We are currently unable to offer any in-person children’s ministry on Sunday mornings before or during our worship service.  However, we do have a program on Tuesdays at 5pm called Grace Kids and we are going to begin offer family gatherings outside every other Sunday after our worship gathering.

Each week GCC families are encouraged to watch the video on this page together and discuss the questions below it.

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This Week’s Topic

How God Created Everything

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A very long time ago God decided to make the whole world and everything in it. And he didn’t have to lift a finger.

In today’s lesson, we’re going to learn about how everything was created in just six days! Have you ever thought about where the stars came from or how the oceans were formed? Have you ever wondered how giraffes got those long necks or how flowers smell so good? It’s because God created them to be that way. In the very first book of the Bible, Genesis, we read all about how God created everything. God is so powerful and awesome that he didn’t have to spend years creating and perfecting what he made. All he did was say, “Let there be light!” and there was light. Or, “Let there be plants and trees” and instantly trees and plants were everywhere! And, on the last day he made his most special creation- people! He took extra special care in creating us. The Bible says that he created us in his image, meaning we were made to have relationship with him. He wanted to have a friendship with us that he couldn’t have with animals or plants. That’s why we are God’s most special creations!

Key Points:

  • God only had to speak and the whole world was created. Genesis 1:3
  • God took 6 days to make everything. Genesis 1:31
  • The best thing God made was you and me. Genesis 1:27

Memory Verse:

Genesis 1:27 So God created human beings in his own image.

Talk About It
  1. What’s your favorite part of the video? What’s one thing you learned from it?
  2. If you had all the legos (or play-dough) you could ever want, what would you create?
  3. How many days did it take for God to create everything?
  4. Who are God’s most special creation?
  5. Read Psalm 148:1-5. Who should praise God? Why is God worthy of our praise and respect?
  6. How will you apply this lesson to your life this week?