Maranatha Kids • 22-Mar-2022
www.maranatha.org - This week, we’re heading into central Kenya where we’ll meet a woman named Ann. She tells her testimony of how she first heard the story of Jesus Christ and His sacrifice for us, and how He inspired her to make a sacrifice of her own for her community.
Pre-video Discussion Questions
- What is the most valuable thing you own? And would you be willing to give it up to help others?
Introduce the Video
In today’s video, watch Ann’s story of how she first heard about Jesus.
Post-video Discussion Questions
- Why do you think Ann decided to give her land to the church?
- Imagine what it would be like for you to hear the story of Jesus for the first time today? What parts would inspire you? What parts would you have questions about?
- Is there a project or cause that you might want to give to?
- Gratitude for everyone who shares what they have to help others.
- Ask kids what they would add to the prayer list.
Did You Know?
- Charcoal is made by burning wood in a low oxygen environment, such as covering a wood pile with grass and dirt before setting the wood on fire. You’ll often see people making charcoal in villages, and then they will sell bags of it on the side of the road.
- About 80% of households on the African continent rely on charcoal for energy. They use it to cook and to heat their homes.
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