Jesus was more than just a man.
He was more than just a teacher.
He was more than a prophet.
Jesus is Lord.
It's our job as parents, teachers, and pastors to make sure kids understand just how special he is.
The seven “I AM” Statements of Christ from the Book of John are our best teaching tool.
The statements are clear, poetic, and give kids insight into who Jesus was and why it is of the utmost importance that they believe in him.
The "I Am" Statements of Christ Lesson Pack …
In this powerful resource, you get lessons, games, crafts and activities that give kids a much deeper understanding of Christ himself.
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Defending Jesus is Getting to Be More & More Difficult in Today’s Society …
Todays world is increasingly secular.
People are wanting to remove “In God We Trust” from our coinage and “so help me God,” from military oaths.
It’s as if people are being led to believe that God either doesn’t exist or that He has no distinctive or knowable character.
This new lesson pack is designed to give kids the knowledge and tools they need to defend the deity of Christ.
Kids are not expected to respond to every battle, or even to many, but we should want them to know the truth so that they will not be worn down by the anti-Jesus sentiment growing like bacteria in our culture.
Jesus was and is the Only Begotten Son of God the Father – which is something the I Am statements in the Bible make clear.
Jesus is divine … He is the Messiah … He did ascend from God the Father, while everyone else on planet Earth arose from Earthly fathers who were born under the Fall of Man.
The I Am statements are among the passages where Jesus spoke of himself in these ways and by learning them now your students will be prepared to face the doubts and questions of an ever-increasing secular society in the future.