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Discipleship Truth: Abiding in Christ is simply remaining in constant communion with Jesus. That is very basic, but it can also be quite challenging. Apart from Him, all human efforts to be godly are useless and ineffective (John 15:5- 6). Believers who abide in Christ also bear fruit—the proof of discipleship (15:8). As Christians allow Jesus to direct their lives, He provides daily energy and endurance. The Lord is the only One who can purify, sustain, empower, and guide people to…

Jesus took two things from the table and told the followers that these would forever be used to remember His death. To find out, complete the two dot-to-dots.

Another person had this pinned on their board (of a tree made from a paper bag.) It worked great for my Sunday School lesson on Zacchaeus. Green tissue paper was used for the leaves and a clip art bible character was used for Zacchaeus. Although I teach preschoolers this craft can easily be done by a child (7 years old and up).

In this game, the children have to see if they can find the one lost sheep. I made several bushes (more than pictured here) and put magnets on the back of each one so I could use this game on our large magnetic whiteboard. A cookie sheet could be used just as well. I put a sticker of a sheep on the back of only one of the bushes. The children take turns turning over a bush until someone finally finds the one lost sheep.

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