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Eggstravaganza for Kids

Eggstravaganza for Kids

Saturday, March 26 @ 11a @ Hayward Wesleyan Church …a very large Easter Egg Hunt …a very moving story about Jesus …a very fun time! Parents, please come and enjoy this time together with your children. Check out last year: source Vimeo

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Old Promise / New Promise // Main Street

Old Promise / New Promise // Main Street

This past Sunday in Main Street we concluded the second volume of the “What’s in the Bible?” curriculum. We have travelled from the beginning of the Bible in Genesis and have went to the end of Exodus. This curriculum goes quickly through the Bible. Every now and then we will pause and help the students cement some of the things we are learning (kind of slow down the process to make sure they are catching all that’s being thrown at them… it’s a lot, but they are doing really well!). Here’s what we engaged with this past Sunday: Second Half

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Exodus // Main Street

Exodus // Main Street

Story of Exodus Review: God made the world and made humans to take care of it and live in relationship with Him. Adam and Eve broke the trust and nothing has been the same since. The book of Genesis ends with God launching his big rescue plan. What is God rescuing us from? Sin and what it does to us. Stain of sin. Sin separates us from God. God wants to wash the stain of sin off of us. Power of sin. Sin has a way of whispering in our ears and getting us to do more sin. Sin takes

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Canon & Abraham’s Descendents // Main Street

Canon & Abraham's Descendents // Main Street

This week in Main Street, the “What’s in the Bible?” curriculum did a recap of the previous week’s stories by singing a song called: Hallelujah, Look What God Can Do! Watch it here: Canon The curriculum paused in a sense and spent some time emphasizing how the books of the Bible were selected. A rule or standard (canon) was prepared to select books. In the Old Testament (OT), the canon was determined by Jewish leaders and it contained the stories of Israel from prophets, priests, and kings. The OT or Hebrew Bible (TaNaK) was set by 140 BC. The New

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Abraham // Main Street

Abraham // Main Street

The students were introduced to 3 new words: Salvation: the act of saving; rescue from harm/danger; save someone who needs help; part of God’s rescue plan Redemption: to buy; to pay off a ransom; have your dept paid so you can be free; to obtain the release of someone by paying Patriarch: the male head of a family (the female head of a family would be a matriarch) Genesis 12-50 is called “Patriarchal History” and it’s about 4 male heads of an emerging family: Abraham Isaac Jacob Joseph Abraham God launched his rescue plan (salvation) to redeem (buy back, obtain

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Review Volume 1 of “What’s in the Bible?” // Main Street

Review Volume 1 of "What's in the Bible?" // Main Street

This Sunday we paused on the “What’s in the Bible?” curriculum to cover the stories more in depth. Four Stories from Genesis 1-11 (Primeval History) Creation (Genesis 1-2) We walked through the 7 days of creation and what happened on each day. It’s interesting that Genesis 1 is written poeticly and rhythimcally. Day 1 is light and darkness separated, and Day 4 introduces the sun, moon, and stars to fill the light and darkness. Day 2 is the separation of the expanse of the sky and the water, and Day 5 introduces birds to fill the sky and sea creatures

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Genesis and Primeval History // Main Street

Genesis and Primeval History // Main Street

This is what the Main Street students learned this past week (heads-up: it was a lot!): Genesis and Primeval History The book of Genesis has 50 chapters in it. It is broken up into two parts. The first part is chapters 1-11 and this is called: “Primeval History” which means the story of the first age. It tells the story of who and the where. The Bible tells us the story of our world. We know our world to be a broken world. The question is: Why? Genesis 1-11 explains the world we live in as well as why it’s

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Who Wrote the Bible? // Main Street

Who Wrote the Bible? // Main Street

This past Sunday in Main Street, the students interacted with the question: Who wrote the Bible? Good question, right? Well, some kids in the video gave some possible answers to that question. Here are some of their thoughts: lots of people who love Jesus only one maybe two people nobody lots of writers the disciples Nehemiah and David Moses prophets and apostles some people who listened to God and write down what he says God’s word is inspired, which means that God didn’t write the Bible himself, but he “breathed into” (gave life) to human authors who wrote God’s messages

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Skate City Trip // September 2015

Skate City Trip // September 2015

Sunday, September 20, 2015 12:30-5:00p $10 Skate City in Rice Lake, WI More info: This event is for children and their families.  Participants can include those who come to Followers, Main Street, and any other families who would like to attend. We are providing a bus to transport us down to Rice Lake.  We plan to leave the church at 12:30p and be back around 5p.  The cost to ride the bus and go to Skate City is $10 per person (this includes the bus cost as well as admittance to Skate City).  Please meet in the Main Street Theatre

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What’s in the Bible? // Main Street

What's in the Bible? // Main Street

This past Sunday we kicked off another new year of Main Street @ Hayward Wesleyan Church. As a number of you are aware, we have decided to immerse ourselves in a curriculum called: “What’s in the Bible?” which takes children on a chronological journey of the Bible. We are hoping that it will be a helpful and an intentional catechism (structured theological teaching) of sorts where students will learn the story of God and what He’s done for us. My goal for the next two years is to keep parents informed about what their children are learning each week. The

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