Jesus Puts the Pieces Back Together.


Peter, the fishermen, was brash, bold and impulsive. Despite his desire to do good, Peter didn’t always do the right thing. He came close to wrecking things quite a few times; but Jesus was always there providing forgiveness and redemption. We may feel that we’ve “wrecked it” when it comes to the bad things we’ve done; but if we will turn to Jesus, He will put our broken pieces back together.


Memory Verse: “The Lord is close to those whose hearts have been broken. He saves those whose spirits have been crushed.” Psalm 34:18 (NIrV)

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Objective: Kids will know that no sin or mistake is bigger than God’s forgiveness.

November 1, 2020 – What a Wreck

 Scripture: Matthew 14:22-33, Jesus and Peter Walks on Water

Peter boldly stepped out of the boat to walk on water with Jesus. While he kept his eyes on Jesus, Peter was fine. But when Peter focused on the wind and waves, he almost wrecked himself.

Objective: Kids will learn that if we don’t want to wreck it, we should keep our eyes on Jesus.

November 8, 2020 – Making a Mess of Things

 Scripture: Mark 8:27-33, Jesus Rebukes Peter

People were impressed with the words Jesus said and the miracles he performed, but they did not understand who Jesus was. Peter was one of the first to understand that Jesus was the Son of God. Moments later, though, Jesus was rebuking Peter for questioning God’s plan.

Objective: Kids will learn that if we don’t want to wreck it, we should trust God’s plan.

November 15, 2020 – It All Falls Apart

Scripture: Matthew 26:69-75, Peter Disowns Jesus

Peter’s life had no shortage of mistakes and missteps. But Peter’s greatest shame came when he disowned Christ, swearing to people that he did not know Jesus. Peter let his fear cause him to sin against Jesus.

Objective: Kids will learn that if we don’t want to wreck it, we need to trust God even when it’s difficult.

November 22, 2020 – Putting the Pieces Together

 Scripture: Acts 2:1-14, 41, Peter Preaches At Pentecost

Despite all of his mistakes and all the times he “wrecked things,” God still had an important part for Peter to play. On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came to Peter and helped him preach to the great crowd that was gathered; and 3000 people came to believe in Jesus that day. No matter how you have “wrecked it” you can be forgiven,

and allow God to use you in a special way.

Objective: Kids will learn that even when we think we’ve wrecked it, God still has a part for us to play in his plan.

NOVEMBER 29, 2020 – Gobble, Gobble Gratitude

Bible Scripture: Luke 17:11-19 Jesus heals 10 lepers

OBJECTIVE: Rather than always asking for and wanting more, we need to take time to say thank you for all that we have.  Kids will name some things they are thankful for.

Memory Verse: “Give thanks to the Lord, because he is good. His faithful love continues forever.” 1 Chronicles 16:34 (NIrV)

Lesson:  Turkeys are constantly talking. “Gobble, gobble, gobble”, but they never say thank you. They just keep saying “gobble, gobble, gobble” and looking for more. When we realize all that Jesus has done for us and all the things, we have to be thankful for, we need to remember to praise him and thank him.


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