Children’s Moment for September 20, 2020

Detectives Charla Holmes and Chubby Watson are back at it this week with a slippery case that might drive you bananas! Get out your magnifying glass and decoder to solve the case. The clues are endless so you’ll need your Bible to crack the code.

Children’s Ministry is excited to learn how to be more like the Fruit of the Spirit. Lesson resources can be accessed from our website at

Kindness Coloring Sheet
While you are coloring, think of all the ways others are kind to you. How do you feel when someone is kind to you? Who can you be kind to?

Clothe Yourself in Coloring Page
After you color this, can you give it to someone who could use a smile? Maybe someone on our church prayer list.

Random Acts of Kindness Printable Notes
Who needs a special note this week? How many people can you think of? Have fun being kind to others this week. Being kind to others makes God so happy.

Be the Rainbow in Someone Else’s Cloud
Color this rainbow with your favorite markers or decorate this one with dot ark markers or stickers. Who can you be a hopeful rainbow to this week? If someone is feeling sad, you might just be able to offer them some hope.

Showing Kindness Everyday
It is important for children to see that kindness creates more kindness. It is a chain. When we are kind to someone, it not only makes that person feel good, but it makes us feel good, too. The more kind acts we do, the kinder our entire world becomes. Can you do any of these things to be kind? Can you think of other ways too?

Thinking of YOU
Wanna know a secret? A kind gesture is often free, simple to do, and takes just a moment. Let someone know you are thinking of them with a small gesture. To get you started, here are some ideas-decorate someone’s driveway with chalk art; leave a sticky note with a sweet note on someone’s car, in their room, in their mailbox; send a sympathy card to someone grieving; write an overdue thank you note. How can you be kind to others?

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