Welcome to MCCC Kids Online! You can access all of the awesome material that you’d find at church right here! Here’s how you can enjoy these church videos and use the content provided as a family:
- Watch the video together.
Included are worship songs, animated Bible stories, teachings, and explanations of the Bible story.
- Discuss the Talk It Over Questions.
Questions will include conversations about the Bible story to allow you and your children to reflect on the biblical truth and share your thoughts about the video with each other.
- Download more tools, resources, and activities to go along with the video.
Included are coloring pages, craft or activity sheets, games, additional questions and ideas to engage with the Bible story further at home with your child.
TALK IT OVER
Acts Week 3: Philip and the Ethiopian
Hey parents! Use these questions as a guide to talk over this week’s lesson, Philip and the Ethiopian, with your child after they’ve watched the video service!
- What was your favorite part of the video we just watched?
- What is more powerful than science? The power of the Holy Spirit.
- Who is the Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit is the special helper God sent.
- Who is someone that you can share this story with and tell about God’s love, like Philip did in the Bible story?
- Pray with your child and thank God for his great power, the Holy Spirit. Because of the power of the Holy Spirit, you can share your love for Jesus with others.
CRAFT + COLORING SHEET
ACTIVITIES AND MORE!
Help your child create their very own soda explosion just like the one they saw Maddy do in Hahn’s Lab! With the classic combination of Diet Coke and Mentos, you and your kids will have a blast watching science come to life! This activity reminds us that when we experience Jesus’ love, we can’t help but overflow with it and share it with others.
Send your child their very own postcard from Hahn’s Skuppet science lab! Each week, you will be able to print out a postcard from Hahn, where he’ll remind them of the Bible story they saw in this week’s church service.
Get the family together for some friendly competition with this week’s wind power activity. Straws, cotton balls, and some tape are all you’ll need to create this new take on a racetrack. Your kids learned about wind power in this week’s church service, but this activity reminds us that nothing compares to the power of the Holy Spirit. Each week, you’ll also have new coloring pages and activity sheets to print out for your child!