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FULL GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S DIVISION CURRICULUM

BISHOP PAUL S. MORTON, SR.

PRESIDING BISHOP

OVERSEER CHRISTOPHER HARRIS

GENERAL OVERSEER

ELDER MICHAEL SCOTT

DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN

PASTOR LATRAVIATE D. BROWN

ASSISSTANT DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN

DR. KEVIN LEE

DIRECTOR OF YOUTH/CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

MINISTER TERRELL B. PUGH

DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION (CHILDREN'S DIVISION)

WELCOME TO THE FULL GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S DIVISION TEACHING TEAM!! Welcome to another year of learning fun for our young people. This year's theme is "Strategic Vision". This year we will encourage our children to not only see what God sees and how to get to their place of destiny, but also how to stay there. How do you fit into this plan? We have the privilege of being the "jump off" point to their journey. It is up to us help point them in the right direction by giving them sound wisdom and helping them to make wise choices for their individual lives. So as we prepare to teach, come ready to not only impart but be imparted into. Allow the lessons to minister to you first. Then, allow take what you have learned and teach it to your students ("passing the mantle"). Thank you for your time, talent and effort in this ministry. We appreciate your gifts and the kids will appreciate the love for what you do.

Miracles and Blessings, The Staff of FGBCF International Children's Division REMEMBER: OVERPREPARE!!! BE ENTHUSIASTIC!!! HAVE FUN!!!

Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Children's Division Theme: "Strategic Vision"

I. What Do You See? Jer. 1:5 A. Vision 1. Definition 2. Purpose B. How you "see" you C. How God "sees" you II. How Do You Get There? Jer. 1:7 A. The Journey B. The Place of Destiny III. How Do You Stay When You Arrive? Jer. 1:8 A. Keys to Staying in Position B. Guarding the "entry" gates 1. Eyes 2. Mouth 3. Ears

* Everyday there will be a section called "The Basics". This is foundational information that every child should know. Take a moment to teach these to the kids every day.

Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Children's Division Theme: "Strategic Vision"

Wednesday: Day1 : What Do You See? Part 1: Lesson- "I See It!" Part 2: Craft & Song- "I Can See Clearly Now" Goal: Students will be introduced to what vision is and the importance of perception. Outcome: The students will have an understanding of vision and how perception can shape our thoughts about ourselves and the future. Thursday: Day 2 : How Do You Get There? Part 1: Lesson- "I'm Walking!" Part 2: Craft & Song- "Walking" Goal: Students will go on a journey from vision to destiny. Outcome: Students will have a course of action to implement on their way to their purposed destinies. Friday: Day 3 : How Do You Stay When You Arrive? Part 1: Lesson- "Staying Power!" Part 2: Craft & Song- "Victory" Goal: Student will receive some valuable tools to successfully staying in their place of destiny. Outcome: Students will have been given some tools that will assist them in staying in the place they saw themselves in.

AGES 5-6 YEARS Day 1: What Do You See? * Prayer (Allow a student to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Before God made me, He knew me." Jer. 1:5 * Lesson: I See It! * Before we get into what we see, let's look at the obvious. How do we see? If we close them, can we see? * We have to always keep our eyes open. Sometimes, when God shows us a picture of what could be, He may do it while we are asleep in a dream or He may show us the way to get something done. That is called a vision. * Now, what is a vision? (seeing) An inspired dream. It's about being able to see what's going to be. A vision is seeing what God showing can happen in your life. *Teacher's give examples of what God will show them. These are suggestions. Use these or come up with your own.* *Playing nice with people that were or are mean to them *Getting a treat after behaving the way a teacher or parent has told them *Going to places that encourage what they want to be when they grow up * All of these ideas are visions. They are things that we see that are possible. God wants us to see what we can have and that's good, but what does God really want us to see? God really wants us to see us as He sees us. * Ask them the following and allow a few minutes for responses. How do you see yourself? How do you think God sees you? Does it match up? * Every day we have to see what God sees. You may feel bad about something you did yesterday or you may feel sick. However, you still have to believe

what God thinks about you and you have to believe what He said about you can be. * Craft Time: Sunglasses * Song Time: Sunshiny Day I can see clearly now The rain is gone I can see all the see all the good stuff in my way Gone is the bad stuff that had me down I see a bright, bright Sunshiny day!

