How do people know? (Children’s sermon, Phil. 1:27-30)

If you saw me walking with a bat, ball, and mitt, you might think I was on my way to baseball practice or a game. How would people know you’re a Christian? It’s not because we carry around Bibles. It’s because of our attitudes and actions.

Children’s sermons are often object lessons done more for the benefit of adults than for children. Nancy Ruth takes a different approach. She believes that children can live for Christ right now, not just when they’re older. With that in mind, Nancy looks for ways to connect the main idea of the sermon to a child’s world so they can live it out too.

These videos are filmed for Nancy Ruth’s church. Feel free to take these ideas and adapt them to your own context.

Watch more videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKtyN…

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May God bless you, your family, and your church as you seek to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ in all you say and do.

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Edited by Nancy Ruth of Parent Road Ministries.

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