“Even Though I’m Small, Part 1” is a 30-minute 0–5 lesson plan that focuses on people and children God used in the Bible. God can use anyone, even if you feel small and unskilled. Don’t limit what God can do through you.
Watch “Little Things.”
Read “With God’s Help, Part 1.” You might want to include reading a children’s Bible story about each of these characters to refresh the children’s memory about each one. You’ll find the reference for each story in a box on each page if you want to read the stories from the Bible.
Discuss how each of the children and people God used in the stories in this article helped to make a difference to others through what they did. Explain how God doesn’t look at a child and think he or she is too small or young to be of help, rather He wants everyone to do what they can to help others and lift one another up.
Watch “Too Big.”
Talk about what it means to be “too big.” Sometimes you can act too big when you think you are better than other people or you know more than everyone else. This makes it harder for other people to play or work with you because you always think you know best. It also can make it harder for God to use you to show kindness or care to others because you are too focused on yourself.
Read “Little Things Matter.”
Explain that everyone has something that can be used to help others, and often it is not a showy or amazing skill, but those things that are kind, thoughtful, and helpful to others. Ask the children for examples that come to mind.
Memorize Philippians 4:13.
Color one of the pages from “Coloring Book: With God’s Help, Part 1.”
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