AGES 7-8 YEARS Day 1: What do You See? * Prayer (Allow a student to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Before God made me, He knew me." Jer. 1:5 * Lesson: I See It! * Before we get into what we see, let's look at the obvious. How do we see? If we close them, can we see? * We have to always keep our eyes open. Sometimes, when God shows us a picture of what could be, He may do it while we are asleep in a dream or He may show us the way to get something done. That is called a vision. * Now, what is a vision? (seeing) An inspired dream. It's about being able to see what's going to be. A vision is seeing what God showing can happen in your life. *Teacher's give examples of what God will show them. These are suggestions. Use these or come up with your own.* *Playing nice with people that were or are mean to them *Getting a treat after behaving the way a teacher or parent has told them *Going to places that encourage what they want to be when they grow up * All of these ideas are visions. They are things that we see that are possible. God wants us to see what we can have and that's good, but what does God really want us to see? God really wants us to see us as He sees us. * Ask them the following and allow a few minutes for responses. How do you see yourself? How do you think God sees you? Does it match up? * Every day we have to see what God sees. You may feel bad about something you did yesterday or you may feel sick. However, you still have to believe

what God thinks about you and you have to believe what He said about you can be. * Craft Time: The Mask Give each student the following: Mask, Markers/Crayons (You can also use glue and glitter) * Allow each student to decorate the mask like they want to represent what they see. * Song Time: Sunshiny Day I can see clearly now The rain is gone I can see all the see all the good stuff in my way Gone is the bad stuff that had me down I see a bright, bright Sunshiny day!

AGES 9-10 YEARS Day 1: What do You See? * Prayer (Allow a student to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Before God made me, He knew me." Jer. 1:5 * Lesson: I See It! * Before we get into what we see, let's look at the obvious. How do we see? If we close them, can we see? * We have to always keep our eyes open. Sometimes, when God shows us a picture of what could be, He may do it while we are asleep in a dream or He may show us the way to get something done. That is called a vision. * Now, what is a vision? (seeing) An inspired dream. It's about being able to see what's going to be. A vision is seeing what God showing can happen in your life. *Teacher's give examples of what God will show them. These are suggestions. Use these or come up with your own.* *Playing nice with people that were or are mean to them *Getting a treat after behaving the way a teacher or parent has told them *Going to places that encourage what they want to be when they grow up * All of these ideas are visions. They are things that we see that are possible. God wants us to see what we can have and that's good, but what does God really want us to see? God really wants us to see us as He sees us. * Ask them the following and allow a few minutes for responses. How do you see yourself? How do you think God sees you? Does it match up? * Every day we have to see what God sees. You may feel bad about something you did yesterday or you may feel sick. However, you still have to believe

what God thinks about you and you have to believe what He said about you can be. * Craft Time: The Mask Give each student the following: Mask, Markers/Crayons (You can also use glue and glitter) * Allow each student to decorate the mask like they want to represent what they see. * Song Time: Sunshiny Day I can see clearly now The rain is gone I can see all the see all the good stuff in my way Gone is the bad stuff that had me down I see a bright, bright Sunshiny day!

AGES 11YEARS Day 1: What do You See? * Prayer (Allow a student to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Before God made me, He knew me." Jer. 1:5 * Lesson: I See It! * Before we get into what we see, let's look at the obvious. How do we see? If we close them, can we see? * We have to always keep our eyes open. Sometimes, when God shows us a picture of what could be, He may do it while we are asleep in a dream or He may show us the way to get something done. That is called a vision. * Now, what is a vision? (seeing) An inspired dream. It's about being able to see what's going to be. A vision is seeing what God showing can happen in your life. *Teacher's give examples of what God will show them. These are suggestions. Use these or come up with your own.* *Playing nice with people that were or are mean to them *Getting a treat after behaving the way a teacher or parent has told them *Going to places that encourage what they want to be when they grow up * All of these ideas are visions. They are things that we see that are possible. God wants us to see what we can have and that's good, but what does God really want us to see? God really wants us to see us as He sees us. * Ask them the following and allow a few minutes for responses. How do you see yourself? How do you think God sees you? Does it match up? * Every day we have to see what God sees. You may feel bad about something you did yesterday or you may feel sick. However, you still have to believe

what God thinks about you and you have to believe what He said about you can be. * Craft Time: The Mask Give each student the following: Mask, Markers/Crayons (You can also use glue and glitter) * Allow each student to decorate the mask like they want to represent what they see. * Song Time: Sunshiny Day I can see clearly now The rain is gone I can see all the see all the good stuff in my way Gone is the bad stuff that had me down I see a bright, bright Sunshiny day!

