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LCH Children’s Conversations—Easter 2010

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Pentecost—May 23, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: Today is Pentecost, when we celebrated the gift of the Holy Spirit and the birthday of the church. We should be happy, so let’s sing. Through the Spirit, God helps us do lots of things we never expect. We never know what God will do for us in the Spirit.

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Easter VII—May 16, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s lesson from Acts, Paul is put in prison. He prays, there is a big earthquake, and he goes free. Remember that you can pray when you are scared and when you are happy. And you can use the prayer we hear in the lesson from Revelation: “Lord Jesus, come!”

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Easter VI—May 9, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s Gospel, we hear Jesus getting ready to leave the disciples. They had been together a long time, so Jesus left them the paraclete—that’s another word for the Holy Spirit—to keep them company. I’m going to give you this paper to fold. It doesn’t matter how you fold it, because it will always work as a fan and blow the wind of God around in your life.

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Easter V—May 2, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Katy Grindberg
Summary: You probably have rules at home. You may think the just keep you from having fun, but they help you and keep you safe. In today’s Gospel, Jesus give the most important rule of all—love people. This can be hard, but Jesus lives in our hearts and can help us.

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Easter IV—April 25, 2010

Preacher: Peter Flachsbart
Summary: Today is Earth Day Sunday. The Earth gives us many important things so we can live. We need to protect the Earth and our environment.

The recording of today’s children’s conversation is not available for technical reasons.

Easter III—April 18, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Fritz Fritschel
Summary: In today’s Frog and Toad story, Frog secretly rakes up leaves for Toad, and Toad secretly rakes up leaves for Frog. The wind blows all the leaves back, but they are still happy because each one did something for his friend.

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Easter II—April 11, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s Gospel, Jesus says three times, “Peace be with you.” Peace can mean many things, but Jesus is taking about shalom, the peace that comes through God’s love. Jesus is saying “God loves you all so much that I came back to be with you.”

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Easter Sunday—April 4, 2010

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: Today is a very important day, so I brought my bag of important things to show you. Is this orca the right symbol? or this Teddy bear? No, this empty cross is the perfect symbol for Easter because it reminds us that God loves us every day.

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