Armor of God
John 14:15; Matthew 22:37–39; Ephesians 6:13–17
Family Discussion Questions
- Who can put on the armor of God?
- What do we need the armor for?
- When should we put on the armor of God?
- Where can we go to get the armor of God?
- Why do we need armor?
- How do each of the pieces of armor protect us?
- Which piece of armor do you like the most? Why?
- Discuss personal prayer lives. When do you pray? Do you have a something that helps you to focus? Etc.
I’m in the Lord’s Army – Parents, if you grew up in church you know this one. We’ve sung it with your children in CloughKids too. Want help from YouTube? Check out a version of this song here.
Make Swords – Use cardboard (empty cereal boxes work great for this) or cardstock and make some swords. Cover the sword in words from the Bible.
Which Shoes – Look at various kinds of shoes. Talk about how different shoes are used for different purposes. The shoes in the Bible verses above were made with spikes to help you move forward.
It’s that time of year again – This I Believe is back! We will be digging deep and taking a look at the most common questions about our faith. Join us each Wednesday in the Children’s Worship space for some serious learning and some serious fun.
Thanks to Disney many of you probably know that Ohana is Hawaiian for family but did you know that in its fullest sense, Ohana is a group of people bound by love and compassion for one another – it includes intentional, adopted family and close friends. This year at our Ohana Island VBS, we are going to be exploring how God created us for community with Him and with one another.
Ohana Island will run July 18-22 from 6:15-8:45PM. Evenings on Ohana Island will begin with our worship rally where we will dig into biblical truth and worship the God who designed us all. The night will continue with games, science, snacks, small group time, and missions. Each night will conclude with a short time of worship as we gather together for dismissal.
Registration is open so go ahead and start to share on social media, invite friends, and register your own children [www.cloughpike.com/ohana]!
Mark your calendars and come join us as we discover how we are created for community!