Week 2: Jesus Calls us to Forgive Others

Outline

Week 2 (14th Feb 2021):  

The Big Point: Jesus Calls us to Forgive Others
God’s Word: The Story of the Unforgiving Servant  (Matthew  18:21-35) 
Memory Verse: And here is the second one. ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ Mark 12:31a (NIRV) 
Application: I will be quick to forgive others as God forgave me. 

Series Aim: To inspire kids to love others just as how Jesus loved people. 
Creative Video: The Story of the Unforgiving Servant

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14th Feb 2021: Love Others Part #2 Kidspot Guide

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Tax: Money paid to the government for taking care and protecting the people

Tax Collectors: People who work for the government to collect taxes from the rest of the people

Sinners: People who are seen to not follow God and God’s ways to live and do a lot of bad things

Covenant: A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that. Our God is a covenant and promise-keeping God.

Repent: To return, turn back and change his/her ways, be sorry for his/her wrong

Salvation: Salvation is the term that tells us how we are saved from the dangers of sin because of what Jesus did by dying on the cross

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions

Toggle Content
  1. What are you learning about in this new series? 
    → This series is teaching us to Love Others 

  2. What was God’s greatest command to all that Jesus showed us through His life?
    → Love God
    → Love Others

  3. When Jesus was on earth He lived his life loving God and loving others and teaching us to love God and love others too! This week, what else did we learn which Jesus called us to do? 
    → Forgiving others. Jesus called us to love others by forgiving others too.
    → When Peter asked Jesus how many times he should forgive someone, Jesus told Peter that we should forgive others as much as it is needed. 

  4. What happened in the story that Jesus told Peter and everyone else? Can you share with me what happened in the story?
    → There was a servant who owed the king a lotttttttt of money.
    →  When the servant wasn’t able to pay, the king wanted to put him in jail. 
    → The servant begged for mercy and more time to pay back the money. 
    → The King was merciful and kind. He decided to cancel the amount of money that the servant owed him and forgave him!
    → The servant walks a free man. But he met a fellow servant who owed him some money. 
    → This first servant had received mercy from the King. But instead of being kind to the fellow servant, he actually choked the fellow servant and forced him to pay back the money! 
    →  He even put his fellow servant in jail even after he begged for more time.  

  5. Do you think the first servant was right in his actions? Why? 
    → Allow kids to share what they think first and affirm any good and well-thought ideas!
    → The first servant had received kindness, mercy and  forgiveness from the king, but he wasn’t able to share that kindness and mercy and forgive his fellow servant.
    → His actions were not right…  God would want us to share the love and forgiveness we have received and forgive others too.

  6. How would you describe the first servant? How did the king describe the  servant?
    → Evil, wicked… 
    → The king and the Bible actually called him an evil servant.
    → The king had wished that he would have shared  the love, forgiveness and mercy he  had given him by forgiving and having mercy on his fellow servant.
    → This also shows that the servant did not really understand how much he is forgiven and loved by the king. 

  7. What did the king do to the first servant when he found out what he did to the second servant? 
    → The king scolded him and threw him in jail.
    → God will also show his punishment to people who do not know how to respond to love.
    → Remember, Jesus calls us to love others. Jesus also calls us to forgive others. 

  8. Reflect and Pray:
    Are there people who have done wrong to? Have courage to be sorry, say sorry and ask for forgiveness! Talk it out and pray for courage with someone! 

  9. Reflect and Pray:
    Are there also people you need to learn to forgive? Talk it out with someone and pray together for God to give you strength and love to love others by forgiving them! 

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)
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Jesus lived his life showing and teaching people how to love God and to love people. Jesus Calls us to Love Others and one way to love others is to forgive others. He also told the story of a king who forgave and even cancelled a great debt of his servant! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Unforgiving Servant Maze Activity

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Can you find the words we heard in today’s story? We heard the story of the unforgiving servant who refused to forgive a fellow  servant despite having  received great forgiveness from the king. 

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These are two pictures of the King bringing judgment on the unmerciful servant who treated his fellow servant without mercy despite the mercy and forgiveness he received. However, there are some differences in the two pictures. Be sure to spot the differences!

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

Create a beautiful picture from these colouring sheets! 🙂 One is a picture of the servant being unmerciful towards his fellow servant, and the other is of the servant being judged by the merciful  and just king. 

Simply print by accessing the file here:  The Unforgiving Servant Colouring Pages

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Family Activity: 

Scan the QR code using your phone and do the family devotion reading and discussion together 🙂

Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Colour the picture 
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here:  The Unforgiving Servant Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through what they traced and the text together, running through the story roughly. 🙂

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Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Matthew 18:21-35 on your Bible (Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Unforgiving Servant Crossword Puzzle

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Week 1: Jesus Calls us to Love Others

Outline

Week 1 (7 Feb 2021):  
The Big Point: Jesus Calls us to Love Others
God’s Word: Jesus Befriends Zaccheus (Luke 19:1-10) 
Memory Verse: And here is the second one. ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ Mark 12:31a (NIRV) 
Application: I will love and be kind to others. 
— 
Series Aim: To inspire kids to love others just as how Jesus loved people.  
Creative Video: Jesus Befriends Zacchaeus  

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7th Feb 2021: Love Others Part #1 Kidspot Guide

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Tax: Money paid to the government for taking care and protecting the people

Tax Collectors: People who work for the government to collect taxes from the rest of the people

Sinners: People who are seen to not follow God and God’s ways to live and do a lot of bad things

Covenant: A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that. Our God is a covenant and promise-keeping God.

