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Start The Party: Feast of Booths. Deuteronomy 16:13-17.


June 9, 2024

K-3rd Grade






4th-5th Grade




Story Focus: In week 2, we see how God set aside times and rhythms for the Israelite people to reflect on and remember everything God had done for them. In Deuteronomy 16:13-17, we read about one celebration in particular called the Feast of Booths. We see in Scripture how God’s people celebrated this feast on several important occasions throughout their history!


Bottom Line: Make a habit of choosing joy. Whether it’s a birthday party, slumber party, or festive holiday, kids love celebrating with their family and friends! Just as those celebrations are a part of our everyday rhythm, we hope that kids will learn how to find moments of celebration throughout their lives that will help them remember what God has done for them


Key Question: How can you remember to be joyful? There’s nothing better than getting together with other people and celebrating everything that God has done—in your life and in the lives of the people around you. We hope this question allows kids to share ideas and think about ways they can make joy a part of their everyday lives.


Memory Verse: “ A cheerful heart makes you healthy but a broken spirit dries you up." Proverbs 17:22 NIRV.


Joy: Choosing to celebrate what God is doing.

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