BCC Kids at Home: May 24

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 NEED: Box or gift bag

Find a box or gift bag and gather your family together. Tell your child(ren) that you are going to surprise each other with some of your favorite things. Send your child off to get their favorite stuffed animal, toy, or item of clothing to put in the box to surprise you. When you open the box make it really fun and exciting.

Play several rounds, taking turns putting surprises in the box.

WHAT YOU SAY: I loved seeing so many of your favorite things! These would all make such great gifts! When God gave us Jesus He gave us the best gift because Jesus loves us so much!



WHAT YOU NEED: Paper, glue

Tell your child that you each are going to draw a picture of something you love (parents participate too!). Once you and your child have finished coloring your pictures, have your child glue the two pictures together (with the drawings on the outside). Let the glue dry and then show your child how just like these two papers can’t be separated, we can’t be separated from God’s love!


Ask an adult to go outside with you and see if you can find a small rock. Paint the rock and write on it, “God is my rock.” Keep this rock in your pocket and the next time you are scared, hold it and remember that God is our rock so we don’t have to be afraid!

Thank Jesus that you don’t have to be scared because He is on your side!



All month long, you’ve prayed for determination for yourself. But you probably also know some other people who are struggling to keep going. Who do you know who is facing a hard journey—perhaps because of sickness, death, losing their job, or having to move? If you can’t think of anyone, just ask an adult—they’ll likely know of someone who you can pray for. Use the sample prayer below to ask God to help them to keep going even when they don’t know the end of the story.

“Dear God, please be with ______________ who is having a really hard time because of _________________. I imagine they are scared because ________________. It’s so hard when we don’t know how things will turn out…but we do believe that you know how things will turn out. You know the end of the story, and we can trust you no matter what. Please help ____________ to remember that, and to keep going even when they’re scared. In Jesus’ Name, we pray.




Whenever someone is going through something scary, it means so much to know that other people are cheering you on. No matter how you choose to encourage your friend, be sure to continue to pray for them to keep going. Here are some ways to encourage the person you just prayed for:

  • Make them a card. Consider including a Bible verse to encourage them, like Psalm 27:1.
  • Send them a text or email and just let them know you’re praying for them.
  • Give them a call so they know you’re thinking of them.
  • Bake them some cookies or drop off some flowers at their house.

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

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