Repent: To return, turn back and change his/her ways, be sorry for his/her wrong

Salvation: Salvation is the term that tells us how we are saved from the dangers of sin because of what Jesus did by dying on the cross

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions

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  1. What are you learning about in this new series? 
    → This series is teaching us to Love Others 

  2. When Jesus was on earth He lived his life loving God and loving others and teaching us to love God and love others too! Other than Jesus, who else was a character in today’s story? How did the Bible describe him? 
    → Zacchaeus
    → Zacchaeus was described to be short, very rich and was a tax collector. 

  3. Did Zacchaeus have many friends? Why? 
    → Zacchaeus didn’t have many friends because he was a tax collector. 
    → A tax collector is someone who collects money from everyone for the government (people who take care of the country). 
    → But many tax collectors like to collect more money than they should so they can keep it and get rich. People believed that Zacchaeus also took money from people to get rich.
    → So people disliked Zacchaeus and called him a sinner – a person who makes bad or wrong choices! 

  4. When Jesus came to Zacchaeus’ town, what did Zacchaeus do? 
    → Zacchaeus really, really, really wanted to meet Jesus. 

  5. Was Zacchaeus able to meet with Jesus? Why?
    → Zacchaeus wasn’t able to meet with Jesus because he was too short. 

  6. Why do you think Zacchaeus wanted to see Jesus? 
    → Allow kids to share what they think first and affirm any good and well-thought ideas! 
    → We might never know the true reason because the Bible never said so.  But Zacchaeus never had anyone to be kind to him, and he might have heard of Jesus who was friends and kind to all kinds of people. Perhaps that got Zacchaeus curious about Jesus and what Jesus does and teaches!  

  7. Were people kind to Zacchaeus?
    → No, people were not kind of Zacchaeus. 

  8.  What did Zacchaeus do so that he was able to see Jesus?
    → He climbed a tree so that he could see Jesus! 

  9. Did Jesus say anything to Zacchaeus?
    → Jesus met Zacchaeus and he stretched out a hand of friendship to Zacchaeus.
    → When nobody wanted to be friends with Zacchaeus,  Jesus was kind to him and loved him, even telling him that he wanted to go  to  Zacchaeus’ house for dinner! 

  10. What does that tell you about Jesus?
    → Jesus truly loves people.
    → He is not concerned about Zacchaeus’ old way of life but gives Zacchaeus a chance to repent and change.  

  11. What happened to Zacchaeus’ life after meeting Jesus? 
    → Zacchaeus was touched by Jesus’ love and that caused him to change his life!
    → Zacchaeus told Jesus that if he cheated anyone of any money, he would be sure to pay back 4 times the amount.

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)
Toggle Content

 

Jesus lived his life showing and teaching people how to love God and to love people. Jesus Calls us to Love Others and he loved Zacchaeus and befriended him even when nobody wanted to be his friend. 

Simply print by accessing the file here: Jesus meets Zacchaeus Maze Activity

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

Create a beautiful picture from these colouring sheets! 🙂 One is a picture of Zacchaeus having a dinner party with Jesus and another is of Zacchaeus on the tree as he tried to get Jesus’ attention. 

Simply print by accessing the file here:  Jesus meets Zacchaeus Colouring Pages

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Family Activity: 

Scan the QR code using your phone and do the family devotion reading and discussion together 🙂

These are two pictures of Zacchaeus’ dinner party with Jesus.  However, there are some differences in the two pictures. Be sure to spot the differences!

Simply print by accessing the file here:  Jesus meets Zacchaeus Spot the Difference 

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Can you find the words we heard in today’s story when we heard of Jesus meeting and loving Zacchaeus even though nobody liked him first. 

Simply print by accessing the files here: Jesus meets Zacchaeus Word Search 

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Colour the picture of Jesus meeting Zacchaeus. 
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here:  Jesus meets Zacchaeus Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through what they traced and the Gospel with the Jr. Children 🙂 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Luke 19:1-10 (Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here:  Jesus meets Zacchaeus Crossword Puzzle

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Week 3: God Promises to Always Be With Us

Outline

Week 3 (31st Jan 2021):  
The Big Point: God Promises to Always Be With Us 
God’s Word: God Saved and is with the Israelites (Exodus 13:17-22) 
Memory Verse: Our hope is certain. It is something for the soul to hold on to. It is strong and secure. Hebrews 6:19a (NIRV) 
Application:  I will trust that God is always with me.  
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Series Aim: Even through the uncertainties of our changing world, we can trust in God’s unchanging promises.  
Creative Video: Moses in the Wilderness (Exodus 14 -24)

Kidspot Guide for Adults LifeGroup is Here!  
To use our activities as part of your Adult LG’s Kidspot session for kids, refer to our Kidspot Guide: 
31st Jan 2021: God’s Promises Part #3 Kidspot Guide

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Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂


Pivot (noun): an unchanging point to hold on to even as we change direction  
→ In this case, God and His unchanging promises is our Pivot. 

