Jesus Heals a Man with an Unclean Spirit

Jesus Heals a Man with an Unclean Spirit

 (Bible Overview #4 of 72)

One Main Truth:  The Enemy Blocks the Goal

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1 GAME: Steal the Bacon!!!

Game / Bible / Life Connection:  

  1. Show Players the boundaries for the game.
  2. Show them the “Bacon” (a small object).
  3. Divide the Players into two or four even-numbered teams (add a coach if needed). Have the teams sit down across from each other on the opposing boundary lines.
  4. Assign each Player a number. Each team should have a one, a two, a three, etc.
  5. Explain that when the Game Zone Leader calls a number, one Player from each team who has that number will run to try to grab the “Bacon” in the center of the area. The first Player to get the “Bacon” will get a point for their team.
  6. Start the game by placing the “Bacon” in the center of the playing field and then calling out a number. Announce the winner and which team got the point. Have players return to their spots. Quickly return the “Bacon” to the center.
  7. Replay with other numbers.
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2 BIBLE DISCOVERIES: Gospel & Truth - Mark 1:21-28

 Game / Bible / Life Connection:    






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Memory Verse:   But Jesus rebuked him, “Be silent, and come out of him!”  Mark 1:25

Leader, ask God to connect to the children’s minds, the children’s hearts, and in the prayer to connect to the children’s soul.

1. Game 


2. Bible

3. Life
Jesus, please protect my life. Please give me courage to obey and share this truth.  Amen.

4. Worship Song
Ask the children what is their favorite worship song and then sing several worship songs with hand-motions
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5. Reinforcement 
Use local resources and common objects.

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