Jesus SHOCKED everyone when he chose to go and preach to different people, rather than stay and heal sick people. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be made better. But it’s important we see that the most important thing to God is that we know and love him, not our own health, wealth or happiness.
Ministry use licence
Quality children’s ministry package, including an engaging video, games, group teaching and discussion notes, parents’ notes, craft and activity to run a complete session for 4-11 year olds.
Do you want to know Jesus - or just get stuff from him?
In today's video, Nurse Left tells us about a time Jesus healed a woman. The next day, the disciples woke up to huge crowds of sick people queuing for healing by Jesus. Jesus did a very surprising and shocking thing. He chose to go and preach to different people, rather than stay and heal these people.
There's nothing wrong with wanting to be made better. But it's important we see that the most important thing to God is that we know and love him, not our own health, wealth or happiness. Healing is great but it only leads to happiness now. Preaching (telling people God’s good news) is more important because it leads to happiness forever.
Suitable for 4-11 year olds, with age-appropriate variations.
Related Bible Reference
The package resources include:
Download Episode 1’s resources as an example of what’s included with each episode.
If you’re running the JC Hospital series over a term, our bundle series discount offering 27% off would be ideal for you.
Jude's Sunday Gang is a children's ministry resource that has grown out of local churches working together to provide fun, practical and Biblically thorough children's group materials for hard-pressed leaders who want to serve their church family.
This video is available for use online or offline in the context of your ministry/ministries (e.g. church service, children’s/youth group, small group, Bible study, school assemblies and lessons). By purchasing this video, you are purchasing a license to use and show it in the context of your specific situation (unless otherwise noted, this excludes uploading it by itself to social media).