God made me to help others.
Rebekah looks for a way to help and gives water to a man and all of his camels.
Memory Verse “We have the Lord our God to help us.” 2 Chronicles 32:8, NLT
Engage in Everyday Moments Together
When you go into your child’s room, say: “Good morning, [child’s name]! I see I someone God made to help others. It’s… YOU!”
Cuddle with your child and pray: “God, thank You for making [name of child] and me to help others.”
While on the go, name different people we can help. Think of people at church, in your community, school, neighborhood, etc.
Add lots of bubbles to bath time. Encourage your child to make things out of the bubbles. As you talk about what they are making with the bubbles, talk about how God made them. And one of the things God made them to do is help others.
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Timothy and Tabitha
1 Timothy 4:12; Acts 9:36-39
Tabitha helps others by making clothes, and Timothy helps others by teaching people about God and showing them how to love like Jesus.
The Four Friends
Four friends help carry a man to see Jesus because he cannot walk.
Jesus tells a story about a Samaritan who helps a hurt man on the side of the road.
Followers of Jesus become the Church and love one another by meeting, praying, and sharing together.
Jesus tells the disciples to go and tell everyone, everywhere the good news that Jesus is alive.