Covenant (noun): A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that. 

Repent: To return, turn back and change his/her ways Minister: To help, take care of, to attend to the needs of

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions

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  1. What is “promise”?
    →  A promise is agreeing to do something no matter what happens
    → If a person did not do what he/she agrees to do, then the person is breaking a promise
    → Breaking a promise can also result in something unpleasant for the person who broke the promise, or even for both.

  2. Is God a Promise Keeper?
    → Yes! If God gives a promise, he will definitely keep it, no matter what happens!  

  3. Which of God’s Promises did we learn today? 
    → We learnt that God will always be with us.
    Big Point: God promises to always be with us.  

  4. How did God once show how He was always with His people? 
    → God once showed His presence by being a pillar of cloud to lead His people in the day, and by being a pillar of fire at night. 

  5. Why do you think God chose to be a pillar of fire at night? 
    → God chose to be a pillar of fire at night to give light and guidance to His people at night. Fire also brings warmth to the people, maybe God wanted to bring warmth to His people. 

  6. How else did God show that He was with His people? 
    → God gave food to His people each day. 
    → God made sure that there was water for the people to drink. 
    → God also gave new ways for the people to learn to live by so that the people will be known as God’s people. 

  7. How is God’s promise of Him being with us given to us?
    → God’s promise of Him being always with us is given to us through what Jesus has done. 
    → As long as we believe in Jesus, and trust in Jesus as our King, He promises He will be with us always, to the very end! 

  8. How do you think we can know that God is always with us? 
    → We might not be able to see God, but just like the air we breathe and the wind we feel, we can feel it. We might not be able to see God but there are times when we can feel God. 
    →  As for how we can really know God is real, is by praying for God to show Himself more to you like how God showed Himself to daddy/mummy, helping daddy and mummy to believe in Him. Just like how God showed Himself to Paul in last week’s story, remember? Shall we pray together for God to show Himself more to you?

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)
Toggle Content

 

God is always with His people and He was there leading His people out of the desert.

Simply print by accessing the file here: God is Always With Us Maze Activity

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Here are two pictures of the Israelites looking to God. which signifies God’s presence. However, there are some differences in the two pictures. Be sure to spot the differences!

Simply print by accessing the file here: God is Always With Us Spot the Difference 

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What are the words we heard  from today’s Bible Story? Can you solve the crossword puzzle? 

Simply print by accessing the files here: God is Always With Us Crossword Puzzle 

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Instructions:  

  • Print pages 1-4, single-sided 
  • You may choose to print the answer on pages 5 and 6 to your own discretion and preference
  • Cut out the images in Pages 1 and 2
  • Kids are to put the images in the right sequence on Pages 3 and 4
  • Go through the answers and the story with your kids 

See if you are able to put the pictures of today’s story in the right sequence! 

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Note: This activity is given out in HopeKids Jr. services!
  • Colour the pictures
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: God is Always With Us Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through what they traced and the Gospel with the Jr. Children 🙂 

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Week 2: God Promises to Forgive all who are Sorry

Outline

Week 2 (24th Jan 2021):  
The Big Point: God Promises to Forgive all who are Sorry 
God’s Word: The Story of Saul (Acts  9:1-19)
Memory Verse: Our hope is certain. It is something for the soul to hold on to. It is strong and secure. Hebrews 6:19a (NIRV) 
Application:  I will be quick to realise and be sorry for my wrongs.  

Series Aim: Even through the uncertainties of our changing world, we can trust in God’s unchanging promises.  
Creative Video: The Story of Saul

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24th Jan 2021: God’s Promises Part #2 Kidspot Guide

The Big Point: God is a Promise Keeper
God’s Word: Noah and the Flood (Genesis 6 to 9: 1-17)
Memory Verse: Our hope is certain. It is something for the soul to hold on to. It is strong and secure. Hebrews 6:19a (NIRV)
Application:  I will trust in God my Promise Keeper.

Series Aim: Even through the uncertainties of our changing world, we can trust in God’s unchanging promises.
Creative Video: Noah’s Ark

Kidspot Guide for Adults LifeGroup is Here!
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17th Jan 2021: God’s Promises Part #1 Kidspot Guide

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Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂

Pivot (noun): an unchanging point to hold on to even as we change direction 

→ In this case, God and His unchanging promises is our Pivot. 

Covenant (noun): A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that. 

Persecute: To hurt and harm and cause difficulty, sometimes even leading to death

Repent: To return, turn back and change his/her ways Minister: To help, take care of, to attend to the needs of

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions

Toggle Content
  1. What is “promise”?
    →  A promise is agreeing to do something no matter what happens
    → If a person did not do what he/she agrees to do, then the person is breaking a promise 
    → Breaking a promise can also result in something unpleasant for the person who broke the promise, or even for both. 

  2. Is God a Promise Keeper?
    → Yes! If God gives a promise, he will definitely keep it, no matter what happens! 

  3. Which of God’s Promises did we learn today? 
    → We learnt that God will always forgive all who are sorry.
    → Big Point: God promises to forgive all who are sorry. 