AGES 5-6 YEARS Day 2: How Do You Get There? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "God said to go and speak." Jer. 1:7 * Lesson: I'm Walking! * Now that the vision has been made clear, it's time to get moving. To do that, we have to answer a question. Where are we going? How do we get there? It's time to take a journey. * What is a journey? It's like going from one place to another until you get to where you are headed to. It's like this. Let's say we are all on our way to the soda machine downstairs. Your journey has to have a start. What is the first thing we do? We line up What is the next thing? Go downstairs What is the last thing? Walk until we see the soda machine * That is how we get to where we are going. We know what we want to be when we grow up, but there is a journey and it is different for everyone. There will be bumps in the road to make you think you won't make it. Some may have it easy. They might not have to do a lot to get there. Other people will have to go through so much stuff that they may start to think they will never be what they see. Going on the journey will take you to where you are going in life. Stuff will happen to make you not believe what God has shown you. DO NOT LET IT!! Follow God and the journey He puts you on. * Craft: With Our Feet

* Song Time: Walking by Mary Mary (You can teach just the chorus or the whole song. Teacher's Choice)

Tell me what you see when I pass by Shadow a cloud or a line in the sky Am I getting it wrong or am I getting it right Well all I can take it one, one step at the time [Chorus] Look at me I'm trying Every day I fall down Make mistakes Get back up Try again Next time that See me I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking Some people say walking takes too long But I say with walking you can't go wrong Why should you rush all way through life? You won't get very far running all the time [Chorus] [Bridge] What does my life say about me Can anyone see Does it show I rock with the greatest? I can't get back the time I spent Use the rest of it to show all the world how I made it [Chorus]

AGES 7-8 YEARS Day 2: How Do You Get There? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "God said to go and speak." Jer. 1:7 * Lesson: I'm Walking! * Now that the vision has been made clear, it's time to get moving. To do that, we have to answer a question. Where are we going? How do we get there? It's time to take a journey. * What is a journey? It's like going from one place to another until you get to where you are headed to. It's like this. Let's say we are all on our way to the soda machine downstairs. Your journey has to have a start. What is the first thing we do? We line up What is the next thing? Go downstairs What is the last thing? Walk until we see the soda machine * That is how we get to where we are going. We know what we want to be when we grow up, but there is a journey and it is different for everyone. There will be bumps in the road to make you think you won't make it. Some may have it easy. They might not have to do a lot to get there. Other people will have to go through so much stuff that they may start to think they will never be what they see. Going on the journey will take you to where you are going in life. Stuff will happen to make you not believe what God has shown you. DO NOT LET IT!! Follow God and the journey He puts you on.

* Craft: The Journey Map Provide each student with the following: 1 Sheet of Cardstock paper 1 Sheet of Yellow Construction paper 1 Occupation Sticker Pencils, markers and/or crayons Glue (sticks or bottles) Step 1: Have each student cut the yellow construction paper into rectangles Step 2: Have them to glue them across the pages. Make it look like hills (this is like the "yellow brick road"). Step 3: Ask them to draw what it would take to get to their destination. * Draw eyes, at the beginning, because they have to see it * Going up & down the hill, draw feet because of the journey Step 4: Give them a sticker to put at the end of their journey * Song Time: Walking by Mary Mary (You can teach just the chorus or the whole song. Teacher's Choice)

Tell me what you see when I pass by Shadow a cloud or a line in the sky Am I getting it wrong or am I getting it right Well all I can take it one, one step at the time [Chorus] Look at me I'm trying Every day I fall down Make mistakes Get back up Try again Next time that See me I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking Some people say walking takes too long But I say with walking you can't go wrong Why should you rush all way through life? You won't get very far running all the time [Chorus]

[Bridge] What does my life say about me Can anyone see Does it show I rock with the greatest? I can't get back the time I spent Use the rest of it to show all the world how I made it [Chorus]

AGES 9-10 YEARS Day 2: How Do You Get There? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "God said to go and speak." Jer. 1:7 * Lesson: I'm Walking! * Now that the vision has been made clear, it's time to get moving. To do that, we have to answer a question. Where are we going? How do we get there? It's time to take a journey. * What is a journey? It's like going from one place to another until you get to where you are headed to. It's like this. Let's say we are all on our way to the soda machine downstairs. Your journey has to have a start. What is the first thing we do? We line up What is the next thing? Go downstairs What is the last thing? Walk until we see the soda machine * That is how we get to where we are going. We know what we want to be when we grow up, but there is a journey and it is different for everyone. There will be bumps in the road to make you think you won't make it. Some may have it easy. They might not have to do a lot to get there. Other people will have to go through so much stuff that they may start to think they will never be what they see. Going on the journey will take you to where you are going in life. Stuff will happen to make you not believe what God has shown you. DO NOT LET IT!! Follow God and the journey He puts you on.

