Sunday, September 29, 2019

29 September 2019

Toddler Class
Coach Ochie
Asst. Adeline

Primary Class 1-6

Coach Angelina
Coach Samantha

Coach Joel
Coach Nicho
Coach Shawn



Get ready 5 slips of paper and write/draw (big enough for the class to see):

·         a type of food

·         a glass of water

·         a T-shirt

·         Bible

·         a pack of tissues.

Explain that these items represent our needs: food, water, clothes, God’s word and comfort when we are sad (when we cry, people offer us tissues to wipe our eyes and nose).

Ask for a volunteer to pick one piece of paper and not show it to the class. Now ask the class to guess which one he/she picked. Then show it to the class. Repeat this.

Even though our friends may not know what we need, God always knows our needs.

STORY : JESUS FEEDS THE 5000 (Mark 6 : 30-44)

Last week, we learnt about how Jesus raised Jairus’ daughter from the dead. Today we will hear about how Jesus fed a lot, a lot of people.

Jesus and his disciples were in a very busy place. There were so many people that he and his disciples did not even have time to eat. He said to them, “Come with me. We will go to a quiet place to be alone and get some rest.”

So Jesus and his disciples in a boat to a place where no one lived. But many people saw them leave and recognized them. So people from every town ran to the place where they were going and got there before Jesus. As Jesus stepped out of the boat, he saw a large crowd waiting. He felt sorry (had compassion) for them, because they were like sheep without a shepherd to care for them. So he taught the people many things.

It was now very late in the day. Jesus’ disciples came to him and said, “No one lives around here, and it is already very late. So send the people away. They need to go to the farms and towns around here to buy some food to eat.”

But Jesus answered, “You give them some food to eat.”

They said to Jesus, “We can’t buy enough bread to feed all these people. We would all have to work a month to earn enough to buy that much bread!”

Jesus asked them, “How many loaves of bread do you have now? Go and see.”

They counted their loaves of bread. They came to Jesus and said, “We have five loaves of bread and two fish.”

Then Jesus said to them, “Tell everyone to sit in groups on the grass.” So all the people sat in groups.

There were about 50 or 100 people in each group.

Jesus took the five loaves and two fish. He looked up to the sky and thanked God for the food. Then he broke the bread into pieces, which he gave to his disciples to distribute to the people. Then he divided the two fish among everyone there.

They all ate until they were full. After they finished eating, the disciples filled twelve baskets with the pieces of bread and fish that were left. There were about 5000 men there who ate.

Jesus performed a miracle! It was not possible to feed 5000 men with the food prepared for one boy. From five loaves and two fish, Jesus provided enough food for 5000 men. Do you know there were women and children there. If they were counted as well, Jesus fed more than 5000 people and there were 12 baskets of leftovers!


What does it mean for us?

Jesus is our provider

Jesus knows what we need. Even though the people didn’t ask, Jesus saw that the people needed God’s word so He taught them many things. When it was getting late and the people were hungry, instead of sending them off to buy their own food, He provided food for all of them and everyone ate until they were full.

No one asked or expected him to provided food for them. The Bible says in Matthew 6:8 “….your Father knows what you need before you ask him”.

Jesus provides more than enough

Even with more than 5000 people, Jesus provided so much food that there were 12 baskets of leftovers. Remember that we have a loving, generous Father who hears our prayers and he can do much, much more than anything we can ask or think of. (Ephesians 3:20)


Jesus is our bread, our provision

God knows that all of us need food, water and clothing. But most of all, God knew that we needed a Savior.

God provided Jesus to die for us on the cross so that we can have life to the full, a good life. In John 6:35, Jesus said “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty”. Whoever who put his trust in Jesus has all that he needs because he has Jesus. Psalm 23:1 “The LORD is my shepherd. I have everything I need”.


Ask the children whether there are any of them who hasn’t accepted Jesus yet and invite them to accept Jesus as their Savior. If any, pray with them to receive Jesus.



Get the kids into small groups. Ask them to share their needs and pray with them, reminding that God is able to provide for their needs.


Sunday, September 22, 2019

22 September 2019

Toddler Class
Coach Susan
Asst. Laila

Primary Class 1-3

Coach Lily Bun

(Asst. Trista)

Primary Class 4-6
Coach Swanky


STORY : JESUS GIVES LIFE (Mark 5 : 21-42)

Last lesson, we learned about a woman who had been bleeding for 12 years. When she touched Jesus, He was actually on His way to see a little girl.

This little girl was 12 years old, and she was very sick.

Her father’s name was Jairus. He was a synagogue leader — a ruler of the synagogue.

Even though he was an important man, when his daughter was sick, he knew that only Jesus could help.

So the moment Jesus got off the boat, Jairus fell at his feet and pleaded earnestly with him. “My little daughter is dying. Please come and put your hands on her so that she will be healed and live.”

Jairus knew that Jesus had the power to heal his daughter, and he believed that she will be healed. This is called faith.

Jesus went with him. Along the way, He was “interrupted” by the woman who was bleeding for 12 years.