  4. Who was the man in today’s story that God forgave? What did he used to do? 
    → God forgave Paul, who was also known as Saul.
    → Saul used to be a person who hated Christians and did everything to make living hard for Christians.
    → Saul often put Christians in jail, and sometimes even hurt them. 

  5. Did God punish Saul or show Saul the truth about Himself? 
    → God did not punish Saul, but graciously showed Saul the truth about Himself. 

  6. How did Saul respond to God?   
    → Saul realised the truth about Jesus/God and learnt to believe in Jesus! 

  7. Do you think Saul was sorry for what he did before? Did God forgive him?   
    → Yes, Saul was sorry for what he did before. 
    → God forgave Saul because God promises to forgive all who are sorry. 

  8. How do you know? Was Saul’s life the same after hearing from Jesus? 
    → Saul repented and changed the way he lived his life, which shows that he really was sorry and learnt to believe in the truth of Jesus. 

  9. How is God’s promise of forgiveness given to us?
    → God’s promise of forgiveness is given to us through what Jesus has done.
    → As long as we believe in Jesus and are sorry for our wrong, Jesus will forgive us and we can be with God again.

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)
Toggle Content

In the story of Saul, Jesus called out to Saul from heaven, helping him to realise that Jesus was real. God forgave Saul and even gave him a new way of life: believing in Jesus and following Him! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of Saul Maze Activity

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Here are two pictures of the time when Paul was still catching and punishing  Christians. However, there are some differences in the two pictures. Be sure to spot the differences!

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of Saul Spot the Difference 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Can you find the words we heard in today’s story about Saul’s life  transformation after he got to know Jesus? 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of Saul Word Search 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Kid’s Independent Activity:

Create a beautiful picture from these colouring sheets! 🙂 One is a picture of Paul, reflecting and praying, learning of how sorry he is. The other is a picture of Paul being blinded by the light from heaven when he was travelling! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of Saul Colouring Pages

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution. 

Family Activity: 

Scan the QR code using your phone and do the family devotion reading and discussion together 🙂

Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Note: This activity is given out in HopeKids Jr. services!
  • Colour the picture of Paul 
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of Saul Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through what they traced and the Gospel with the Jr. Children 🙂 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Acts  9:1-19 (Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of Saul Crossword Puzzle

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Week 1: God is a Promise Keeper

Outline

The Big Point: God is a Promise Keeper 
God’s Word: Noah and the Flood (Genesis 6 to 9: 1-17) 
Memory Verse: Our hope is certain. It is something for the soul to hold on to. It is strong and secure. Hebrews 6:19a (NIRV) 
Application:  I will trust in God my Promise Keeper.

Series Aim: Even through the uncertainties of our changing world, we can trust in God’s unchanging promises.
Creative Video: Noah’s Ark

Kidspot Guide for Adults LifeGroup is Here! 
To use our activities as part of your Adult LG’s Kidspot session for kids, refer to our Kidspot Guide: 
17th Jan 2021: God’s Promises Part #1 Kidspot Guide

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Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂

Pivot (noun): an unchanging point to hold on to even as we change direction 
→ In this case, God and His unchanging promises is our Pivot. 

Covenant (noun): A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing /what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that.

Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂

Pivot (noun): an unchanging point to hold on to even as we change direction 

→ In this case, God and His unchanging promises is our Pivot. 

Covenant (noun): A covenant is a special promise and agreement between two living beings to a way of living. If anyone breaks the promise by not doing /what they agree to do, there might be bad results to that.

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

Pivot 2021: God’s Promises

With the changing world, we will never know what will happen in the future. And yet one thing we know, God is a promise giver, and also a promise keeper. In this series, we look into the promises God gave us in the Bible, and learn how God will always keep them yesterday, today, tomorrow and forevermore. We can trust in the promises of God written in the Bible despite  the changing world. 


Series Aim: Even through the uncertainties of our changing world, we can trust in God’s unchanging promises.

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions

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  1. What is “promise”?
    →  A promise is agreeing to do something no matter what happens
    → If a person did not do what he/she agrees to do, then the person is breaking a promise 
    → Breaking a promise can also result in something unpleasant for the person who broke the promise
  2. What did we learn about God and promises today? What is the Big Point?
    → We learnt that God is a Promise Keeper
    → If God gives a promise, he will definitely keep it, no matter what happens!
  3. In today’s Bible story, how were the people of the world behaving?
    → Everyone was disobeying God and living horrible lives of sin. 
    → Nobody was following God or God’s rules.
  4. What did God say he will do?
    → God decided to send a great flood to wash away all the earth.
  5. Who was the only man who was following God at that time and what did God call him to do? Did he obey? 
    → Only Noah was following God and God’s rules.
    → He was the only one who made God happy.
    → God called  Noah to build a bigggg boat, put lots of food in it and have his family and  two of each animal to enter the boat.
  6. What happened after that?
    → It rained for forty days and forty nights! That’s more than one month!
    → The whole earth flooded!
  7. What happened to all the people and animals who are not in the ark?
    → They all drowned and died in the flood.
  8. How about Noah and all who are in the ark?
    → They were safe in the ark because God kept them safe.
  9. What did  God do to the flood, did it remain forever?
    → No. God dried out all the flood and rain. After a while, it was safe for Noah and all in the ark to come out again.
  10. What did Noah first do when he exited the ark?
    → Noah offered worship to God and this pleased God!
  11. What did God promise us and what did he give as a sign of that promise? 
    → God promised to never again flood the earth. 
    → He gave the rainbow as a sign of that promise.
  12. Does that promise still stand today?
    → Yes! Ever since then, God has never sent a flood to destroy the whole world. Truly, God is a Promise Keeper!

