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LCH Children’s Conversations—Easter 2011

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Pentecost—June 12, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s lesson we hear how the Holy Spirit came in a mighty wind on the first Pentecost. Wind doesn’t seem like much, but look at this empty balloon. Right now it isn’t worth much, but if I blow wind into it, it become much more interesting. If I just tie it up, it will gradually deflate and not be good for anything again. But when I let go. It flies around and gives the gift of joy. It’s the same with the spirit. It brings joy when we let it go.

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Ascension of Our Lord (transferred)—June 5, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Diane Martinson-Koyama
Summary: Today is Ascension Sunday, and we remember when Jesus went up to heaven and left us as his messengers. There are many ways we can be messengers so that people know how much God loves them.

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Easter VI—May 29, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Phyllis Hormann
Summary: I know I was baptized even if I don’t remember it. That’s a special bath when you are washed all over in God’s love. It would feel really good. And at the same time, God sends the Spirit to help us share that love with others in many different ways.

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Easter V—May 22, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Phyllis Hormann
Summary: If I asked you where your home is, you might tell me it’s where your Mommy is. Or you might even say it’s in your Mommy’s lap. Because of the relationship we have with God, we have another home with God. God wants to welcome us to that home in God’s lap.

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Easter IV—May 15, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: If a someone called to you while you were playing and said to behave, you would probably think she was talking to someone else. But if she called you by name, you would pay attention. In today’s Gospel, Jesus says sheep respond to a shepherd who knows their names. God loves us so much that he calls us by name and calls everyone of us his beloved children.

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Easter III—May 8, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s Gospel story, two disciples are walking away from Jerusalem, and they meet Jesus. He asked what they were talking about and gave them a Bible study explaining everything. They were excited, but they did’t recognize Jesus until he broke the bread at dinner. Then they knew who he was. I have said many times that Jesus is always with us, but we may not recognize him until we break the bread at communion. Then we know that Jesus is present.

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Easter II/Earth Day Sunday—May 1, 2011

Preacher: Jim Sullivan

Children’s conversation not recorded for technical reasons.

Easter Sunday—April 24, 2011

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: You found lots of eggs during the Easter Egg hunt before worship, but I want you to find one more egg fro me around the altar. When I open this egg, it’s empty. Usually when you find an empty present, you’re not happy, but the empty tomb of Easter is a great gift. We have another gift today. Do you remember how we hid the “Alleluia” on the First Sunday of Lent? Let’s go find it. This “Alleluia” reminds us that Christ is risen for each of you.

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