Jesus’ Resurrection

Matthew 28:1-10; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-10

Family Discussion Questions

  • Who first learned of Christ’s resurrection first? Why is this significant?
  • What does resurrection mean?
  • When Jesus rose, what did he defeat?
  • Where were you when you first understood the importance of the resurrection?
  • Why does the resurrection matter?
  • How can we make sure that we don’t leave Jesus on the cross when we share the gospel with others?
  • Which disciple would you have been – the one who stops at the door of the tomb or the one who went in?
  • Share the gospel from the beginning to end making sure to include the resurrection and explain its significance.

Additional Resources

Foot Race – Some of the disciples ran to the tomb once they heard the news that Jesus was not there. If your family were the racing disciples, who would win? Run a race to find out.

Resurrection Rolls – Find a recipe here.

Lord I Lift Your Name on High – This song tells the whole story. Check out a kid friendly version here.


Last year’s game night was a blast and we still miss hanging out with all of you; so, mark your calendars for Sunday, January 30th @ 6:30PM for Family Game Night. We’re going to gather together for a night of fun, laughter and fellowship.

All you’ll need to do is round up your family, bring a larger than life game piece that represents your family [think tea kettle, stuffed animal, baseball cap, etc] and show up in the fellowship hall. CloughKids will bring the fellowship hall filling game board, trivia, emoji puzzles, markers, bean bags and snacks for an action packed night of friendly competition.

Families with youth – all of the youth will be joining us for game night!

No registration necessary.

Would you try to rehang a towel rack to the wall with white glue? Probably not.

Is your hammer going to help your fix the light switch? Unlikely.

Having the right tools makes all the difference when you are trying to accomplish a job well. Join us as guest speaker Vanessa Wellendorf shares some new tools for your parenting toolbelt. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to come together, talk about parenting and pick up a new tool or two for your arsenal.

CloughKids crawling through non-youth 6th grade will have their own workshop during the adult program. To help make arriving by 9AM easier, the children’s activities will begin with breakfast before digging into some new tools of their own. Registration is required for the children’s activities – Register Here.