Monthly Big Idea
Jesus wants to be my friend forever.
“Jesus said, ‘Come follow me.’” Matthew 4:19, NCV
Paul Becomes a Believer
Paul meets Jesus on his way to Damascus, and his life is changed forever.
Ananias Helps Paul
Jesus sends Ananias to help Paul regain his sight.
Peter Goes to the House of Cornelius
Jesus teaches Peter to love everyone, so Peter tells Cornelius about Jesus. Then Cornelius brings more people to hear about Jesus too.
An Angel Helps Peter Escape from Prison
The Lord sends an angel to lead Peter out of prison, where he joins his friends who are praying.
ENGAGE IN EVERYDAY MOMENTS TOGETHER
When you go into your child’s room, say: “Good morning, [child’s name]! Jesus loves you so much, and He wants to be your friend forever.”
While on the go, look for lights. Talk about how Jesus used a very bright light to make Paul stop and listen to Him. Jesus wanted Paul to be His friend forever.
Cuddle with your child and pray: “God, thank You for sending Jesus to be our friend forever.”
As you bathe your child, sing the following words to the tune of “The Wheels on the Bus”: “Jesus wants to be my friend forever, friend forever, friend forever. Jesus wants to be my friend forever. For ever and ever!”