* Craft: The Journey Map Provide each student with the following: 1 Sheet of Cardstock paper 1 Sheet of Yellow Construction paper 1 Occupation Sticker Pencils, markers and/or crayons Glue (sticks or bottles) Step 1: Have each student cut the yellow construction paper into rectangles Step 2: Have them to glue them across the pages. Make it look like hills (this is like the "yellow brick road"). Step 3: Ask them to draw what it would take to get to their destination. * Draw eyes, at the beginning, because they have to see it * Going up & down the hill, draw feet because of the journey Step 4: Give them a sticker to put at the end of their journey * Song Time: Walking by Mary Mary (You can teach just the chorus or the whole song. Teacher's Choice)

Tell me what you see when I pass by Shadow a cloud or a line in the sky Am I getting it wrong or am I getting it right Well all I can take it one, one step at the time [Chorus] Look at me I'm trying Every day I fall down Make mistakes Get back up Try again Next time that See me I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking Some people say walking takes too long But I say with walking you can't go wrong Why should you rush all way through life? You won't get very far running all the time [Chorus]

[Bridge] What does my life say about me Can anyone see Does it show I rock with the greatest? I can't get back the time I spent Use the rest of it to show all the world how I made it [Chorus]

AGES 11 YEARS Day 2: How Do You Get There? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "God said to go and speak." Jer. 1:7 * Lesson: I'm Walking! * Now that the vision has been made clear, it's time to get moving. To do that, we have to answer a question. Where are we going? How do we get there? It's time to take a journey. * What is a journey? It's like going from one place to another until you get to where you are headed to. It's like this. Let's say we are all on our way to the soda machine downstairs. Your journey has to have a start. What is the first thing we do? We line up What is the next thing? Go downstairs What is the last thing? Walk until we see the soda machine * That is how we get to where we are going. We know what we want to be when we grow up, but there is a journey and it is different for everyone. There will be bumps in the road to make you think you won't make it. Some may have it easy. They might not have to do a lot to get there. Other people will have to go through so much stuff that they may start to think they will never be what they see. Going on the journey will take you to where you are going in life. Stuff will happen to make you not believe what God has shown you. DO NOT LET IT!! Follow God and the journey He puts you on.

* Craft: The Journey Map Provide each student with the following: 1 Sheet of Cardstock paper 1 Sheet of Yellow Construction paper 1 Occupation Sticker Pencils, markers and/or crayons Glue (sticks or bottles) Step 1: Have each student cut the yellow construction paper into rectangles Step 2: Have them to glue them across the pages. Make it look like hills (this is like the "yellow brick road"). Step 3: Ask them to draw what it would take to get to their destination. * Draw eyes, at the beginning, because they have to see it * Going up & down the hill, draw feet because of the journey Step 4: Give them a sticker to put at the end of their journey * Song Time: Walking by Mary Mary (You can teach just the chorus or the whole song. Teacher's Choice)

Tell me what you see when I pass by Shadow a cloud or a line in the sky Am I getting it wrong or am I getting it right Well all I can take it one, one step at the time [Chorus] Look at me I'm trying Every day I fall down Make mistakes Get back up Try again Next time that See me I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking I'm walking Some people say walking takes too long But I say with walking you can't go wrong Why should you rush all way through life? You won't get very far running all the time [Chorus]

[Bridge] What does my life say about me Can anyone see Does it show I rock with the greatest? I can't get back the time I spent Use the rest of it to show all the world how I made it [Chorus]

AGES 5-6 YEARS Day 3: How Do You Stay When You Arrive? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Don't be afraid of people's faces." Jer. 1:8 * Lesson: Staying Power! * Well, we here! We made it!...Now how do we stay here? How do I dig my feet down in the ground and make roots? Here are some keys to having staying power. * There are 5 things that we have to maintain that will help us remain where we've gotten to. 1) EYES We have to be careful about what we watch. Cartoons like South Park and Family Guy are not good. They have bad language and the images they show aren't good either. We also have to be careful about what we see in church. Things may happen that don't make sense (give some examples). Ask your mom and dad to understand. 2) EARS Our ears are how we what? Let's make sure we aren't garbage cans. We don't want to listen to people talk about people or make fun of other people. 3) MOUTH It's not what goes into out mouth that makes it dirty, but it's what comes out. We can't talk about people in a bad way. If we can't say something nice, we should keep our mouths closed. We shouldn't tell lies. We don't want people to get in trouble for something they didn't do. We don't use bad words either. We use our mouths to: * say nice things about people * sing songs of praise to God * speak kind words

