In our third week in our heaven and hell series, we focus on this poignant story within the Scriptures of Jesus now focusing on the internal makeup of us, human beings. Hell is not fundamentally a place you go after you die. Hell, in very real ways, lives within us and Jesus wants to free us from this!
Let's encourage one another by taking the time to paint messages of hope and forgiveness on our garden rocks, then why not leave it in a public places for others to see. In this time of chaos and uncertainty, a message of hope could be all that people need to see. Click below to download our rock painting instructions and alternative activities.
Rock painting instructions
Colouring sheet 1
Colouring sheet 2
Colouring Sheet 3
Pointing fingers wordsearch
Pointing fingers decoder
Pointing fingers crossword
Introducing Snap Shot Sarah! Snap Shot Sarah will be taking us through our Intergenerational activities this summer.
Last week, we saw that Jesus was born, lived, died and rose to literally to "get hell out of you and the world!" Today, we focus on the "one in control" of heaven and also the "one in control of" hell. Jesus clarifies both for his listeners and us today.
Click here to watch our latest service and see which statement was a lie.
Download our extra activities below:
Do you wonder about Heaven and Hell? Do you have questions... How do I get to heaven and avoid hell? Is heaven the "good place" and hell the "bad place" as we often think of it and was depicted in a popular TV show a few years ago? Will people in hell be tortured for all of time? How can a good God allow for hell?
Simply put, heaven is "when God breaks into your reality!" as Dallas Willard said. Conversely, hell is when God is absent from your reality.
Today, we are looking at how can we get heaven in and hell out of us and our world!
Try these fun activities to help you follow Pastor Jeff in this series.
Paper Lantern Craft (Instruction video below! Or in May 30th service)
Bible Memory Verse 1
Bible Memory Verse 2
Colour by Sight