The Bible says that “God is Love,” but what does that mean?
The way we use the word love in the 21st Century can be confusing for children. We say, “I love my Mom” and “I love candy.”
Is love just an advanced case of the cooties or is it what compelled Jesus to the cross?
One of my favorite books is “The Four Loves” by C. S. Lewis.
Here is a quote from this book, “God loves us not because we are lovable, but because He is love.”
C. S. Lewis helped me understand the depth of love that Father God has for me.
It is vital that children today gain an understanding of how wide, how long, how high and how deep the love of God is.
When they are equipped with the proper understanding they will be able to walk out John 13:35, “By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
This is why I wrote a 4-week series for preschoolers called “Love God,” that covers how much God really does love each one of us.
When you teach this series, your preschoolers will learn:
- God always loves them
- God doesn’t have favorites
- God’s love is endless
Kinder Church 2.0, Love God is complete with Lesson Outlines, Pre-Service Activities, hands on Object Lessons, Large Group and Small Group Curriculum, Visuals and Props, Color Pages, and Home Devotional for Parents.
Tons of material each week that bring home the point that “God Loves Me.”
It’s a foundation every child should have and when you teach Kinder Church, Love God you are establishing God’s unconditional love in their heart.
This series, Kinder Church 2.0, Love God is only $49.