The Plot to Kill Jesus

The Plot to Kill Jesus

 (Bible Overview #62 of 72)

One Main Truth:  Honor Jesus In All You Say and Do

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1 GAME: Burden Relay

Game / Bible / Life Connection:  

  1. Show Players an object in the distance that the Players have to run to or around and back.
  2. Divide the Players into two or more teams depending on the number of Players making sure teams are divided evenly. If there is an uneven number have one Player run twice for their team.
  3. Explain that the first Player is going to run to the object and back and then tag the hand of the next Player in line.
  4. When their turn is finished have them go to the back of the line and sit down.
  5. The winning team is the one with all the Players sitting down at the end.
  6. Play the first two rounds like this then on the third round have the Players carry a heavy object like a rock while they run down and back.
  7. Repeat if time allows.
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2 BIBLE DISCOVERIES: Gospel & Truth - Mark 14:1-10

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3 LIFE CONNECTIONS

  Game / Bible / Life Connection:    

Memory Verse:   And truly, I say to you, wherever the gospel is proclaimed in the whole world, what she has done will be told in memory of her.”  Mark 14:9

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, I pray my attitudes and actions would bless and honor you. 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.
(Optional)

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