Wedding at Cana
Computer Workshop Lesson Suggestion
Summary of Lesson Activities:
Uses the Life of Christ CD.
- Read the scripture ahead of time.
- Gather the materials.
- Explore the software.
Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction:
Greet the children and introduce yourself.
Open with a prayer.
Dig-Main Content and Reflection:
- Explain the day's lesson and pose this question: How is God's Kingdom like a party?
- Insert CD and select “New Exploration”. The explorer types his/her name to start exploring!
- Click on the Question Mark to show exploration opportunities.
- Click on Lesson Indexes.
- Click on Section Title “Introducing the Son of God”.
- Click on Section title: “New Wine out of Water”, John 2:1-11.
- The story will be told.
- Have the explorers take the quiz at the end of the lesson.
Here are some suggested follow up questions: (provided by Neil MacQueen)
- Name some types of parties. (Birthday, wedding, St Patricks Day, etc.)
- What is a "party"? Define it.
- What do you need for a party?
- How do you decide who is invited? Are there people you don't want to invite? Why?
- What could ruin a party?
- Is it possible to live your life like your life is one big party? How could you do that?
- How is our church like a party? Not like a party?
- In John 2, right at the beginning of his ministry, Jesus went to a party and performed a SIGN, a miracle that said, "God's Party is On!"
- What is God's Party? (We're working on the Wedding/Banquet Feast image here described by the prophets and by Jesus).
- Who is invited to God's Party?
- Where does it take place?
- What does God want you to "clothe yourself" with at his party?
- What does God want you to BRING to his party?
- How should people act at God's Party?
- How should you invite others to God's Party?
Write and invitation to God's party on stock card paper.
- Describe the time, place, what to wear/bring, and HOW a person "RSVP'S" to God's Party.
End with a prayer.
Posted by member Kathy Smit
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