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LCH Children’s Conversations—Time after Pentecost (May, June, and July) 2013

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 17—July 28, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: You all know the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus taught it to the disciples when they asked him how to pray. It’s an important prayer, but we pray at other times too. Prayer is just talking with God, and you are never too little or too old to talk with God. We can pray all the time, and God promises to hear us.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 16—July 21, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: In today’s Gospel story Jesus is talking with Mary, and her sister Martha is distracted by the housework. We often get caught up in all the activities and things in our lives. We need to put those aside and pay attention to the love of Jesus.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 15—July 14, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: Tanzania carving mentioned in sermonThis Tanzanian carving (at right, click on photo for a larger view) shows people holding each other up so the ones on top don’t fall. It represents a family supporting each other. You should think of yourself as being supported by your family and your friends. And at the same time, you are holding other people up. Even though you are small, you can encourage others, and here at church we all support each other.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 14—July 7, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: When a friend wants you to come to their birthday party, they invite you and welcome you at the door, and then you play games, eat cake, and open presents. Church is like that. God invites you and welcomes you at baptism. God feeds you with the bread of communion, and you get a present in the form of everyone here. You and everyone else at church are God’s gift to the world. We celebrate with God every week, so welcome to the party.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 13—June 30, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: This conch shell I have is hard and solid to protect an animal inside it. We have skeletons inside our bodies and homes to protect us, but some people also close themselves off and protect themselves with an invisible shell. But in today’s Gospel, Jesus calls us to take risks. We can be brave and answer that call because God is with us to protect us.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 12—June 23, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: When someone whispers, we have to be quiet to hear them. When we pray, we talk to God. In today’s first lesson, Elijah hears God’s voice in the silence. So when you pray, you should spend some time listening in silence to hear the voice of God.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 11—June 16, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Jeff Lilley
Summary: Here is the picture I drew of two people—one male and one female. Can you tell me which one is the disciple? Some people might think it has to be the male, but from today’s Gospel, we know that both men and women followed Jesus. So we all can be disciples.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 10—June 9, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: Today I have a book in which a mother talks about how much she loves her children, no matter what. God loves us that way and even more.

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Time after Pentecost • Lectionary 9—June 2, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: Our Day Camp starts tomorrow, so the leaders are here to teach you a song. It says, “Be bold! Be strong! For the Lord thy God is with thee.”

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The Holy Trinity—May 26, 2013

Preacher: Pastor Angela Freeman
Summary: Today is Holy Trinity Sunday, and that name is kind of confusing. This picture can help us understand the Trinity. The three different people show the three personalities of God. Each has a different color robe and shows a different role. Notice the space at the table that makes room for each of you to be present.

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