April 5, 2020

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Can you believe it’s almost Easter!!! This month we dive into a series called UPSIDE DOWN! Let’s face it, we live in a me-centered world, where most people act as if the world revolves around them. Figuring out how to be humble can be difficult. But we don’t have to figure this out on our own. When Jesus was on earth, He gave us the ultimate example of humility. Jesus is God, and He put that aside for us. Through His life and death, He also showed us how to serve others and put them first, which is exactly what we need to be doing these days! Hope you and your family can join us in our Grove Kids Sunday Videos as we look at life through this different UPSIDE DOWN lens.

-Pastor Clark and the Grove Kid Leaders.

Grove Kids | Sunday Notes

Don’t do anything only to get ahead. Don’t do it because you are proud. Instead, be humble. Value others more than yourselves. Philippians 2:3, NIrV

Put others first.

Humility—Putting others first by giving up what you think you deserve

I should treat others the way I want to be treated.

We start off the month in Matthew 26:36-56. Jesus had been with His disciples at a special Passover meal where He demonstrated service and humility as He washed their feet. Afterwards, Jesus lead them the garden to watch and pray. Jesus gave us an important lesson in humility as He prays to His Father, “Not my will, but Your will.” Jesus was soon arrested and put on trial to humbly face the darkest moments of His life.

Bottom Line: Put others first. As we look at some of Jesus’ last interactions with His closest followers, we pray that kids will understand the importance of putting others first. This isn’t always our initial response, but when we choose to show humility and put others first, we get to point others to Jesus.

Teaching our kids to put others first

How are we teaching our kids to put others first? Here’s a great article to give you some quick tips on how to do just that!

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