Thank you for continuing this journey of The Gospel Project for Kids. We can’t believe we’ve already made it to the second Unit of this study! Over the next few weeks, kids will learn that God is a covenant-making God. After the people spread out over all the earth when God mixed up their languages, He spoke to a man named Abram. God called Abram to leave behind his family and his lands to go to a place God would show him. God made a covenant with Abram, promising to bless all the world through one of his descendants. (Gen 12:1-3) By faith, Abram obeyed.
God was serious about the covenant; He always keeps His promises. God even changed Abram’s name to Abraham, which means “Father of a Multitude.” God promised to bless all the earth through Abraham. At just the right time, Jesus was born into Abraham’s family. (Gal. 4:4-5) Jesus fulfilled God’s promise to Abraham. (See Gal. 3:8.) Jesus came into the world to save sinners. Through Him, all the nations of the earth are blessed.
Bible Passage: Genesis 12:1-3; 15:1-21; 17:1-9
Key Passage: Romans 4:3
For what does the Scripture say? “Abraham believed God, and it was counted to him as righteousness.”
Main Point: God Promised to Bless Abraham
Big Picture Question: What did God promise? God promised to bless His people.
Looking for a church in Spruce Pine, NC with a Gospel-Centered Kids Ministry?
Check out Seedlings, The Grove Church’s Kids Ministry! We use The Gospel Project for Kids to partner with parents to make disciples and transform the hearts of children. Each week, children will go chronologically through the Bible learning about Jesus. When you pick up your children, you’ll receive an Activity Sheet and Card detailing what your child learned and tips and ideas on how to continue the conversation at home. If you want to visit us with your children, you can go HERE and pre-register to make checking in your children much faster on Sunday.
We meet each Sunday at 9:30am for coffee and worship starts at 10:00am.