Category Archives: Family Life Kids

Kids Corner – Violence Is Not The Answer



Bullies. Nobody likes them. And they don’t seem to like anybody. Everett has a run-in with some bullies, and goes to Mr. Jacob’s garage for advice. After Monica and Olan take a stab at a solution, Mr. Jacobs shares a special secret. (Scripture: Proverbs 15:1, Romans 12:17-21, Romans 13, Hebrews 13, Luke 22:36 and 38)


Kids Corner – Yours? Mine? Ours?



Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers! Ever heard that one before? Ever wonder if it’s true? Ashley and Kim wonder the same thing when they find a forgotten treasure in the park and want to keep it for themselves. Mr. Jacobs and Hugh take turns answering questions like “Who’s to say what really belongs to who?” (Scripture: Genesis 4, Psalm 24:1, Genesis 1 and 2, and Psalm 8:6)


Kids Corner – What is Marriage?



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A mysterious suit gets delivered to Mr. Jacob’s house. And Kyle comes to the most obvious conclusion… Mr. Jacobs is a Super Hero! Together with Peter and Rachel, they unravel Mr. Jacob’s possible secret past. (Titus 2 and 1st Timothy 5, Proverbs 31, Ephesians 5, and Matthew 20)


Kids Corner – Who Am I



Destin is getting into joke-telling… whether or not being a comedian is his “true calling,” it’s still a good question: what were you made to do? God made each of us for a special purpose! And Mr. Jacobs has a fun story to help the kids learn all about it. (Scripture: 1st Samuel 16:7; Genesis 1; 2nd Corinthians 6; Ephesians 2:10)


Kids Corner: The Reason For Weekends



There are often two kinds of people in the world. Those who love to rest and relax in their free time, and those who MUST DO THINGS! Twins Ivy and Sage are both those people. The girls, along with Everett try to enjoy the weekend in their own ways at Mr. Jacob’s garage. (Scripture: Genesis 1, Romans 10:9, Romans 14)


Kids Corner: Perspectives



It’s that time of year again! Mr. Jacobs and the gang are putting on a drama show for the community to raise money for missionaries. Laura, Sam and Wendy start to wonder if the little bit if money they raised is even worth it when you think about the fact that there are SOOO many people who need help. Miss Tabitha does her best to put things into perspective. (Scripture: Mark 12)