Share a High and Low from the past week.
Finish this sentence: " I Am...(noun)" --something that describes you, or how you are feeling right now.
Exodus 3: 13-14 The Divine Name Revealed
13 But Moses said to God, “If I come to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your ancestors has sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ what shall I say to them?” 14 God said to Moses, “I am who I am.” He said further, “Thus you shall say to the Israelites, ‘I am has sent me to you.’”
What do you think of God’s response of “I Am Who I Am”? What is God saying?
Do you think we learn more about God with this cryptic answer than we would have learned if the answer had just been “God”? Why is this? What is the difference between these two types of answers?
Dear God, thank you for bringing us here to this place. Help us to open our eyes, our ears, our minds, and our spirits to understand who you are and to know you. Please be with us as we draw near to you and closer to each other. In your Son’s
holy name, we pray. Amen.
(Name), just as God spoke to Moses, may God speak to you.
Share a high from the past week.
Share a low from the past week.
Parents/Guardians be sure to share as well!
6th Grade- Lesson 11- Luther- Did Martin Luther really call the Pope the Anti-Christ?
7th Grade- Lesson 11- Discipleship- Can someone lose their salvation?
8th Grade- Session 9: God's Kingdom
6th Grade- Would you rather get something as a gift, earn it, or get lucky? Why?
7th Grade- What kind of things feel like they get between you and God? Can you think of anything else we can't be separated from?
8th Grade- What does it mean for you to live out God's Kingdom?
Lord, be with us this week and help us to better understand your teachings in our lives and to see you at work in the world around us. Amen.
(Name), you are a Child of God! (As you say these words to each other, mark them with the Cross on the forehead, a reminder of your baptism)
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Weekly posts pertaining to the Confirmation Lessons for the week. A great way for families to have conversations of faith at home, on the road, or around a meal.