Harvest Bible Chapel's full scope and sequence of the Word of God continues again this fall for the tenth year!
Preschool children are being taught 52 specific portions of the Old Testament, reinforcing that Jesus is the promise that God made to redeem His people. Each week the teaching is reinforced with the authority, awe and application of the Word of God.
Kindergarten through Third Grade
begin their journey through the entire Bible with Genesis - "Promises. God keeps every one even in a broken world." They will be visited each week by their favorite Dr Jackie Quack and engaged in conversation and activity with amazing volunteers.
Fourth and Fifth Grades
study the time-tested book of James. We call this year "Wise Up". We have taught this book many times to our students and there is much fruit to be gained every time we open the Word of God to the book of James. Our 90-minute worship service also includes games, videos, and worship.
Tips for talking with your child about their Children's Ministry experience:
- Ask your child to recite the memory verse.
- Create a quiet moment and ask your child to find the Harvest logo hidden on their craft.
- Ask your child about the biblical account they heard over the weekend.
- Check out Family Time take home for ideas and tips to engage your child in spiritual discussion and activity during the week.
Kindergarten through Grade 3:
Ask your child to recite the phrase of the week (it's on the Family Time devotional sheet).
Help your child open their Bible and complete a devotional together.
Incorporate the memory verse into your conversation this week.
Ask your child to share with you one thing they learned that they never knew before about the Word of God (Do not re-teach the lesson, just listen to what your child has to say about what they learned).
Grades 4 and 5
Return to Children's Ministry
- Ask your child what they talked about during small group time.
- They participated in an activity this week, ask them what it was.
- Ask them about the myth from this weekend.
- They learned something they didn't know before; ask them what that is.
- Do not force them to do their devotional but ask them to show you His time and pick a few questions.
- Let them talk and you listen.
- Ask "feeling questions".
- Share something you loved about the lesson this week (Do not re-teach the lesson; this a good time to listen to what your child thinks about spiritual things).