4) MIND We have to protect the think tank! Our minds are where our visions and dreams live. We have to be careful what we allow to enter our think tanks. Don't be fooled. Just because we didn't say it or do it doesn't mean we didn't think it. Jesus said that thinking it is just as bad as doing it. So, let's do what the bible says and think about good, lovely and wonderful thinks. Those things will help us to stay focused. NO STINKIN' THINKIN'!! 5) ACTIONS Watching what we do with what we see, hear, say and think can either get us in, or keep us out of, a lot of trouble. We can't always act on everything. We can't always act on everything. We have to make sure when we do something it's for the right reasons. * Craft Time: The Bible * Song Time: Oh Be Careful

O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little ears what you hear There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little hands what you do O be careful little hands what you do There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little hands what you do

O be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mind where you think There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mind where you think

O be careful little mouth what you say O be careful little mouth what you say There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mouth what you say

AGES 7-8 YEARS Day 3: How Do You Stay When You Arrive? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Don't be afraid of people's faces." Jer. 1:8 * Lesson: Staying Power! * Well, we here! We made it!...Now how do we stay here? How do I dig my feet down in the ground and make roots? Here are some keys to having staying power. * There are 5 keys that we have to maintain that will help us remain where we've gotten to. 1) EYES We have to be careful about what we watch. Cartoons like South Park and Family Guy are not good. They have bad language and the images they show aren't good either. We also have to be careful about what we see in church. Things may happen that don't make sense (give some examples). Ask your mom and dad to understand. 2) EARS Our ears are how we what? Let's make sure we aren't garbage cans. We don't want to listen to people talk about people or make fun of other people. 3) MOUTH It's not what goes into out mouth that makes it dirty, but it's what comes out. We can't talk about people in a bad way. If we can't say something nice, we should keep our mouths closed. We shouldn't tell lies. We don't want people to get in trouble for something they didn't do. We don't use bad words either. We use our mouths to: * say nice things about people * sing songs of praise to God * speak kind words

4) MIND We have to protect the think tank! Our minds are where our visions and dreams live. We have to be careful what we allow to enter our think tanks. Don't be fooled. Just because we didn't say it or do it doesn't mean we didn't think it. Jesus said that thinking it is just as bad as doing it. So, let's do what the bible says and think about good, lovely and wonderful thinks. Those things will help us to stay focused. NO STINKIN' THINKIN'!! 5) ACTIONS Watching what we do with what we see, hear, say and think can either get us in, or keep us out of, a lot of trouble. We can't always act on everything. We can't always act on everything. We have to make sure when we do something it's for the right reasons. * Craft Time: The Power Box Each student will need: A treasure box Markers/crayons 5 paper keys Step 1) Allow the students to decorate the boxes Step 2) Give each student a scripture or some positive reinforcement that matches each key (ex. Mouth: I will say only good things today.) Step 3) Have them to put the keys in the box * Song Time: Oh Be Careful (Let them make it their own; a rap, jazzy,etc.)

O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little ears what you hear There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little hands what you do O be careful little hands what you do There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little hands what you do

O be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mind where you think There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mouth what you say O be careful little mouth what you say There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mouth what you say

AGES 9-10 YEARS Day 3: How Do You Stay When You Arrive? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Don't be afraid of people's faces." Jer. 1:8 * Lesson: Staying Power! * Well, we here! We made it!...Now how do we stay here? How do I dig my feet down in the ground and make roots? Here are some keys to having staying power. * There are 5 keys that we have to maintain that will help us remain where we've gotten to. 1) EYES We have to be careful about what we watch. Cartoons like South Park and Family Guy are not good. They have bad language and the images they show aren't good either. We also have to be careful about what we see in church. Things may happen that don't make sense (give some examples). Ask your mom and dad to understand. 2) EARS Our ears are how we what? Let's make sure we aren't garbage cans. We don't want to listen to people talk about people or make fun of other people. 3) MOUTH It's not what goes into out mouth that makes it dirty, but it's what comes out. We can't talk about people in a bad way. If we can't say something nice, we should keep our mouths closed. We shouldn't tell lies. We don't want people to get in trouble for something they didn't do. We don't use bad words either. We use our mouths to: * say nice things about people * sing songs of praise to God * speak kind words

