Tune in to hear some of the best dramas of 2022!
There are so many presents at Christmas! It is so fun to find just the right ones for your families and friends, but what are we supposed to give God for Christmas? I mean, it is His birthday after all.
Bible verses: Matthew 13:44-45, John 3:16, Philippians 2:7, Micah 6, and Jeremiah 2
Mary, Joseph, the angels… It’s THE Christmas story – Kids Corner-style. Hear the adventure of the first Christmas, and learn why Jesus came to Earth as a baby! (Scripture: Luke 1:26-45, 2:1-20; Matthew 1:18-25; Romans 3:23, 6:23, 5:8, 10:9-10, 10:13.)
Is the Christmas Story we hear every year really what happened? Why were some things added to the story? (Scripture: Proverbs 30:6, Matthew 25:23)
What does it mean to be wise? Is it about knowing a lot of facts? Is there more to it than that? Peter and Kimberly are about to find out! (Scripture: Proverbs 18:15, Ephesians 5:15, Matthew 7:24, Proverbs 19:20, Proverbs 13:20, Proverbs 17:10)
Have you ever felt like you weren’t needed? Well there are lots of kids who know the feeling, including Monica and Peter. They are playing shepherds in their church’s Christmas show, and they are feeling a little neglected. Ms Tabitha sees some similarities to the characters they are playing! (Scripture: 1st Corinthians 1:27, Luke 2:1-20)
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word “Angels.” Probably some girl with long blond hair and a white dress complete with a halo and wings right? You can imagine Artie’s reaction when he finds out he has to play one for the Christmas play at church. But what if that’s not how angels actually look? (Daniel 10, Joshua 5, Luke 2, and Mathew 28, Isaiah 6, Ezekiel 1, and Hebrews 13:2)
Did you know there are times when you shouldn’t help someone? When Gabby asks Wendy for help but she refuses, drama ensues. Everett and Mr. Jacobs do their best to help. (Scripture: 2nd Timothy 3, Ephesians 5:6, 1st John 4, and Galatians 5:25)
Have you ever moved? It’s always so hard to leave a place you are familiar with and go to a new house, a new school, a new environment. You feel so uprooted and unsettled. It doesn’t matter if it’s across the street or across the state. It’s hard. But imagine moving to a completely new country! Mr. Jacobs, Destin, Sam, and Laura get ready to help some new neighbors move in to the neighborhood. (Scripture: Leviticus 19:34, Matthew 25, Luke 6:27, Romans 12:20, 1st Peter 3:9, Leviticus 19, and Luke 6:31)
Have you ever made cookies or something and they were such a hit that they disappeared before you could get any yourself? This almost happened to Mr. Jacobs when he and Rachel help Violet make pancakes and Olan helps eat them. Thankfully Mr. Jacobs sets aside a few for himself so he won’t go hungry. Just like, as he points out, God set’s aside things for Himself! (Scripture: Genesis 2:3, Exodus 25:8, Genesis 12, and 1st Corinthians 1:2)