You may want to discuss the reflection questions that were given to the primary kids. [Activity 5] Hear from the kids what they find difficult to understand. This can be a great opportunity to grow in understanding God along with your kids, as well as sharpening their growing knowledge of God! 

  • How do you think Noah was able to obey what God called him to do? 

→ Noah was able to obey God no matter what because He was already following God. He has a close and strong friendship with God. 

  • God is a Promise Keeper. How does knowing that help me in my belief in God? Will God ever change himself or His love?

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)
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In the story of Noah and the Ark, God called Noah to build an ark which kept Noah, his whole family and many animals safe. God was the one who kept the Ark safe and guided it to safety! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: Noah’s and the Ark Maze Activity

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

Create a beautiful picture from these colouring sheets! 🙂 One is a picture of Noah with the animals and the other is a picture of Noah making a sacrifice to the Lord as a worship to Him. 

Simply print by accessing the file here: Noah and the Ark Colouring Pages

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Family Activity: 

Scan the QR code using your phone and do the family devotion reading and discussion together 🙂

Here are two pictures of the different animals entering into  Noah’s ark. However, there are some differences in the two pictures. Be sure to spot the differences!

Simply print by accessing the file here: Noah and the Ark Spot the Difference 

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Can you find the words we heard in today’s story of Jesus’ death on the cross and coming back to life? 

Simply print by accessing the files here: Noah and the Ark Word Search 

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Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Note: This activity given out in HopeKids Jr. services!
  • Colour the picture of Noah, his family and the ark and all the animals under the rainbow! 
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: Noah and the Ark Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through what they traced and the Gospel with the Jr. Children 🙂 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

 

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Genesis 6 – 9: 1-7 (Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: Noah’s Ark Crossword Puzzle

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Test your understanding and reflect through your learnings with the following Reflection Worksheet.

Simply print by accessing the file heres: 

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Week 3: I Can Choose To Be Responsible

Week 3 (10th Jan 2021): 

The Big Point: I Can Choose To Be Responsible! 
God’s Word: The Story of the Two Sons (Matthew 21: 28-31) 
Memory Verse: Work at everything you do with all your heart. Work as if you were working for the Lord, not for human masters. Colossians 3:23 (NIRV)  
Application: I will be responsible for my tasks.  

Series Aim: To empower children to make choices to be the best “me”  wherever they go and bring praise to Jesus!  
Creative Video: The Parable of the Two Sons

Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂 

Wise (adj.): Taking what you know and making them to your day to day actions.

Wisdom (noun): The making of what you know into actions, wisdom is knowledge applied into action.

Faithful (ajd): To stay loyal and reliable to do our best with what is given to us.

Consequence (noun):  The results to the choices and actions that we make

Glory (noun): Praise, admiration  and thanksgiving that is given to God.

Glorify (verb):  To bring praise, admiration and thanksgiving to something or someone.

Honour (verb): To hold in high respect, making you want to bring praise to him/her.

Responsible (adj): Someone who can be trusted to do a given job/tasks

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

All of us are faced with choices to make everyday. As we gear up for the upcoming year and school year, let’s be empowered and know that all of us have a choice in our attitudes and actions! No matter how young or small,  we can be empowered to make the best choice! We all have the choice to be the best versions of ourselves and bring praise to Jesus!

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Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions.

1.  What is the name of this series we are in? What are we learning about and what is the Big Point today?  

  • We are in a series called My Best Choice! 
  • This series is to teach us  to make the best choice to be the best “me” and the best versions of ourselves.
  • The Big Point today is “I  Can Choose to be Responsible”

2. What is being responsible? Do you think being responsible is a wise choice? 

  • To be responsible is to be trusted to do a given job/tasks. 
  • Choosing to be responsible would mean making sure you do the job given to you and that sounds like a wise choice to bring praise to Jesus 

3. What happened in the short story that Jesus shared in the lesson today? 

  • Jesus told the story of the two sons
  • A father who owned a vineyard (a farm to grow grapes) had two sons and asked his two sons to work in his vineyard
  • The older son said no but in the end decided to go and help his father and went to the vineyard to work. 
  • The younger son said yes but in the end did not go to help his father. 

4. Was the older son responsible for his actions in the end? 

  • Yes! The older son might not have said the responsible words but he had responsible actions. 

5. Was the younger  son responsible for his actions in the end? 

  • No… he might have said the right things at first, but later on, he was not responsible for what he said. He did not mean what he said and went back on his words. 
  • He did not choose to be responsible. 

6. Discuss: Which son did you think pleased the father in the end? Why?

  • The older son. He might not have the right attitude at first, but in the end he changed his attitude and chose the right and responsible action. 

7. Discuss: Which son do you think you are more like? How can you be more responsible with the work and tasks given to you? 

