February 24th Update

Good afternoon everyone!

I want to send a huge thank you to all our volunteers and leaders for our Wednesday nights King’s Kids program. It is such a blessing to have so many people here on Wednesdays and last night it was even more obvious for me as I was at home sick. I also know that there are several of you who were or are home sick with your children. Praying for all of you and your health!

Mark your calendars! Friday May 6th we are hosting a family event here at King of Glory! As we continue to get closer to the 6th keep your eyes peeled for more information!! 

Wednesday night recaps:

Pre-Kind – This week in the younger classroom our kids continue to learn about the mission and Gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus has come to proclaim His message to all people, revealing that the good news He has is for people of all nations through Faith in Jesus Christ. Looking at the story of Jesus and the Samaritan woman (John 4:4-26, 39-42), we see that there was a clear separation from Jew’s and Samaritans that was well know at the time. Still, through the interaction with Jesus and this woman, we learn that Jesus has come to bring salvation for all people. The separation and differences will be put aside. This is great news for us as we hear that God’s salvation is for us as well! Jesus has come to make it possible for us to be sons and daughters of God!

1st-5th Grade: This week our kids had their second week of our Cooperation theme – working together to get more done than we can do alone. This week our kids learned that we can work together to help someone else succeed. Learning from Exodus 17:8-13, we see that Moses even needed help at times. And through the help of Aaron and Hur Moses was able to keep the staff raised up allowing his people to win the war. Often times, I think we forget that it is ok to ask for help. We are not required to be the best or able to do everything alone. Working with others can bring a much great success than trying to do everything on our own. Ecclesiastes 4:9 “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil”. 

As we continue to go through these two curriculum with our kids here at King of Glory, please continue to pray for our kids, our leaders, volunteers, and for one another.

If there are any questions, or if you would like to know more about what we are going through on Wednesday nights please feel free to contact me anytime.

Blessings

Doyle Burnside

doyle@kingofglorysf.org

605-310-2561