4) MIND We have to protect the think tank! Our minds are where our visions and dreams live. We have to be careful what we allow to enter our think tanks. Don't be fooled. Just because we didn't say it or do it doesn't mean we didn't think it. Jesus said that thinking it is just as bad as doing it. So, let's do what the bible says and think about good, lovely and wonderful thinks. Those things will help us to stay focused. NO STINKIN' THINKIN'!! 5) ACTIONS Watching what we do with what we see, hear, say and think can either get us in, or keep us out of, a lot of trouble. We can't always act on everything. We can't always act on everything. We have to make sure when we do something it's for the right reasons. * Craft Time: The Power Box Each student will need: A treasure box Markers/crayons 5 paper keys Step 1) Allow the students to decorate the boxes Step 2) Give each student a scripture or some positive reinforcement that matches each key (ex. Mouth: I will say only good things today.) Step 3) Have them to put the keys in the box * Song Time: Oh Be Careful (Let them make it their own; a rap, jazzy,etc.)

O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little ears what you hear There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little hands what you do O be careful little hands what you do There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little hands what you do

O be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mind where you think There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mouth what you say O be careful little mouth what you say There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mouth what you say

AGES 11 YEARS Day 3: How Do You Stay When You Arrive? * Prayer (Allow one of the students to pray) * The Basics *What is Full Gospel? A fellowship *Who is the presiding bishop? Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. *What is the vision of Full Gospel? To change a generation *What do we believe? Salvation through Jesus Christ * Memory Verse (Encourage the kids to remember the book, verse and scripture) "Don't be afraid of people's faces." Jer. 1:8 * Lesson: Staying Power! * Well, we here! We made it!...Now how do we stay here? How do I dig my feet down in the ground and make roots? Here are some keys to having staying power. * There are 5 keys that we have to maintain that will help us remain where we've gotten to. 1) EYES We have to be careful about what we watch. Cartoons like South Park and Family Guy are not good. They have bad language and the images they show aren't good either. We also have to be careful about what we see in church. Things may happen that don't make sense (give some examples). Ask your mom and dad to understand. 2) EARS Our ears are how we what? Let's make sure we aren't garbage cans. We don't want to listen to people talk about people or make fun of other people. 3) MOUTH It's not what goes into out mouth that makes it dirty, but it's what comes out. We can't talk about people in a bad way. If we can't say something nice, we should keep our mouths closed. We shouldn't tell lies. We don't want people to get in trouble for something they didn't do. We don't use bad words either. We use our mouths to: * say nice things about people * sing songs of praise to God * speak kind words

4) MIND We have to protect the think tank! Our minds are where our visions and dreams live. We have to be careful what we allow to enter our think tanks. Don't be fooled. Just because we didn't say it or do it doesn't mean we didn't think it. Jesus said that thinking it is just as bad as doing it. So, let's do what the bible says and think about good, lovely and wonderful thinks. Those things will help us to stay focused. NO STINKIN' THINKIN'!! 5) ACTIONS Watching what we do with what we see, hear, say and think can either get us in, or keep us out of, a lot of trouble. We can't always act on everything. We can't always act on everything. We have to make sure when we do something it's for the right reasons. * Craft Time: The Power Box Each student will need: A treasure box Markers/crayons 5 paper keys Step 1) Allow the students to decorate the boxes Step 2) Give each student a scripture or some positive reinforcement that matches each key (ex. Mouth: I will say only good things today.) Step 3) Have them to put the keys in the box * Song Time: Oh Be Careful (Let them make it their own; a rap, jazzy,etc.)

O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little ears what you hear There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little ears what you hear O be careful little hands what you do O be careful little hands what you do There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little hands what you do

O be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mind where you think There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mind where you think O be careful little mouth what you say O be careful little mouth what you say There's a Father up above And He's looking down in love So, be careful little mouth what you say

Thank you for your diligence, gifts and talents in working with the children's ministry of the Full Gospel Fellowship. Our children are essential to the future of not just the fellowship, but to the Body of Christ as well. It is important that we stay full of the Word so that we can continue to impart the Word of God into them. Special thank to Sis. Edna Varnado, who provided the crafts section and special gifts for the five and six year old class. Thanks again to those that we involved in teaching and aiding. See you next year!!

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