Jesus healed the blind man in two stages, so he could see! But it’s possible to be able to see clearly but still be blind to who Jesus is. How can that be? Lots of people today only clearly see things that don’t really matter and won’t last forever. They miss that Jesus is God’s Son!
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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.
Can you really 'see' Jesus?
In today's video, Nurse Left and Doctor Wright help Consultant Clutz when he can't see because he's lost his glasses. Consultant Clutz's problem is a bit like the blind man's in our Bible story - except this man can't see at all and glasses won't help.
Jesus healed the blind man in two stages, so he could see! But it’s possible to be able to see clearly but still be blind to who Jesus is. How can that be? Lots of people today only clearly see things that don’t really matter and won’t last forever: fame, being clever, being popular and having lots of money. They miss that Jesus is God's Son and saves us from our sin.
Suitable for 4-11 year olds, with age-appropriate variations.
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.
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