Professor Wendy Wise and Stu Dent take a look at the book of Job in God’s Big Book of Wisdom. Sometimes, even when we live God’s way, our life can be very hard. But Job shows us that God is good and worth following even when life is hard and bad things happen to us.
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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 you react when something terrible happens?
In today's video, Professor Wendy Wise and Stu Dent take a look at the book of Job in God's Big Book of Wisdom, the Bible. In this book, we learn that bad things can happen to good people, like Job.
Sometimes, even when we live wisely and live God’s way, our life can be very hard. But Job also shows us that God is good and worth following even when life is hard and bad things happen to us. God wants us to trust in him through tough times and good times.
Suitable for 4-11 year olds, with age-appropriate variations.
Related Bible Reference
Links to the episodes included in the series bundle are below. The Bible passages give an indication of what will be covered – some weeks will be a broad overview, others will go into more detail.
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