Walk The Walk

I pray that every family had a blessed Mother’s Day!

It was another great day in the house of the Lord yesterday. The spirit really moved, and it was great to worship together with brothers and sisters.

If you didn’t hear Jerry’s sermon, click here. In our time together yesterday, we jumped into Titus who was on the island of Crete. Paul had great instructions for Titus as he led this church.

In Kids Worship, we did not focus much on the instructions for older women…However, we did talk about what it looks like to live for Jesus. Here are the Conversation Starters:

  • If they play a sport, ask them what position they play. If they play an instrument, ask them what instrument they play. Pick a hobby that they like and ask them about their role (baseball: pitcher, play piano: musician, drawing: artist, etc.).
  • Take whatever role they play, and ask them if they would call themselves something different. (Say something like this: “If you are a pitcher, would you call yourself a right fielder?” The answer should be “no” to this question.)
  • Did you know that as a Christian, you have to Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk?
  • To Talk the Talk means that you must tell the truth about what you are. If you are a Christian, you must say you are a Christian. Have you ever had the opportunity to share the Gospel with someone? (If so, ask them about this experience. If not, that is ok. Encourage them to talk to someone this week.)
  • To Walk the Walk means that we must live in a way that shows what we are. If we say we are a Christian, you must do what? Live like it, right?
  • How do you live like a Christian?
  • Read Titus 2:11-14
  • Did you know that the Gospel has changed us???
  • What is the Gospel? (Have them explain it to you. If they can’t, then you can explain it to them.)
  • How do we live like the Gospel has changed us?

Enjoy! Also, feel free to adjust these questions to best fit your situation!