For Jairus, it must have an anxious time because Jesus stopped to talk to the woman while his daughter was dying.

But perhaps his faith was strengthened when he heard the woman’s testimony.

But then some people came from Jairus house and said, “You daughter is dead. Why bother the teacher anymore?”

To these people, Jesus was just a “teacher”.

Jesus assured Jairus, “Don’t be afraid; just believe.”

Jesus brought Peter, James and John with him to Jairus’ house.

At the house, there were many people crying and wailing loudly.

Jesus said, “Why all this commotion and wailing? The child is not dead but asleep.”

But the people laughed at him.

Jesus put the people out of the house, leaving only his disciples and Jairus and his wife. They went into the room where the girl was lying.

Taking her by the hand, Jesus said to her, “Talitha Koum!” (which means, “Little girl, I say to you, get up!”

Immediately, the girl stood up and began to walk around.
Jesus told those present not to let anyone know about this and to give the girl something to eat.


Speak out in Faith

When all hope was gone, this woman had faith that Jesus could heal her. She confessed it with her mouth, “If I just touch His clothes, I will be healed.”

Like the woman who was bleeding for 12 years, Jairus also spoke out in faith when he said, “Please come and put your hands on her so that she will be healed and live.”

When the woman who was bleeding interrupted Jesus, when the people from Jairus’ house told him that his daughter was dead, when the wailers and mourners were crying in the house … despite these circumstances, Jesus still called Jairus to believe in Him.

When all hope seems gone, no matter what we are going through, we can continue to speak in faith and believe in Jesus. We can hear what Jesus said, “Don’t be afraid; just believe.”

Jesus is Life. Jesus gives Life.

Jesus is Lord over everything, even death!

Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. (John 14:6)

He took our death on the cross so that we can have His eternal life in all its abundance. (John 10:10)

Jesus’ life is in us, and we are Jesus’ boys and girls.

When we believe in Jesus, we can enjoy this eternal life with Jesus even now.

Death is not the end. Even when our physical bodies give way, we can still enjoy this life forevermore.

Let’s pray: Thank you Jesus that when we are faced with difficult situations, You are there with us. When things seem hopeless, You call us not to fear and to believe in You. Help us to learn to trust You more each day and to speak life and faith, according to Your promises. In Your name, I pray Amen.



We are Jesus’ beloved children. 
We can receive Jesus’ life when we believe in Him.

Get the kids into small groups to share about areas in which they need Jesus’ life. Speak forth God’s blessings and power into their lives



Word Search

CRAFT: Girl Finger Puppet

Print out the pix below on card/paper. Get kids to colour. Help them to cut out the holes for the fingers to go through as the girl’s legs.

Write the words: 
“Jesus came to give me abundant life (John 10:10)” on the dress.

SONG: For it is by Grace (Revision from Camp)

Sunday, September 15, 2019

15 September 2019

Toddler Class
Coach Carrie
Asst. Ruth

Primary Class 1-3

Coach Daniel
(Asst. Dedy)

Primary Class 4-6
Coach Shawn
(Asst. Nicho)



Who touched me?

Have the children sit in a circle. One person sits in the middle and is blindfolded. Children will take turns as the teacher quietly points to each one, to go to the child in the middle and TOUCH that children and quietly run back to the circle. Then the blindfold can be removed and the child can try to guess who TOUCHED him/her. If he guesses it correctly, then that child goes to the middle to be blindfolded, etc.

Touch the Teacher

Blindfold the teacher and let children take turns touching the teacher’s back. The teacher will have to guess what part of the child's body touched the teacher's back — such as a finger, a nose, an elbow, a toe, an ear, etc!

The kids can also be the ones to guess who touched them.


Last lesson, we learnt about Jesus delivering the evil spirits out of a man in Gerasenes.

After Jesus left and came back to the other side of the lake, He was quickly summoned to heal a little girl who was dying.

A big crowd followed Jesus as He walked. In the crowd was a woman.

The Bible doesn’t put her name, but we know that she had been bleeding for 12 years. How many of you are 12 years old? 12 years is a long time to be bleeding.

Besides the discomfort and pain she might have been going through, this woman had to keep away from society, as she was bleeding and considered “unclean”.

Do you remember who else were considered “unclean” in Jewish society? Lepers

This woman went to many doctors. She spent a lot of money. But instead, she got worse! Nobody could heal her.

But she heard there was someone who could heal her — Jesus.

So even though she was not supposed to be out in public, she decided to go see Jesus. She thought to herself, “If I just touch His clothes, I will be healed!”

So she crept up behind Jesus and touched the edge of His long cloak.

Immediately, her bleeding stopped! And the woman knew that she had been completely healed.

Even though there were so many people around Him, Jesus also realised something had happened. He turned around and asked, “Who touched me? I know that power has gone out from me.”

The woman knew she couldn’t hide. She came and fell at Jesus’ feet. And she told Him and everyone there what had happened to her. She testified how God had healed her.