  • E.g. Choosing to be responsible and do my best in all the work and tasks I have! 
  • E.g. Choosing to be true to what I say and make sure that I will do what I say I will do.

You may want to discuss the reflection questions that were given to the primary kids. [Activity 8] Hear from the kids what they find difficult to understand. This can be a great opportunity to grow in understanding God along with your kids, as well as sharpening their growing knowledge of God! 

  • Which of the two sons do you think will bring praise to Jesus? 
  • Which son do you think you are more like? How can you be more responsible with the work and tasks given to you?

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)

Jesus told the story of the two sons,  one who didn’t say the right words but had the right and responsible action. The other son said the right words but was not responsible with his words or actions.. Many words of the story are  hidden in this collection of alphabets. 

Can you find all of the words in this Word Search?

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Sons  – Word Search

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Look at the clues in the sentences to choose which word is it! Are you able to solve this Spiral Puzzle? 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Sons – Spiral Puzzle Activity

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Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Sons –  Fill In the Blanks Activity Sheet 

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This is an exciting activity where you learn to decode different words through a string of numbers! Replace the  numbers with the  right alphabet to know what word they are!

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Sons – Word Decoder

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Colour the picture of the first son who later on made the wise choice to be responsible and help his Father!
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Two Sons – Jr. Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through with the Jr. Children what they traced 🙂

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Matthew 21: 28-32(Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Two Sons – Crossword Puzzle 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Simply choose what you think is the best word that describes the sentence! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Two Sons – Multiple Choice Quiz

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Test your understanding and reflect through your learnings with the following Reflection Worksheet.

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Week 2: I Can Choose To Work Hard!

Week 2  (3rd Jan 2021): 

The Big Point: I Can Choose To Work Hard

God’s Word: The Story of the Three Slaves (Matthew 25: 14-30)

Memory Verse: Work at everything you do with all your heart. Work as if you were working for the Lord, not for human masters. Colossians 3:23 (NIRV) 

Application: I will work hard to bring praise to Jesus! 

Series Aim: To empower children to make choices to be the best “me”  wherever they go and honour Jesus!

Creative Video: The Parable of the Talents

Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂 

Wise (adj.): Taking what you know and making them to your day to day actions.

Wisdom (noun): The making of what you know into actions, wisdom is knowledge applied into action.

Faithful (ajd): To stay loyal and reliable to do our best with what is given to us.

Consequence (noun):  The results to the choices and actions that we make

Glory (noun): Praise, admiration  and thanksgiving that is given to God.

Glorify (verb):  To bring praise, admiration and thanksgiving to something or someone.

Honour (verb): To hold in high respect, making you want to bring praise to him/her.

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

All of us are faced with choices to make everyday. As we gear up for the upcoming year and school year, let’s be empowered and know that all of us have a choice in our attitudes and actions! No matter how young or small,  we can be empowered to make the best choice! We all have the choice to be the best versions of ourselves and bring praise to Jesus!

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Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions.

1. What is this new series called? What are we learning about and what is the Big Point today?  

  • We are in a new series called My Best Choice! 
  • This series is to teach us  to make the best choice to be the best “me”! The best versions of ourselves.
  • The Big Point today is “I  Can Choose to Work Hard”

2. Do you think choosing to work hard would be a wise choice?

  • Being wise is all about taking what you know and putting it in our day to day actions and  habits.
  • Choosing to work hard would mean giving your best effort in the job given to you and that sounds like a wise choice to bring praise to Jesus 

3. What happened in the short story that Jesus shared in the lesson today? 

  • Jesus told the story of the three slaves/servants
  • A rich man had three servants and when he needed to go on a long journey. 
  • He divided his wealth into bags of gold and gave to each servant an amount according to what they could do. 

4. How many bags of gold did the first servant get? What did he do with them? 

  • 5 bags of gold 
  • He put them to work and earned 5 more bags of gold. 
  • In the end, he had 10 bags of gold to give back to his master! 

5. How many bags of gold did the second servant get? What did he do with them?

  • 2  bags of gold 
  • He put them to work and earned 2 more bags of gold. 
  • In the end, he had 4 bags of gold to give back to his master! 

6. How many bags of gold did the last servant get? What did he do with it? 

    • 1 bag of gold
    • He dug a hole in the ground and hid the gold there. 
  • In the end, he just had that 1 bag of gold to return to the master. 

7. Which of the servants did you think made the best choice and worked hard? Which servants pleased the master? 

  • The first two servants made the best choice and worked hard, pleasing their master. 
  • They saw what was given to them as opportunities and did their best to work and increase his master’s wealth.

8. What  did the master say to them? 

  • The master was pleased with them and said that they were good and faithful servants. 
  • The master also said to come and celebrate and share in his happiness, and he knows that he can always trust his first two servants to be given even more! 

9. Did the last servant please his master? What happened to him?

  • No, he didn’t please his master. His master was angry with him, calling him a lazy servant. 
  • In the end, what was given to him was also taken away, because he didn’t use what was  given to him. He didn’t work hard, he didn’t do anything.  

10. Discuss: Why do you think the master was angry with the last servant? 

11. Discuss: Which servant do you think you are more like? How can you choose to become more like the first two servants? What are some things you can do? 

