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LCH Children’s Conversations—Time after Pentecost (October and November) 2013

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Christ the King—November 24, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: Today is Christ the King Sunday. You may never have seen a king, but you know what one looks like. Jesus is a very different kind of king. Instead of a gold crown, Jesus wore a crown of thorns. God could have said no, but Jesus suffered on the cross to show us God’s love. Our lesson this Sunday is that God loves us that much.

This week’s children’s conversation did not get recorded for technical reasons.

Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 33—November 17, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: If you heard that the earth was going to come to an end, you might cry out in fear. In today’s Gospel, that’s what people are saying, and Jesus tells them not to worry because God promises to be with us always. When we hear about something like the recent disaster in the Philippines, we can pray and send money. God promises to be with them and with you.

This week’s children’s conversation did not get recorded for technical reasons.

Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 32—November 10, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: You come to church for many reasons—for cookies, to see friends, and to learn about God. The most important thing we learn about God is that God loves us.

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All Saints Sunday—November 3, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: Today is All Saints Sunday, so do you know what a saint is? I used to think saints were old men in robes, but I found this picture of some modern saints. If you look closely, you’ll see they are all people of LCH—include some of you! You are all saints because God loves you.

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Reformation Sunday—October 27, 2013

No separate children’s conversation this Sunday.

Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 29—October 20, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: When I was very young, I begged my parents for a bicycle, and they finally got tired of my asking and got one for me. It’s like today’s Gospel story. Jesus is talking about prayer and telling us it is OK for us to ask God over and over because God wants to know what is in your hearts and because God loves us all.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 28—October 13, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: There are many candles around the Nave, but there is one up high in the back that is always lit. It shows that God is always with us. You may have a nightlight at home, and this is like our nightlight to remind us of God’s presence.

Listen to this children’s conversation.

Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 27—October 6, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary:In today’s Gospel, Jesus is talking about faith. He had just given his disciples a list of difficult things to do, and did not think they could do them, so they asked Jesus to increase their faith. Jesus said if they had faith as big as a little mustard seed, they could do anything. If you trust, love, and believe even that much, you can do anything. It’s like a a seed that comes from a flower and grows into a new flower. And you are all like the flower that the seed of faith grows in.

This week’s children’s conversation did not get recorded for technical reasons.

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