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Check List for Teachers

Attention! All teachers and assistants: I need you to follow this check list as you lead students in your small
group. This will help us to better guide our students in their Bible-based fun activities. Please check this list as you direct your
kids… Thank you in advance for your help.
All classes:
_____ Greet your students as you take attendance.
(If they are newcomers, please add them on the list.)
• As parents come in to sign them out, try to get the missing information from their parents… ^^
_____ Pray!!!
_____ Lesson 46: Star Wars
Power Point: My fight is against spiritual forces.
Memory V.: We are fighting against forces and authorities and against rulers of darkness and powers in
the spiritual world. (Ephesians 6:12)

Lesson overview
In this world, our fight isn’t against flesh and blood. “We are fighting against forces and authorities and against
rulers of darkness in the spiritual world” (Eph. 6:12). Our fight is against spiritual forces builds up attitudes and
strongholds. And when faced with trouble, we know that it’s not flesh and blood that will help us out of it; it is Christ in us
who gives us the strength and the power to overcome the enemy. “Let the mighty strength of the Lord make you strong”
(Eph. 6:10)
This week in KIDS Church, you have the opportunity to share with your kids that they are well-equipped by God
to face anything that may come their way. They have the full armor of God at their disposal so that they can defend
themselves and stand firm through any battle. (See Ephesians 6:13) With the helmet of salvation, the breastplate of
righteousness, the belt of truth, feet ready with peace, the shield of faith, and the sword of the Spirit, God has given your
kids—even at their age—everything they need to defeat the civil one. More than anything, today is the perfect time to
remind them that when they are “clothed with Christ,” they are ready for battle—anytime, anyplace. (See Colossians 3:10)
Take time this week to break down the concepts of “God’s armor” and “being clothed with Christ” down to a
practical, everyday-living level. Help your kids see that play-yard skirmishes are not the real battles worth fighting in this
world. And in that spiritual world is where our fights take place. When your kids discover today’s Point, My fight is
against spiritual forces, their perspectives will be changed forever…and they will each truly become a force in this world!

Going deeper
Start a discussion with your kids about what the Bible means when it uses terms like “helmet of salvation” and
“breastplate of righteousness.” Talk about practical ways they can “put on” this armor. Make sure your kids understand that
though God is spiritual, our fight is never against Him, it’s against His enemies.
Small Group Check Lists
(Please put check marks on the line as you teach ^^)
____ Check attendance and circle the kids who came early.
____ Check their homework (Joobo – reading & praying daily, take-home homework)
Give out weekly check points and sign their bulletins after you check them. Encourage your
students to read Bible and obey His word daily!!! <Record them in your 2010 Diary>
____ Go over the Memory verses (we made memory verse cards for this quarter so please
pass it out to your students)
____ Have a great time with your students!!!
_____ Ask your students to fill out “Prayer Request” forms, if you don’t have their prayer
cards. (Please turn it into Miriam gsn, we’ll put the copies in your mail box in our Conference room)
____ Before ending, please pray with your students
(You can even write down their prayer requests, if time allows)
____ Sign your students out as parents come in (1st – 4th graders)
_____ Encourage your students to bring their Bible every week.
_____ Return all supplies to our Teacher Conference room 105.
• Teachers, if you don’t come to church without any notification for two times, you
will become TA the next week.(Please notify us calling, texting, or emailing 24 hours
prior (48 hours preferred) – contact Miriam gansanim…^^
• Teachers who miss the teachers meeting won’t be able to teach the next week.
Teachers who are not worshipping with our kids won’t be able to teach small group.
• Teachers, check our to get all the info. you need
for your students and yourselves… (each week’s joobo, check lists, all forms…etc)
o Teachers, please call, call, call your students who are absent!!!
o No Eating in the worship room!!!
• Snacks: they will not be passed out to classes anymore. Instead, teachers
should assign each student a day to bring snacks for the class.
5/29 (Sat) VBS prep from 9:30am-3pm. All teachers should come!
6/5 (Sat) Vision Worship
KDC Offering
6/6 (Sun) Birthday party for June babies!
Monthly teachers meeting from 1:30-3:00 pm
6/20 (Sun) Father’s Day
Boaz Offering
6/23-25 (Wed-Thurs) VBS!!

Teacher sign up for Sat. Prep for month of May through June (2-4pm):
5/29: 2nd grade teachers
6/5 : 6th grade teachers
6/12: 5th grade teachers
6/19: 4th grade teachers
6/26: 3rd grade teachers (10am-12pm)
7/3 : 2nd grade teachers (10am-12pm)
7/10: 1st grade teachers (10am-12pm)

Lesson 47: Success Comes in “Cans”
Power Point: Through Christ, I can do all things.
Memory V.: Christ gives me the strength to face anything. (Philippians 4:13)
Lesson overview
Abraham Lincoln said, “Without the assistance of the Divine Being, I cannot succeed. With the assistance, I cannot
fail,” that is the message for today. With the Holy Spirit working through us, we can do anything that God instructs us to do
and endure anything that comes our way. In short, we can do all things through Christ. There are no trials or pitfalls that
can separate keep us from following Jesus for the rest of our lives.
Today’s Scripture Memory Verse says, “Christ gives me the strength to face anything” (Phil. 4:13). Your kids need
to know that this strength comes through a daily relationship with Him—through reading their Bibles, praying, spending
time with Christian friends, attending church and obeying their parents. As they develop that relationship, they will learn the
depth of God’s love, the voice of the Holy Spirit and the truth of Jesus’ sacrifice. They will know that Jesus’ relationship
cannot be broken by any trial that comes their way.
As this truth becomes more real to them, they can rest, knowing that their futures are secure. They’ll have peace in
their lies—the kind of peace that passes all understanding (see Philippians 4:7)—and it will overflow into every area of their
lives. Their attitudes and relationships will reflect the love of Christ. It is that peace that will guard their hearts and minds.
As you share this truth with them, take the opportunity to encourage them. Some may be facing tough
circumstances—a parents’ divorce, death of loved ones or social troubles. This is a time to teach them how to stand strong
in the midst of those situations. Teach them that even in tough times, they are able to rely on Jesus for answers and have the
peace that comes form knowing that he loves them and I working on their behalf.
Going deeper
Sit down with your kids and share with them any trials you faced when you were their age and how Jesus can help
them through those trials today. If you knew Jesus back then, share how He helped you. When kids see your honesty, they
will know it is OK to go through hard times.