Then Jesus said to her, “Daughter, your faith has healed you. Go in peace.”


Jesus is our Hope

When all hope is gone, this woman had faith that Jesus could heal her. She confessed it with her mouth, “If I just touch His clothes, I will be healed.”

We, too, can exercise faith in what we say. Speaking out God’s truth and promises, even when things may seem hopeless, builds up our faith to focus on Jesus, instead of our problems.

We, too, can reach out in faith and receive our healing and miracle.

Jesus Transforms

When we meet Jesus, we cannot remain the same. We will be transformed.

Healing takes place.

We are given a new identity — no longer just “woman” but “daughter”.

We have His peace.

Like the woman, all that is left for us to do is to tell others what God has done for us.

Jesus Bled so We don’t have to Bleed

On the Cross, Jesus died for us. His blood flowed down and washed away all our sins. Jesus bled and died … so we, like the woman, don’t have to bleed, and we can live forever with Him.

Let’s pray: Thank you Jesus that a touch from You is all we need. You have the power to heal us. You have the power to make us Your sons and daughters. Thank you for loving us and working in us. In Your name, I pray Amen.



We are Jesus’ beloved children. We can reach out to touch Him in faith and receive His transforming power in our lives.

Get the kids into small groups to share about areas in which they need Jesus’ touch. Speak forth God’s blessings and power into their lives


Fill in the Blanks

Word Search


Sunday, September 8, 2019

08 September 2019

Toddler Class
Coach Ochie
Asst. Ruth & Tesa

Primary Class 1-3

Coach Iwan

(Asst. Shevica)

Primary Class 4-6
Coach Dewi
(Asst. Leesia)



Last week, we learned that Jesus liked to tell stories to the people. What are these stories? Parables.

What parable did we learn? The Parable of the Sower.

Who can name the 4 types of soil the sower sowed in? Pavement/Hard soil; Rocky soil; Thorny soil & Good soil.

What happened to the seed that went into the Good soil? Grew and bore fruit 30, 60, 100 fold.

Which soil do we want to be? Good soil.

How do we become good soil? Listen to Jesus’ words and believe in it.

(Mark 4:35-41)

Jesus was teaching the people these parables from a boat on the Lake of Galilee.

After a full day of teaching, Jesus told his disciples, “Let us go over to the other side of the Lake of Galilee.”

So they took off in the boat.

As they sailed, Jesus fell asleep in the boat. He was lying down on a cushion.

Suddenly, there was a thunderstorm. The wind howled. The waves roared and crashed over the boat.

The disciples — many who were seasoned fishermen — were frightened as their boat began to fill with water. They thought they were going to sink!

They rushed to Jesus and woke Him up, “Teacher, don’t you care if we drown?”

Jesus rose up. He scolded the wind and the waves, “Quiet! Be Still.”

And do you know what happened? The wind stopped howling. The waves stopped roaring. And there was complete peace. Incredible!

Jesus turned to his disciples, “Why are you so afraid? Do you still have no faith?”

They were terrified and asked each other, “Who is this? Even the wind and the waves obey him!”


Jesus has Authority

We’ve learned that Jesus has authority over sickness and death. Today we see that Jesus also has authority over nature — even the winds and the waves obey Him. Isn’t Jesus powerful?

Jesus Cares

The disciples rushed to Jesus and woke Him up, “Teacher, don’t you care if we drown?” These disciples had seen Jesus work His miracles. Yet when a storm came, they doubted Him.

We need to be the good soil — we need to be firmly rooted in the love of Jesus so we know, for sure, how much He loves us … and we will not doubt His love every time problems and challenges come.

Jesus is in our Boat

Challenges and problems in life, they seem like the strong winds and big waves. It may seem like our boat is flooded, and that we’re going to sink and drown.

Remember: Jesus is in the boat with us. And if He’s in the boat, we will never sink. Nothing is too difficult for Him. All we have to do is to have faith in Him and trust Him.

If you are going through a difficult time now at home or at school, remember Jesus is there with you always. The winds and waves may be big, but Jesus is much, much bigger. We can speak with His authority into whatever situation we are in and see it calm down.

Jesus is our Peace

Another interesting thing to note: Jesus slept through the storm. He wouldn’t have woken up if the disciples had not called him. He was in perfect peace.

Being a Christian doesn’t mean our lives will never have problems. Jesus did tell us that in this world, we will have trouble. But when we have Him in our lives, we have His perfect peace.

And even if there’s a huge storm, we can still rest in Him, knowing He will bring us through.

Let’s pray: 
Thank you Jesus that You are in the boat with me. I do not have to be afraid of the wind or waves. I can trust in You, and You will carry me through. In Your name, I pray, Amen.


Jesus is powerful, and Jesus is in our Boat. We can rest in Him.

Get the kids into small groups to share about the storms they face in their lives. Pray for Jesus’ peace to fill each of them.

SONG: With Christ in the Vessel, we can smile at the storm

WORSHIP: Still (Hide me now)

 WORSHIP: Refuge (with sign language)