Instead of being united, Romulus Ratus and Epaphorditus argue about missing apple pies! Instead of worrying, we can rejoice and take all our worries to him in prayer.
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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.
How do we rejoice always?!
Instead of being united, Romulus Ratus and Epaphroditus argue about missing apple pies! They're so focused on their differences and anxious about Postman Petros leaving, that they're not kind to each other.
They remind Philippa of Euodia and Syntyche, who Paul writes to in his letter. They were so focused on their differences, but Paul reminded them that they were both working for God so could work together. Instead of worrying, they could rejoice and give their worries to Jesus in prayer.
Suitable for 4-11 year olds, with age-appropriate variations.
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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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