  • E.g. Choosing to work hard and do my best in all the work and tasks given to me. I have a choice with the effort I put into all the things I do.
  • E.g. Choosing to use what is given to me for good things that I know will please Jesus. 

You may want to discuss the reflection questions that were given to the primary kids. [Activity 7] Hear from the kids what they find difficult to understand. This can be a great opportunity to grow in understanding God along with your kids, as well as sharpening their growing knowledge of God! 

  • The master praised the first two servants in the same way. What he was more concerned about was not the amount of gold, but the attitude and effort the servants had in taking care of his wealth. How was the last servant different from the first two servants and why was the master upset with him?  
  • What are some things you can do (at home/school/church/classes) to become more like the first two servants who worked hard? How do you think that brings praise to Jesus?

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)

Jesus told the story of the three servants who were given bags of gold to take care of. This collection of alphabets includes some  of the words in the story. Can you find all of the words in this Word Search?

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Three Servants  – Word Search

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Find out where the last servant buried his one bag of gold! 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Three Servants – Maze Activity

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

These are two pictures of one of the slaves who put his bags of gold to work and earn more money.  See if you can spot the differences on the two pictures. 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Three Servants – Spot the Difference Activity

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Kid’s Independent Activity:

Create a beautiful picture from these colouring sheets! 🙂 One is a picture of Jesus possibly speaking to the crowd and the other is of Jesus giving thanks for the food before miraculously dividing the food out to all the people. 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Three Servants  – Colouring Pages

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution. 

Family Activity: 

Scan the QR code using your phone and do the family devotion reading and discussion together 🙂

Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Colour the picture of the three servants who were given his master’s bags of gold.
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Three Servants – Jr. Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through with the Jr. Children what they traced 🙂

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Matthew 25:14-30 (Optional)
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Three Servants – Crossword Puzzle 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Test your understanding and reflect through your learnings with the following Reflection Worksheet.

Simply print by accessing the file heres: 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Week 1: I Can Choose Wisely!

Week 1 (27th Dec 2020): 

The Big Point: I Can Choose Wisely! 
God’s Word: The Story of the Two Builders (Matthew 7:24-29)
Memory Verse: Work at everything you do with all your heart. Work as if you were working for the Lord, not for human masters. Colossians 3:23 (NIRV) 

Application: I will choose wisely and do what pleases God. 

Series Aim: To empower children to make choices to be the best “me”  wherever they go and honour Jesus!  

Creative video: The Parable of the two builders 

Note: The classification of the word (verb/noun) is for us adults to better understand them, but  it is not necessary to share with kids that it is a verb/noun, unless it helps the kids understand better. 🙂  

Wise (adj):  Taking what you know and making them to your day to day actions.

Wisdom (noun): The making of what you know into actions, wisdom is knowledge applied into action.

Family Conversation

You can choose to have this conversation anytime after the session on Sunday itself, or another day in the week after the session of HopeKids Online!

All of us are faced with choices to make everyday. As we gear up for the upcoming year and school year, let’s be empowered and know that all of us have a choice in our attitudes and actions! No matter how young or small,  we can be empowered to make the best choice! We all have the choice to be the best versions of ourselves and bring praise to Jesus!

——

Talk to your child about what they just learnt by asking them these questions.

1.  What is this new series called? What are we learning about and what is the Big Point today?  

  • We are in a new series called My Best Choice! 
  • This series is to teach us  to make the best choice to be the best “me”! The best versions of ourselves.
  • The Big Point today is “I  Can Choose Wisely.”

2. What did you learn about “Choosing Wisely”?

  • Being wise is all about taking what you know and putting it in our day to day actions and  habits.
  • We are choosing wisely when we make sure to practice and do what Jesus teaches us to do. It also brings praise to Jesus and makes Him happy! 
  • Choosing wisely is also simply choosing to obey what Jesus teaches and tells us to do! We are choosing Jesus instead of ourselves. 

3. What happened in the short story that Jesus shared in the lesson today? 

  • Jesus told the story of the two builders. 
  • One was wise, he built his house on a firm rock. 
  • [Prompting question: What happens when it rains and floods?] Even when it rains and the floods or waves come, the house stands firm.  
  • One was foolish and silly and built his house on sand.
  • [Prompting question: What happens when it rains and floods?] When it rains and the floods or waves come, the sand wasn’t strong enough to keep the house together… and the house fell apart.

4. How do we become people who are like the wise builder? 

  • We become more and more like the wise builder when we make sure to obey and practice all that Jesus teaches us through the Bible!
  • It goes down to obedience and making sure we take what we learnt and make it into our day to day actions. 
  • That way, we are  building our actions and habits on Jesus, the unchanging rock!

5. How are people like the foolish builder? 

  • People can easily be like the foolish builder when they just learn and collect knowledge about God and/or the Bible, but do not do anything about it. 
  • They do not do, obey or practice all that Jesus and the Bible says…  they  are not building their lives on Jesus, the rock. But on the sand which can fall apart easily when difficult times come. In the same way, their habits can easily change when bad times come. 
  • E.g. Covid-19, when Covid-19 started, many things changed. If we have not been doing/obeying Jesus words before as part of our day to day  actions and habits, we might have stopped doing them. 

