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Pet Project: Bigger Barns, Luke 12:13-21

January 14, 2024

K-3rd Grade

4th-5th Grade

Story Focus: In week 2, we head to Luke 12:13-21, where we find a parable Jesus told about a rich man who was focused on the wrong thing. This man was a successful farmer whose land produced a large amount of crops. He decided to build bigger and bigger barns to collect it all. The man might have had a lot for himself, but he failed to think about how he could have helped the people around him

Bottom Line: Share what you have. Sometimes we’re on the receiving end of someone’s generosity . . . but other times we get to show responsibility by sharing and being generous to others. When we realize that God has given us everything we have, we’re more likely to share with other people. We pray that as kids learn more about the parable of the rich man, they’ll discover ways they can be responsible by sharing what they have.

Memory Verse: “Suppose you can be trusted with something very little. Then you can also be trusted with something very large.” Luke 16:10a, NIRV

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