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Kid Possible Assembly. March 2013

Kid Possible Assembly. March 2013

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This is the Kid Possible Assembly topic for March 2013, for all member sof CFC Kids for family and Life.
This is the Kid Possible Assembly topic for March 2013, for all member sof CFC Kids for family and Life.

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MONTH: MarchTHEME: Holy SpiritTIME ALLOTED: 1.5 to 2 hours
Objectives
 At the end of the activity, the children should:
 
 
understand who the Holy Spirit is
 
recognize the works of the Holy Spirit
 
seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit in their everyday lives
Anchor Bible Verse
But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide us into all
truth.”
John 16:13
 
Schedule
15 mins Gathering and teaching of song10 mins Kids praise/opening prayer 15 mins Pep talk 30 mins Activity (per age group)15 mins Processing/Conclusion/ Featured Saint10 mins Closing prayer/KFL Habits/ Announcements
Song for the Month
Radio*
 
Pep Talk:
This month we will talk about the Holy Spirit, and how he works on our everyday lives.How many of you have ever done something wrong? How many of you felt sorry about it? Howmany of you have ever been brave when you could have been afraid? How many of you need help inmaking the right decisions? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you may have had a littlehelp from the Holy Spirit. We know Who God is. He created us. We know Who Jesus is. He savedus. So who is the Holy Spirit anyway?Some of you have heard that God is three persons in one or what they call Trinity. God is the Father,the Son Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. How can we explain it?
(Note: You may use an egg, a bowl and atowel for your hands while presenting the talk) 
 
Well, this egg right here has three parts. There is the shell, (crack open), the yolk, and the egg white.It has three parts with different functions, but it is still one egg. Same as the Trinity, they are differentpersons with different tasks, but they are considered as one.
According to the Bible, the Holy Spirit has many names some of which are:
-
 
Comforter 
(John 14:16, 26; 15:26)
-
 
Spirit of truth
(John 14:17; 15:26)
-
 
Spirit of wisdom
(Isaiah 11:2; Ephesians 1:17)
-
 
Spirit of knowledge
(Isaiah 11:2)
 -
 
Spirit of God 
(Genesis 1:2; 1 Corinthians 2:11; Job 33:4)When Jesus ascended to heaven, H
e didn’t want to leave us
alone on Earth. He sent the Holy Spirit to:
 
Comfort us when we are sad or when we are in pain
 
Guide us to be honest and tell the truth at all times
 
Have wisdom and knowledge when we study for our exams
 
Protect us every day to avoid danger and in sicknessIt means that anytime a child of God calls on the name of Jesus, the Holy Spirit goes forth and springs intoaction to help us.
Suggested ActivitiesKids at Play (3-4 years old
)
 
Activity: Holy Spirit Stained Glass Craft
Materials:
 
 
Colored papers (assorted)
 
scissors
 
glue
 
cardboard or 1/8 size illustration board
 
 print out of a dove and fireInstructions:
 
Create the stained glass window background:
o
 
Cut out an archway shape from a cardboard or an illustration board.
 
o
 
Cut out random rectangular shapes from colored papers of different colors.
o
 
Glue the pieces all over the window to give it a stained glass look.
 
Glue the print out dove or fire on the center of the window.After the activity, tell the kids that dove and fire were some of the symbols used to describe thepresence of the Holy Spirit in the Bible. The dove was used as symbol during the baptism of Jesus and the fire was used during Pentecost.
First Step (5-7 years old)
Activity: Silent Answer Materials:
 
Cup of water 
 
 
Piece of any fruit
 
Hand drawn map of the church
 
 
Picture of a stop sign
 
Index cards
Mechanics:
 1.
 
Draw a map of the church. Write the following questions on index cards
:
 
I am hungry; can you help me?
 
I need water for my plant; can you help me?
 
I really like your church; can you tell me how to locate the sanctuary to attend the service?
 
I'm thinking about fighting my friend; what do you think about that?2.
 
Place the first four objects on a table and ask for two kids as volunteers.
 3.
 
Give the index cards to the first kid and he or she will verbally ask the questions to the secondkid.
4.
 
The second volunteer may use any of the objects on the table to answer the questions, but maynot speak.
5.
 
See how many of the questions can be answered. If time permits, allow other volunteers toplay the two roles.
 

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