BCC Kids at Home: January 10

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: Use the attached pages to read and act out the story for your preschooler. It is in the style of "We're Going on a Bear Hunt." After they've acted out the story, have them color the pages included!


WHAT YOU DO: Print the rocket image and have your child color it. Cut along the dashed lines and fold in half. Use tape to close the sides of the rocket image, leaving a straw-sized pocket. Use a bendy straw and insert the small end
into the rocket pocket and let your kids launch it by blowing into the long end!

Sharing is Caring

Sometimes we don’t realize that we have more than we need, and it takes others pointing it out to show us what we have that we could be sharing with others. Find a friend or family member who knows you really well and ask them for help figuring out something you have that you can share with others. Remember this doesn’t have to be material objects, although it can be!

As you talk to your friend or family member, they too may realize they have things they can share with others. Together, make a plan for how you can share the things, time, talent, and expertise you have with others!

Just do it.

You’ve probably heard that phrase before. This three-word slogan was first introduced in Nike ads in 1987 as away market their brand and inspire athletes of every level to push themselves to keep going and do the work.

But these words aren’t new. Paul wrote them in a letter to the churches in Galatia thousands of years ago, saying, “When you can do good to everyone, just do it!” In other words, when you have the opportunity to help, to share, to show love to others, don’t sit there, just do it.

Write the words “Just Do It” on an index card and tape it to your doorframe. As you leave your room each morning, read those three words out loud. Ask God to help you share what you have with others and then give the card a tap to acknowledge your willingness to “do good to everyone” as you head out the door.