Kids Weekly News
We will not hide these truths from our children;
we will tell the next generation
about the glorious deeds of the Lord,
about his power and his mighty wonders.
Psalm 78:4
Online Parenting Class
Dear Parents,

Do you struggle to find friendships with other parents? If so, you’re not alone. We have some parent encouragement for you!

The truth is friendships are worth the work.

Your partner,
Pastor Cliff Hines
Family House Party

This resource is an all-in-one party kit to help families host a small gathering in your homes as you slowly re-emerge into socializing. It gives parents creative ideas, organizational tools, links for budget-friendly items, and planning material.

Whether it be your neighbors, friends, or parents from your kid’s soccer team, we want to help you reconnect with your community while building and strengthening your ministry at home.

CLICK HERE for more information.
Unit 22 Key Passage
Isaiah 53:4-5 
4 Surely he took up our pain and bore our suffering, yet we considered him punished by God, stricken by him, and afflicted. 5  But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.
Home Discipleship ToolBox
(HD Toolbox)
Each week we will be adding new videos and resources that align with this week's lesson. Make sure to check out the links below - they are videos your child would typically watch during their small group time to reinforce the lesson.

Questions From Kids:  (All Ages Click Here)

Preschool Video Lesson:  (Birth-Kindergarten Click Here)

Kids Video Lesson:   (1st-6th Grade Click Here)

This Week's Lesson
June 21 - 27
“Jesus Healed a Man Who Was Lame”
(John 5)

Located in the city of Jerusalem, the pool of Bethesda was a place many believed to possess healing powers. People who were sick or disabled went to the pool in hopes of being made whole. They believed an angel would stir up the waters, and the first person to get in would be healed. (Some translations include this detail in verse 4; but since the earliest and most accurate manuscripts do not include the detail, most contemporary translations omit it as well.)

Jesus sought out a man at the pool of Bethesda who had been disabled for 38 years. Jesus asked the man, “Do you want to get well?” The man, not recognizing who was talking to him (see John 5:13), explained his inability to get to the pool in time. Filled with compassion, Jesus commanded this man: “Get up, pick up your mat, and walk.” After decades of helplessness, the man was instantly healed. He picked up his mat and walked.

At this time, Jesus slipped away through the crowd. So when the Jewish leaders approached the man, asking questions about the healing and accusing the man of breaking the law by picking up his mat on the Sabbath, the man could not even identify who healed him. Yet Jesus sought out the man a second time. Jesus found the man in the temple and warned him, “Do not sin anymore, so that something worse doesn’t happen to you.”

Jesus cared about the man’s body; He had healed it. But Jesus also cared about the man’s soul. As you teach kids, emphasize that  the man at the pool was unable to help himself. Jesus healed him, and he obeyed Jesus’ commands. In a similar way, we are unable to free ourselves from sin. Jesus calls us to trust in Him. When we trust in Jesus, He frees us from the power of sin and death so we can follow Him and obey Him.
Next Week's Lesson
June 28 - July 4
“Jesus Healed a Man Who Was Blind”
(John 9)

Our sin makes us unable to see the truth about God. Jesus came as a light in a dark world. He came to give us sight—true understanding of God and His kingdom. Those who trust in Jesus see who He is and worship Him.
What's Coming Up
VBS 2020:  Due to our current circumstances, VBS did not happen June 1-5 as planned. As we continue to make decisions about summer plans we will update you as soon as we can. Thanks!
Kids On A Mission
Our Compassion Kids
Guloveson is now 6 years old. His Birthday is on
August 18, 2013.
Lidia is now 9 years old.
Her birthday is on
November 26, 2010.
Remember to pray for Guloveson and Lidia!!!
Mission Focus- Newborn Bundle
We have purchased 7 Newborn Bundles!!!
A new mother in poverty has a variety of physical, mental and emotional barriers to overcome. Survival is her top priority for her child. A Newborn Bundle will give a new mother the valuable tools to help her child — and will remind her she is not alone!
Our gift of $198 will include:
  • Birth Attendant – $100
  • Newborn Care Package – $38
  • Baby’s Medical Care – $60
Kids Mission Offering
Every Wednesday and Sunday your kids have the opportunity to give to the NWF Kids mission offering. All money given goes to support our Compassion Kids and Mission Focus. Our $76 commitment will be given to Compassion International to help support both Guloveson and Lidia. Anything over our $76 commitment will be given to our Mission Focus for the year.

This fun way of giving teaches your kids to be faithful stewards of God's blessings and in turn impact the world around them.

If you are wanting to give to the Kids Mission Offering click the button below and make sure to change the fund to "Kids Missions".
We are looking for more volunteers who love serving with kids and helping them grow in their faith.

If you are interested in serving in the Kids Ministry, click the button below or visit the Kids Check In Desk for the volunteer application.