Happy, sad, scared, or mad—we can show people how we’re feeling with just one little picture. Emoji’s are also the perfect way to unpack the Book of Psalms! During “Emoji Madness,” kids will use different emoji’s to tell the Bible story and to discover how God helps us manage our emotions.
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|Lesson 1||Elisha’s Servant is Afraid||Key Verse: Psalm 34:4|
|Big Idea: God is with us when we’re afraid, so we can pray that He’ll open our eyes.||Bible Basis: 2 Kings 6:8-22|
|Lesson 2||Ezra Brings Joy Back to Israel||Key Verse: Psalm 119:111|
|Big Idea: God’s Word brings joy to everyone who understands it.||Bible Basis: Nehemiah 8|
|Lesson 3||King Ahab’s Anger||Key Verse: Psalm 37:8|
|Big Idea: God desires peace, so we can turn away from anger.||Bible Basis: 1 Kings 21|
|Lesson 4||Making Peace with Others||Key Verse: Psalm 34:14|
|Big Idea: Jesus is the Good Shepherd who makes peace with us, so I can make peace with others.||Bible Basis: Matt. 18:10-20|
*Recommended Use Dates: July 7 – 28, 2024
PLEASE NOTE: The “Journey Today Show” videos are available for download one month before the use date listed above.
*Each GO! unit is part of a 12-month scope and sequence that takes kids on a chronological journey through the Bible. The scope and sequence is designed to follow the Christian calendar so that the Christmas lessons land on Christmas and the Easter lessons land on Easter. The “Recommended Use Dates” indicate where the unit falls within the one-year curriculum calendar. You are able to use the unit at any time of the year that works best for you, but by following the “Recommended Use Dates,” you can easily transition into using the other GO! units to tell the remainder of the Big Bible Story. Click here to view the curriculum calendar.
*** There will be glimpses of God’s salvation plan throughout the year, but there will be four lessons where that plan is communicated clearly and kids will have an opportunity to respond. Those lessons are denoted with *** next to the lesson title.