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Mr. Phil Show
August 2, 2020
Lesson: Mr. Phil Show | Session 1 | Phillipians 1:1-2
Although we are not gathering at our church on Sundays, TC Kids is still
on! We wanted to make sure to provide you with an opportunity to do this Sunday’s lesson at home. Have fun with it! We love you and are praying for your family today!
The TC Kids Team
Use these questions to talk to your child about the message of Philippians. Then consider taking the So What? Challenge to incorporate this session’s message into your own life alongside your child’s.
“From Paul and Timothy, servants of Jesus Christ. To all of God’s holy people in Christ Jesus who live in Philippi.” (Philippians 1:1, ICB)
1. How many times does the word “fun” appear in the Bible? (Just once.)
2. What is in the Bible a lot that is even better than fun? (Joy.)
3. What is joy? (Deep happy. Hug happy, not cookie happy.)
4. Who wrote Philippians…and to whom did they write it? (Paul wrote Philippians. He wrote it to the Christians in Philippi.)
5. Have you ever ridden a ride at an amusement park all by yourself? How was that different than riding with friends?
Let’s Pray It Out
Parents, we want to encourage you to speak Life and the Word of God over your
family. We have found it makes all the difference! Pray the prayer below with yourfamily.
Dear God, help me use my gifts to serve others. Teach me to treat others how Iwould like to be treated and to love others like I love myself. It is better to give than to receive. Thank you for your love. I will serve my friends, my family and my world. In Jesus name, Amen.
For Your Child
Practice teaching your child about joy. Ask, “What does the Bible tell us is better than fun?” and every time he or she responds with “joy” give them a hug.
Where do you look for joy? Does your child see Christ as your joy? How should your answer frame the way you approach this study of Philippians?