One of our main goals as a ministry to kids is to support parents as the primary disciplers of their children. In our weekend Grace Kids classes the truth of God's Word is talked about in age appropriate ways. These questions are designed to help you extend the weekend lesson from church and engage in conversation with your kids. If you have questions or suggestions, please let us know.


Dinner Discussions- November 23/24

Bible Passage: Ezekiel 37

Abstract: Last weekend we looked  at the prophecy of Ezekiel, the prophet to speak a message of hope during Judah's exile. Its like Judah's back in Egypt, lost and hopeless. But God is a God of hope and truth! He has reminded His people that their suffering is not permanent but a step towards their future hope. God takes a very dead thing (dry bones) and breathes into it life and flesh, a representation of Israel's current state. Deadness is what plagued Israel, causing their disbelief and idolatry which lead them to their exile in the first place! However, God promises them the only source of life, to take hold of it and believe in their God once again! That promise was not only for Israel but now extends to all peoples who would believe in the one who gave us life in His name, Jesus our Savior!

Dinner Questions:

  1. 3 year Old's- Kindergarten
    1. What did God do to the bones in Ezekiel's vision?
  2. 1st Grade- 6th Grade
    1. How does Ezekiel's prophecy give Israel hope?
    2. What does it mean for Israel to be dead? Are we like the bones in Ezekiel's vision?
    3. Who makes us alive again and what does that mean?
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