6. Discuss: Which builder do you want to be? Why?

7. How can you become more like the wise builder? What are some things you can do? 

  • E.g. Choosing to obey what Jesus and the Bible says.
  • E.g. Be obedient to all the adults who are taking care of me.
  • E.g. To  pause and remember I have a choice in my actions when I feel upset/sad/ angry…

You may want to discuss the reflection questions that were given to the primary kids. [Activity 7] Hear from the kids what they find difficult to understand. This can be a great opportunity to grow in understanding God along with your kids, as well as sharpening their growing knowledge of God! 

  • How do we be people who are like the wise builder in the story? 
  • How can you choose wisely to become more like the wise builder? How do you think that brings praise to  Jesus?

HOPEKIDS Activity Pack

For you and your kids to have the best Church Online experience on Sunday, ensure to print the needed materials (if any) and prepare the following basic materials to be on standby for your child: 

  • White Paper or Drawing Block 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser and sharpener 
  • Colouring materials (E.g. colour pencils, crayons…)

Jesus told the story of the two builders, one who was wise and the  other foolish. Many words of the story are  hidden in this collection of alphabets. 

Can you find all of the words in this Word Search?

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Builders  – Word Search

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Join the dots to find out which house will stand even when the rain and flood comes! 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Builders – Dot to Dot Activity 

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Colour a beautiful picture of the two houses created by the two  builders! 

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Builders – Colouring Activity 

These files are only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

This is an exciting activity where you learn to decode different words through a string of numbers! Replace the  numbers with the  right alphabet to know what word they are!

Simply print by accessing the files here: The Story of the Two Builders – Word Decoder

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and not for distribution.

Kid’s Independent Activity:

  • Colour the picture of the wise man who built his house on the rock! 
  • Practice writing by tracing over the dotted words! 

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Two Builders – Jr. Writing Practice

Family Activity: 

  • Go through with the Jr. Children what they traced 🙂

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

Take out your Bible to read or dive right into the crossword puzzle to test what you learnt from the story this week! 

  1. Read Matthew 7: 24-29(Optional) 
  2. Complete the crossword puzzle!
  3. Go through the answers later.

Simply print by accessing the file here: The Story of the Two Builders – Crossword Puzzle 

This file is only used for HopeKids Online Activity Pack purposes and it’s not for distribution.

 

Test your understanding and reflect through your learnings with the following Reflection Worksheet.

Simply print by accessing the file heres: 

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Week 1: Jesus Calls Us to Love Others Week 2: Jesus Calls Us to Forgive Others
Week 1: God is a Promise Keeper Week 2: God Promises to Forgive all who are Sorry Week 3: God Promises to Always Be With Us
Week 1: I Can Choose Wisely!​ Week 2: I Can Choose To Work Hard! Week 3: I Can Choose To Be Responsible
Week 1: Jesus is the Greatest Gift from God ​ Week 2: Jesus is the Greatest Gift from God Week 3: Jesus is the Greatest Gift from God Week 4: Jesus is the Greatest Gift from God
Week 1: I Can Trust in Jesus, my Saviour! Week 2: I Can Trust in Jesus, my Provider! Week 3: I Can Trust in Jesus, my Protector! Week 4: Jesus is the Greatest Gift from God
Week 1: I Am Created in God’s Image ​ Week 2: I Am Known by God Week 3: I Am Accepted through Jesus
Week 1: God is Three in One: Father, Spirit, Son Week 2: Our Heavenly Father is God Week 3: Jesus, the son is God Week 4: The Holy Spirit is God
Week 1: Faith is Obeying What God Says Week 2: Faith is Believing What God Says Week 3: Faith is Trusting God Everyday!
Week 1: God is All Powerful Week 2: God Knows All Things Week 3: God is Everywhere
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Hey Parents! Read here first!

Through this period of uncertainty, we are praying for you and your family, and we are here to support you in leading your child to learn more about God and cultivate godly character! Each week, you can access the HopeKids Online experience which includes a fun and interactive video, printable colouring and activity pages and a conversation guide to help the children process what they are learning.

Here’s how a Stay Home Sunday could look like:

Look through the HopeKids Service Experience!
Prepare and print out the Kids Activities in the pack.
Prepare writing materials such as pencils, pens and colour pencils.

Invite your child to join in the time of praise and worship together!
After the time of worship, your child can start on the kids activities as you listen to the sermon.

HopeKids Online Service will be streamed on Church Online after the adult service ends.

After service, ask your child what he / she has learnt about God today or even share what you have personally learnt. Take some time to pray together.

We really want to encourage families to leverage this time to be together and focus on things of eternal significance. Daddy and Mummy are the best role models! When kids see how you seek, worship and learn about God on a daily basis, it inspires them to want to believe in God and do their best for God too!

We look forward to hearing stories of this precious time and memories made together with God and each other as the whole family draws closer to God together.

HopeKids Team

About Us

HopeKids is the kids church of Hope Singapore. We are passionate about seeing every child touched by God’s amazing love and leading them to impact others with the same love. We consider it our honour to partner with parents to foster good biblical values and develop each child’s character!

Each weekend, your child will have an awesome time of sing-and-dance-along, drama, crafts and learning from the Bible. This season we have a weekly video, coupled with family conversation starters and stay home activities for your child!