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Focus on Jesus I. Church School Program. Focus on Jesus. Term 1 - What Would Jesus Do? Childhood Healings Miracles Easter. Focus on Jesus. Term 2 - What Would Jesus say? I AM....... The Parables The Beatitudes The Lord’s Prayer Forgive 70X7 Love One Another as I have loved you.

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focus on jesus i

Focus on JesusI

Church School Program

focus on jesus
Focus on Jesus
  • Term 1 - What Would Jesus Do?
  • Childhood
  • Healings
  • Miracles
  • Easter
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Focus on Jesus
  • Term 2 - What Would Jesus say?
  • I AM.......
  • The Parables
  • The Beatitudes
  • The Lord’s Prayer
  • Forgive 70X7
  • Love One Another as I have loved you
focus on jesus term 1 what jesus did
Focus on JesusTerm 1What Jesus Did
  • Week 1 Childhood
  • Week 2 Baptism
  • Week 3 Miracles Feeding 5000
  • Week 4 Walking on water, calming storm
  • Week 5 Healings Bartimaeus Paralysed man
  • Week 6 Raising the dead Lazarus,
  • Week 7 Palm Sunday Good Friday
  • Week 8 Easter
focus on jesus what would jesus do
Focus on JesusWhat Would Jesus Do?
  • This term we will be learning about Jesus
  • We will be focusing on the life of Jesus as our example
  • We will be compiling a wall poster growth chart
focus
Focus
  • n 1: the concentration of attention or energy on something; "the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology"; "he had no direction in his life" [syn: focusing, focussing, direction, centering] 2: maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system; "in focus"; "out of focus" 3: maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea; "the controversy brought clearly into focus an important difference of opinion" 4: a central point or locus of an infection in an organism; "the focus of infection" [syn: focal point, nidus] 5: special emphasis attached to something; "the stress was more on accuracy than on speed" [syn: stress] 6: a point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges [syn: focal point] 7: a fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section v 1: direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies" [syn: concentrate, center, centre, pore, rivet] 2: cause to converge on or toward a central point; "Focus the light on this image" [ant: blur] 3: bring into focus or alignment; to converge or cause to converge; of ideas or emotions [syn: concenter, concentre, focalize, focalise] 4: become focussed or come into focus; "The light focused" [syn: focalize, focalise] [ant: blur] 5: put (an image) into focus; "Please focus the image; we cannot enjoy the movie" [syn: focalize, focalise, sharpen] [ant: blur]
1 childhood
1. Childhood
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Tell the children that for the first half of the year we will be focussing on the life of Jesus and learning how His life is an example for us. We will be hearing about the things that Jesus did and cultivating the habit of thinking “What Would Jesus Do?” when we are faced with a decision or a problem.
  • Talk about Focus. When you focus on something you concentrate all your attention on it and do not get distracted by the things around
  • Pass around cameras and/or lenses and let the children experience getting a picture into focus
  • Read the story of the Jesus’ visit to the Temple when He was 12.
  • Discuss how this is an example for us - getting to know God, wanting to do God’s will, wanting to tell people about God, talking to the elders and discussing things with them.
  • Colour the WWJD with textas and glitter glue. Stick WWJD, height measure and verse to blue cardboard backing
  • Make sure the children write their names on the back of each page. The children do not take their posters home as they will be working on them next week.
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
baptism
Baptism
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Revise last week’s lesson
  • Read the story of the baptism of Jesus
  • Demo of washing a stain out of cloth
  • Discuss how this is an example for us - visit from the Pastor or one of the elders to discuss baptism with the children
  • Colour the picture and maze Stick to blue cardboard backing
  • Make sure the children write their names on the back of each page. The children do not take their posters home as they will be working on them the next week
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
miracles feeding 5000
Miracles - Feeding 5000
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Discuss last week’s lesson. Have the children thought any more about baptism during the week?
  • Demo Show a plate with five scones and 2 sardines on it. Ask each child how many scones and fish they could eat and write their answer on the whiteboard. Add up and conclude that just twenty people would eat more than 5 scones and 2 fish. Work out how many 5000 would eat.
  • Read the story of the feeding of the 5000
  • Discuss how this is an example for us. Emphasise that Jesus blessed the meal before He divided it and that we should ask a blessing on our meals
  • Colour the picture Stick to blue cardboard backing
  • Make sure the children write their names on the back of each page. The children do not take their posters home as they will continue to work on them next week.
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
walking on water calming the storm
Walking on water, calming the storm
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Read the stories of Jesus walking on water and calming the storm
  • Discuss how this is an example for us. Emphasise that Jesus has control over the elements and over any stormy situations in our lives and that we should always ask for His help and guidance in the rough times.
  • Colour the picture Stick to blue cardboard backing
  • Make sure the children write their names on the back of each page. The children do not take their posters home as they will continue to work on them next week.
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
healings bartimaeus paralysed man
Healings - Bartimaeus, Paralysed man
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Read the stories of the healings of blind Bartimaeus and the paralysed man
  • Discuss.
  • Colour the picture Stick to blue cardboard backing
  • Make sure the children write their names on the back of each page. The children do not take their posters home as they will continue to work on them next week.
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
raising the dead jairus daughter and lazarus
Raising the dead - Jairus’ daughter and Lazarus
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Read the stories of the raising of Jairus’ daughter and Lazarus
  • Discuss
  • Colour the picture Stick to blue cardboard backing
  • Finish up the charts. The children can take them home this week
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
palm sunday and good friday
Palm Sunday and Good Friday
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Read the story of Palm Sunday and Good Friday
  • Discuss
  • Make the Cross puzzle and One cut cross
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
easter
Easter
  • Talk to the children about their week and pray about any concerns. Take up offerings
  • Discuss last week’s lesson.
  • Read the story of Easter
  • Discuss
  • Colour the picture and mazes
  • Easter Egg Hunt and/or Easter party
  • Make a circle and pray for the week ahead
bibliography
Bibliography
  • ALEXANDER, Pat reteller
  • The Lion children’s Bible Herts., Lion, 1981
  • BARTLETT, Nancy Lewis
  • Children’s arts & crafts Sydney, Aust. Women’s Weekly, n.d.
  • FREEMAN, W. B.
  • Incredible mazes Book 1 Nashville, Nelson, 1993
  • HOCHSTATTER, Daniel J.
  • Sammy’s incredible travels with Jesus & his friends. A New Testament adventure Nashville, Nelson, 1992
  • HUNT, Patricia J reteller
  • The all colour book of Bible stories London, Octopus, 1978
  • JUMBO BIBLE COLORING FUN 1 Ohio, Barbour, 1992
  • OAC MINISTRIES
  • Ten simple Gospel tricks Goodwood SA 1992
  • SHEPPERSON, Fannelle
  • Crucifixion and resurrection Flash-a-card Life of Christ series 5 Pensacola Abeka 1992
  • WINDSOR, Gwyneth and HUGHES, John
  • Jesus and the birth of the church Oxford, Heinemann, 1990
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