BCC Kids at Home: July 5

Online video and curriculum for you to do as a family at home!

Check here Thursdays to see new curriculum and videos, discussion questions, and downloadable crafts for you to do at home!

1. Watch the Worship & Bible Story Video!

2. Do the Activities as a Family!


WHAT YOU DO: Draw a large heart on a piece of paper (1 per person) and have everyone draw a picture of themselves, friends, and family onto the heart. Play I Spy using the drawings on the heart and have kids point to which part of each drawing they think you are describing. Explain to your kids that Jesus loves everyone!


WHAT YOU DO: Hide a recognizable object (or series of objects) around your house or child’s room such as alphabet letters, some cut out hearts, or toys like cars or balls. Tell your child what is hidden and how many of them your child needs to find. As they look and return the items, tell them that God loves everyone and will never stop loving us. Even when we do bad things or are far away from him, Jesus looks for us and brings us back.

The Best Gift of All

What’s the best gift you’ve ever been given? Find a piece of paper and draw your best gift ever.

This week’s verse reminds us that here’s one gift that’s way more awesome than the one you’ve drawn. It’s Jesus! He is the best gift ever because He made a way for us to be a part of God’s family. God loved us so much that He sent Jesus to die on the cross and be raised back to life so that we could be forgiven.

Spend some time thanking God for the good gifts He gives us, especially the best gift ever: Jesus!

Strength from God’s Grace

What is something heavy in your room that you can’t pick up by yourself? Ask someone stronger than you to come and help you. Are you able to lift it now?

What is something you struggle with? Have you ever asked God to show up and help you with it? Especially when it comes to things we know God wants us to do, like obeying our parents, being kind to others, being honest, and showing honor to others. If we are having a hard time doing those things, that gives God a chance to show up and help us. His grace means we’re forgiven when we mess up, and we’re strengthened when we’re weak.
Know that you don’t have to do it all alone!

For memory verses, discussion questions, and prayer, please download the PDFs below!

Our staff talks about parenting in this COVID season

Parents! We invite you into our candid Zoom call as we talk through how we’re in the midst of this time with you. Hope you can take a few moments and exhale with us. We love you and are here for you.