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AIM: This teaching series is all about helping children to understand the gospel message. It is based around the 4 Points (the4points.com). This teaching series was first used in Easter 2017 at Ivy Church in Manchester as part of a church wide series on the 4 Points. The 4 Points have given permission for Ministry Ark to produce this teaching series. We do not make a profit from advertising their merchandise.

 

4 POINTS MERCHANDISE:

all 4 Points merchandise is available at the4points.com

1. WRISTBANDS.

These wristbands come in all different colors and sizes! Perfect for handing to each child as a reminder of the teaching, or to encourage your kids to take one for a friend.

2. TSHIRTS.

The 4 Points tshirts are great for your team to wear as they teach the 4 Points series.

3. HOODIES.

The 4 Points hoodies come in different colors and sizes, available for adults and children.

4. TRACTS.

The gospel tracts that the 4 Points organisation uses are great for handing out to the kids as a little reminder of what has been taught. Yet they are also a great item to use for any outreach/ mission event that you might want to run alongside your teaching series.

SESSIONS:

1) GOD LOVES ME

The 1st Point of the 4 Points series uses the heart symbol to show children that God is love and He loves His children.

2) I HAVE SINNED (I’VE GOT IT WRONG)

The 2nd Point of the 4 Points series focusses on how we have sinned and all fall short of pleasing God. We are all in need of a Savior.

3) JESUS DIED FOR ME

The 3rd Point of the 4 Point series walks children through one of the passages in the bible that speaks of Jesus’ death. Children will understand what this means for their own lives.

4) I NEED TO DECIDE TO LIVE FOR GOD

The 4th Point challenges children to remember that they need to decide to live for God – it isn’t a given or something that they inherit. They must decide to follow Jesus for themselves.

 

Click here for the red ‘4 Points’ PowerPoint image

Click here for the black ‘4 Points’ PowerPoint image