserves all our worship.
K: As Jesus got older, He became strong and wise. God blessed Jesus, and Jesus got ready to do what God sent Him to do. God sent Jesus into the world to die on the cross and rescue people from sin.
Unit 2, Session 1: God Chose Moses
When God’s people prayed to God or praised Him, God heard them. He promised to answer them, and He did when He sent His Son, Jesus. Jesus died on the cross to give people what they need the most: to be rescued from sin.
Unit 2, Session 2: The Israelites Left Egypt
At Passover, God kept His people safe. Moses led God’s people out of Egypt, and God helped them get away by crossing the Red Sea. Moses was a great leader, but the Bible says that Jesus is greater than Moses. Jesus leads people away from sin so they can live with God forever.
Unit 2, Session 3: God Provided for the People
When God’s people were hungry and thirsty, God gave them food and water. Later, God sent His Son, Jesus. Jesus said, “I am the bread of life” (John 6:35). Bread and water gives people life for a little while, but Jesus gives people life forever!
Unit 2, Session 4: The Tabernacle Was Built
God told the people of Israel to build a tabernacle, which was a place to meet together and worship God. As part of His plan to save people from sin, God sent Jesus to earth to meet with us. Now, we don’t have to go somewhere specific to worship. Because of Jesus, we can meet with God anywhere!
Unit 3, Session 1: Ruth Chose to Help Naomi
Boaz was a family redeemer, meaning he helped his close relatives by bringing them back what they lost. Jesus is our Redeemer. He bought our salvation from sin by dying on the cross.
Unit 3, Session 2: Hannah Prayed
God heard Hannah’s prayers and He hears ours too. Though God does not give us whatever we want, He will always say “yes” when we ask Him to save us. He sent Jesus to die on the cross for our sins so that we can live forever with God.
Unit 3, Session 3: A Widow Helped Elijah
God promised to keep His people safe and give them a home. God always keeps His promises. Jesus died on the cross for our sin so we can have a home in heaven. When we trust in Jesus, we will be with God forever.
Unit 3, Session 4: Esther Helped Her People
God’s plan was to send the Messiah into the world through Abraham’s family. Haman’s evil plan might have stopped God, but God was in control. God had a plan for Esther to rescue His people. By saving the Jews, God made the way for His Son, Jesus, to come into the world.
PreK Teacher says
These Bible connections are really neat. I wish they were included in the printed leader book as I don’t usually look online for my teaching resources.